Miranda Kerr Debuts New Beau On Red Carpet

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spiegel-kerr-clive-davis-2016-pre-grammy-gala-02Even though Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel, Snapchat CEO, have been dating for almost a year, it has been a while since Miranda has been seen at star studded events with a man on her arm, but this Valentine’s Day, Miranda threw caution to the wind and formally introduced Evan Spiegel to the world and claimed him as her own, as they walked arm in arm on the red carpet for the “2016 Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala and Salute to Industry Icons” in Beverly Hills, California.

Until now, seeing the two together has been a rare occurrence and in a much more casual setting, so perhaps Miranda is ready to take her relationship with the young billionaire to the next level.

Wearing a revealing white criss-cross-cut-out dress with coordinating champagne clutch and strappy heels, Miranda, 32, stepped into the limelight with her new shorter hair and new man looking more confidant than ever.  The mom-of-one looked stunning in her loose tousled curls and dewy foundation make-up.

Miranda may have ultimately stolen the show, but Evan, 25, was looking quite dapper himself in his simple but elegant black suit.

The two posed proudly for photos while the young CEO wrapped his arm around the supermodel’s waist looking very much smitten.

Other entertainers that attended the pre-grammy party along with the attractive couple were Zayn Malik, Avril Lavigne, Ellie Goulding, Lana Del Ray, Sylvester Stallone, Sir Richard Branson, John Legend, and pregnant wife Chrissy Teigen.

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