AceShowbiz - We may be having a new celebrity couple. "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman sparks dating rumor with Regina Hall after the pair were spotted leaving Vanity Fair Oscar Party together on Sunday night, March 4, while sporting big smiles.
The 40-year-old actor was photographed walking side by side with the "Girls Trip" star, who looked beautiful in a glamorous, plunging dress. Chadwick, who looked equally gorgeous in a black suit with silver details around the neckline, seemed to be in good spirits.
Chadwick and the 47-year-old actress didn't show any PDA. However, just by looking at the pics anyone could tell that the rumored lovebirds were vibing during the outing.
The post-Oscars bash, which took place in a built-to-suite at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, gathered every famous person in Hollywood. Among the attendees were Kim Kardashian, Madonna and Cardi B. Drake, Kendall Jenner and Margot Robbie were also among those who mingled at the star-studded party.
Madonna also hosted a separate after-party. "Madonna was an amazing host," a source revealed to Us Weekly. "She worked the room all night and chatted with all the guests," the insider added. "Madonna was dancing up a storm all night! She and Margot Robbie were on the floor at one point. She spent a lot of time with Kim and Cardi B. Madonna and Cardi B are talking about a collaboration on Madonna's upcoming album." Another source revealed that Cardi B even treated the guests to an epic performance of her hit "Bodak Yellow".
Meanwhile, Emma Watson used the opportunity to debut her new tattoo at the Vanity Fair Oscar after-party. The 27-year-old British beauty made a statement by flaunting her new "Times Up" ink on her arm. The "Harry Potter" star, who turned heads at the party as she donned a stunning black dress with a layered sparkling necklace, took to Twitter on Monday to make fun of the accidental grammatical error on the tattoo. "Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must," so she wrote in the caption.