Cara Delevingne and Halsey 'hooking up' after exes start dating

Cara Delevingne and Halsey are reportedly ‘hooking up’ – months after their exes got together.

Cara, 28, split from girlfriend of two years Ashley Benson in April, while Halsey, 25, has been linked to Yungblud and Evan Peters since her break-up from G-Eazy in 2018.

And while Ashley and G-Eazy have been pictured packing on the PDA in recent weeks, it seems Cara and Halsey have also been dating behind the scenes.

According to The Sun, the pair have been ‘hooking up’ while both in Los Angeles and while they’re keeping it casual, they have been ‘having a laugh together’.

A source said: ‘It’s all very casual and just a bit of fun. Neither of them are particularly keen to be tied down and they’re fine about seeing other people.

‘They’ve both been very open about their sexuality and just want to enjoy themselves so they’re both on the same wavelength.’

They added that Cara and Halsey find it funny that their exes are also an item – and Halsey’s real name being Ashley can’t be helping the tangled web.

Closer singer Halsey is bisexual, and has hit out at stereotypes and bisexual erasure on social media, once tweeting: ‘So if I’m dating a guy I’m straight, and if I date a woman, I’m a lesbian.

‘The only way to be a #True bisexual is to date 2 people at once.’

The popstar is believed to have split from American Horror Story star Evan Peters earlier this year, and has previously been linked to Machine Gun Kelly. 

Meanwhile, Cara is a vocal member of the LGBTQ+ community, and earlier this year shared that she identifies as pansexual.

Speaking to Variety, the Suicide Squad actress said: ‘I always will remain, I think, pansexual.

‘However one defines themselves, whether it’s “they” or “he” or “she”, I fall in love with the person – and that’s that. I’m attracted to the person.’

Before Pretty Little Liars star Benson, the model dated St Vincent and Michelle Rodriguez.

And Cara is set to explore sexual and gender identity in a new six-part docuseries called Planet Sex, in conjunction with BBC Three and Hulu.

The documentaries will see the model exploring experiments taking place in ‘sex labs’, and ‘visiting communities who experience gender and sexuality very differently’. has contacted reps for Cara and Halsey for comment. 

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