After being spotted on a dinner date, the rumoured couple have begun commenting on each other's Instagram posts.
Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas not hiding their affection anymore?
Mumbai - 04 Jun 2018 12:44 IST
While her American television show, Quantico, may be winding up, actress Priyanka Chopra has more reason to stay back in the US. American television programme Entertainment Tonight reported that Chopra and actor-singer Nick Jonas spent a cosy night out on Thursday (31 May), at the Toca Madera restaurant in West Hollywood, California.
The American papparazzi clicked the two of them as they got into the car afterwards and it didn't seem like they were trying to hide their relationship. Earlier, they were spotted hanging out together on the Memorial Day weekend — watching the Beauty and the Beast live concert at the Hollywood Bowl on 25 May and catching a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game on 26 May.
Chopra and Jonas have known each other for a while and accompanied each other to last year's Met Gala ball. They both sported the same designer, Ralph Lauren, to the event.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are so cute together! When a man dates a woman, 10 years younger than him, people go "awww". But when a woman dates a man, 10 years younger than her, why do people go "ewww"? This relationship needs to be appreciated, not criticised! @NickJonasUPD pic.twitter.com/Xeaow40C8R— SimplyStylish (@ClassySassySwag) June 2, 2018
Adding fuel to the fire has been Jonas's comment on Chopra's Instagram. The actor-singer wrote, "That smile" accompanied with a red heart emoji on her photograph of grabbing a burger from In-N-Out Burger with manager Anjula Acharia and friend Mubina Rattonsey. Similarly, Chopra commented on Jonas's photograph with DJ Mustard with two emojis, two pink hearts and fire.
Chopra has remained in sunny California while Nick travelled to Sydney, Australia to spend time with his older brother, Joe Jonas.
Quantico is airing its third and final season on ABC, while Chopra's second Hollywood film, A Kid Like Jake (2018), is currently screening in limited US theatres.