You might feel like you're still getting over Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson's split, but it looks like the latter has well and truly moved on with G Eazy.
Fans were left gutted last month when news of Cara and Ashley's split broke, with sources at People magazine saying the two year relationship simply "ran its course", adding, "Cara and Ashley always had their ups and down before but it’s over now."
Ashley was soon spotted kissing rapper G Eazy - real name Gerald Earl Gillum - and was even his plus one to his sister's wedding earlier this month. Now, the 31-year-old rapper has revealed Ashley, 30, features on his new album. Well, that escalated quickly.
G Eazy took to Instagram Stories to share the track list for his new album, Everything's Strange Here, which drops today [26 June]. The fourth track of his latest project, 'All The Things You're Searching For', features both Kossisko and Ashley Benson, which is a twist we didn't see coming.
The pair previously collaborated on a cover of Radiohead’s 'Creep,' which was posted to the People's Choice winner's YouTube channel.
The collaboration comes as Ashley's sister spoke out to defend the new romance, after fans criticised Ashley for moving on so quickly. "It’s okay if you decide to heal through music and collaborate with other artists," Shaylene Benson said on Instagram Stories in May (via MailOnline.) "And if a spark happens. It’s not a crime when you’re single."
She added: "I mean a lot of people meet through working together and if there is a connection, great! Do what you want!" Cara has also spoken out to defend Ashley's decision to date G Eazy, so it looks like there's no bad blood there.
Listen to Ashley and G Eazy's collaboration 'All The Things You're Searching For' here:
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