Is she minding her own business? As her relationship with Channing Tatum continues to make news, Zo Kravitz posted a not-so-cryptic statement with her Instagram followers.
On Thursday, September 2, the High Fidelity star, 32, tweeted, “Don’t forget to pretend to have your s–t together for strangers on the internet today x.” “Why are we like this tho [sic]?” Kravitz said in the caption.
In the comments area, Evan Rachel Wood and Zoe Saldana concurred, each adding a slew of emojis to support the lighthearted message.
Kravitz was caught getting cozy with Tatum, 41, in New York City in August before heading upstate with him on a low-key trip. The duo is now officially a couple, according to Us Weekly.
Last month, a source stated, “Channing and Zo are dating.” “They each thought the other was cool, fun, and attractive, but they were never single, so they never acted on it.”
The two met on the set of Kravitz’s directorial debut, Pussy Island, and “things went passionate fast,” according to the insider. “They have a lot in common; they’re both really active people who enjoy outdoor sports and spending time in nature. They both work in Hollywood, but they also enjoy getting away from it all, which is why the [recent] upstate escape was ideal for them.”
The Big Little Lies alum finalized her divorce from Karl Glusman only days before Us announced the couple’s relationship status. The now-ex-couple started dating in 2016 and married two years later. After 19 months of marriage, the couple declared it quits in December 2020.
During a May 2020 interview on the “Armchair Expert” podcast, Kravitz raved about the New York native, 33, saying, “I feel like I’ve known him my entire life.” “He is without a doubt one of the nicest persons I’ve ever met. He’s one of the most honest persons I’ve ever met, and despite not knowing him, I feel as if I’ve known him since I was a child. There’s this bond between us that feels as though we’ve always known one other and lived together. It doesn’t feel like a strange situation… It appears that we have a history.”
For his part, the Magic Mike star was recently linked to Jessie J. The twosome officially split in April 2020 after more than a year of on-again, off-again dating. Tatum previously married Jenna Dewan, his co-star in the film Step Up, in 2009. One year before they were formally proclaimed single, the former spouses announced their split in April 2018.
Everly, Tatum and Dewan’s 8-year-old daughter, is the couple’s only child. In March 2020, the Soundtrack actress and her fiancé, Steve Kazee, welcomed their baby Callum.