Pete Davidson, America's favorite serial monogamist, seems to be moving on just fine from his short-lived romance with Emily Ratajkowski.

The former Saturday Night Live cast member was reportedly seen kissing Chase Sui Wonders at Universal Studios in Hollywood, seemingly confirming their fling.

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Rumors that the Bodies Bodies Bodies co-stars were seeing each other first surfaced last December, when the two attended a Rangers game together — not exactly definitive proof that they're romantically involved. At the time, a representative for the funnyman said that the two were "just friends."

More like boyfriend and girlfriend: on January 20, Davidson, 29, and Wonders, 26, seemed to be on the brink of taking their relationship public as they held hands at Universal Studios Hollywood. Just a week prior, the presumed couple was seen cozying up to each other at Baba's Pierogies in Brooklyn (yum!).

Chase Sui Wonders reportedly appears in Bupkis, the forthcoming fictionalized Peacock comedy series about Davidson's life, further intertwining her with Hollywood's most omnipresent bachelor.

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Davidson's new relationship closely follows his brief outing with Ratajkowski, whom he dated at the tail end of 2022. The pair made their first public appearance as a couple at a New York Knicks game in late November.

Approximately one month later, they suddenly (and quietly) called it quits.

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Clearly, the break-up didn't exactly deal a blow to Davidson's love life. And don't feel too bad for Ratajkowski, either: In December, the model was papp'ed with artist Jack Greer and more recently, she was photographed apparently on a date with comedian Eric Andre.

Ah, celebrity love!

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