Emily Ratajkowski revealed she's been secretly dating someone for weeks before Harry Styles kiss
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Hearts across the globe were broken when Emily Ratajkowski was spotted kissing Harry Styles last month, but the plot has thickened as the model revealed she's been dating someone 'kind of great'.
It doesn't matter if you're a fan of Em Rata, Styles or both; anyone who's ever had a secret dream of falling in love with one of the stars had their hopes dashed when they were seen together in Japan.
The smooch came amid Styles' ongoing Love on Tour gigs, with a short clip showing them dancing together as they embraced.
Rumours of romance and scandal quickly began to spread, but Ratajkowski herself has now opened up about her dating life.
Speaking on the Going Mental with Eileen Kelly podcast just a couple of weeks before she was spotted kissing Styles, Ratajkowski discussed getting the 'ick' in relationships, saying she only goes on dates when she's confident that won't happen.
She then dropped in some exciting news, revealing that she's been hanging out with a like-minded soul for a few weeks.
"I just started dating someone that I'm kind of like, like, so that feels different," she said.
"But if you had been talked to me four weeks ago, I would have been like absolutely, oh well... He's kind of great."
Ratajkowski didn't name the lucky man in her life, but considering she was spotted kissing Styles just two weeks later, I'm sure it won't take long for people to start connecting the dots - whether they're right or not.
Prior to her smooch with Styles, Ratajkowski was linked to comedian Eric Andre, who she appeared with in a saucy Valentine's Day snap.
The model spoke with Kelly about what she looks for in a relationship, explaining that she sometimes likes to be dominant, and other times she wants to be taken care of.
"I really would like somebody who is like, capable of taking care of me in the same way that I feel I am capable of taking care of people," she said.
Ratajkowski explained that she's found a lot of men 'always say they like superwoman, a woman that is successful and all these things', only to become 'resentful' when they actually enter into a relationship like that.
"I will say, 'I thought that's what you liked about me, that I had this big life?' They get emasculated and resentful. That's been my experience across the board," she explained.
"I'm hoping that won't always be true."