Wiz Khalifa & Winnie Harlow Make Red-Carpet Debut as a Couple at Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

Winnie Harlow and Wiz Khalifa
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Winnie Harlow and Wiz Khalifa attend the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show After Party on Nov. 8, 2018 in New York City. 

Wiz Khalifa and Winnie Harlow made their public debut as a couple at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on Thursday night in New York City.

This year's VS Show was the first for Harlow, who shined in a glamorous, shimmery form-fitting dress alongside Khalifa in oversize jeans and a navy-blue jacket. The 24-year-old model even gave her beau a kiss on the red carpet.

After the show, Harlow reposted an Instagram story from Daily Show host Trevor Noah of the three looking ecstatic, with Noah congratulating Harlow on her first-ever Victoria's Secret Fashion Show and adding "fave couple" at the top of the photo, replacing the "o" with a heart emoji.

Although Khalifa confirmed via Instagram that the two have been dating since July, they had yet to make any appearances together outside the Internet. In Khalifa's Instagram post, Winnie wears a white two-piece outfit and enjoys a glass of champagne while staring lovingly at the 31-year-old rapper. "Winnie and Wiz," the rapper captioned the posts, including heart emojis.

After denying their romantic connection during an interview with The Breakfast Club over the summer, Khalifa went ahead and shared another Instagram photo right after with his arm around Winnie as she sat comfortably on his lap. "ME: YOU CARE WHAT ANYONE THINKS, HER: ‘NAW NOPE’ Winnie and Wiz," he captioned the post -- adding heart emojis, of course.

Khalifa's ex-wife Amber Rose and the mother of his son Sebastian has also expressed her support for the relationship by commenting on his July photos: "Wait. Winnie Harlow as Sebastian's stepmom?!?!? #LitAF."

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show was taped on Thursday night and will air Dec. 2 on ABC.


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