OUR SUPRISE ROMANCE
WHO|August 23, 2021
AFTER FINDING LOVE DOWN UNDER, RITA ORA AND TAIKA WAITITI MAKE THEIR RELATIONSHIP OFFICIAL WITH A RED CARPET DEBUT
Sara Tapia

They may have been caught in a steamy three-way kiss with actress Tessa Thompson earlier this year, but Rita Ora and Taika Waititi have confirmed they are definitely just a twosome – making their debut as a couple at The Suicide Squad premiere on August 2.

Stepping out on the red carpet in Los Angeles with their arms intertwined, the singer, 30, and Oscar-winning director, 45, appeared utterly smitten with each other. Posing for a few snaps, the pair kept close as they made their way into Regency Village Theatre to watch Waititi play Ratcatcher, a former exterminator-turned-villain, in the movie. They later enjoyed more time together at the premiere’s afterparty, where they were snapped hanging out with pal Kate Beckinsale. “They were very affectionate on the red carpet,” an onlooker said of the pair at the event. “It seemed they wanted to make it known that they’re definitely serious about each other.”

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