They were last spotted at a Los Angeles Clippers game in a rare public outing Jan. 18

By Jen Juneau
January 27, 2019 08:51 PM
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Emma Stone has chosen the 2019 SAG Awards to officially show off the leading man in her life.

The 30-year-old actress, who’s up for acting awards for her films The Favourite and the Netflix series Maniac, sat next to her beau Dave McCary during Sunday evening’s ceremony in Los Angeles. They spoke throughout the night while at their table, and she patted his thigh at one point.

The Oscar winner walked the red carpet alone, though, dazzling in an asymmetrical gold top with neck bow, plus wide-leg high-waisted pants.

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Sunday evening’s date night will be the second time the pair have been photographed together in the past week. Stone and comedian McCary, who’ve been dating since at least October 2017, were spotted at a Los Angeles Clippers game in a rare public outing Jan. 18.

The two sat courtside and seemed to have a great time as the Clippers fell to the Golden State Warriors.

Even though Stone and McCary, 33, first met more than two years ago, they’ve rarely been seen together in public. They met after she hosted Saturday Night Liveand starred in the December 2016 sketch “Wells for Boys,” which he directed.

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When news of their relationship first broke, a source revealed that the pair had been trying to keep their new romance on the down low.

Prior to dating McCary, the La La Land actress was in a relationship with Andrew Garfield, from whom she split in 2015 after almost four years of dating.

The 25th SAG Awards, hosted by Megan Mullally, are being broadcast live on TNT and TBS from the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles.