Gomez, whose most notable exes include Justin Bieber and The Weekend, reportedly spent time with the Miami Heat star in New York City, where she is filming an upcoming Hulu show.
Are Selena Gomez and previous Chicago Bulls All-Star Jimmy Butler the leisure world’s freshest new couple?
If you outline a “couple” as a couple that has been on some informal dates, then yes.
A supply near the pop big name advised E! News that Gomez has spent time with Butler “some times.”
Rumors commenced to swirl after a sighting of the pair eating together fueled hypothesis on social media. Gomez, 28, whose relationship existence regularly makes headlines, (incredible exes consist of Justin Bieber and The Weeknd) reportedly hung out with the 31-year-vintage Miami Heat big name in New York City, wherein she has been filming the approaching Hulu show “Only Murders withinside the Building.”
“Jimmy requested her to visit dinner and that they had a extremely good time,” the supply advised E! “It’s very informal and she’s open to seeing wherein matters go, however isn’t settling down simply yet.”
Unlike Gomez, Butler’s romantic existence has stayed in the main out of the spotlight, minus his quick public feud with former teammate Dwyane Wade over a flirtatious comment Butler published on a risqué Instagram image of Wade’s wife, actress Gabrielle Union.
Butler changed into with the Bulls from 2011-2017 earlier than Chicago traded the versatile, two-manner participant to the Minnesota Timberwolves in the course of withinside the 2017 offseason, seeking to boost up a rebuild that the group continues to be running on.
The All-Star swingman helped lead the Miami Heat to the NBA Finals this beyond season withinside the Orlando bubble. In 20 publish season video games Butler averaged 22.eight points, 6.five rebounds, 6.zero assists and published a triple double in NBA Finals video games three and five.
Earlier this year, he teased a probable go back to the group, pronouncing Chicago is “nonetheless is domestic for me.”
“It’s a specific possibility — perhaps closer to the end of my career.”