Chris Martin & Dakota Johnson Went on the Double Date of Our Dreams

Jul 30, 2018 at 12:02 p.m. ET
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Things seem to be heating up between Dakota Johnson and Chris Martin according to a new article in People magazine. The couple has been dating since at least October 2017, when they were spotted on a sushi date in Los Angeles, and now they're going on double dates with Aaron Paul and his wife, Lauren Parsekian.

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Per People, on Saturday, Johnson and Martin attended a Radiohead concert at Boston's TD Garden, where they remained seated for most of the show. The outlet reports that Johnson frequently leaned her head on Martin's shoulder, but they seemed to want to lay low during the show.

“They stood up for a couple of the ovations,” a fellow concertgoer told People. They added that Johnson stood up for the song "Fake Plastic Trees" and added, “I think she’s just reserved.”

Elle shared fan photos of the two at the show, including one of Johnson and Martin sharing a moment during one of Radiohead's songs. People notes that the couple was seen holding hands before the show and quoted a source saying, “For the past two weeks, they have spent a lot of time together. [...] They seem to enjoy sharing a quiet life. It does seem they are getting more serious.”

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Johnson previously dated Drowners lead singer and guitarist Matthew Hitt. The two were on and off for several years but haven't been romantically linked since at least 2016. After finalizing his divorce from Gwyneth Paltrow in 2014, Martin spent time with Annabelle Wallis in 2015. He and Johnson have spent the majority of their time together going on low-key dates near his Malibu home according to People. We respect that desire to stay out of the spotlight; it's got to be tough to get to know someone with the whole world watching.

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