This necklace isn’t nonsense.
On Tuesday, Twitter user @selenaitgirll noticed that Shawn Mendes has recently been wearing a necklace with what seems to be Sabrina Carpenter’s birthstone amid rumors the duo are dating.
Mendes, 24, has been spotted wearing the green pendant in social media videos, and even sported it on the Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2023 red carpet Sunday night — which Carpenter, 23, also attended.
There’s photo proof that Mendes loves his David Yurman Roman Amulet ($975), but does that confirm his relationship with the “Emails I Can’t Send” singer?
Carpenter’s birthday is May 11, which makes her birthstone an emerald; Mendes’ necklace, on the other hand, is made with malachite. Still, the mineral and the precious gemstone are nearly the exact same shade of green.
However, the “Stitches” singer has been rocking his beloved Yurman bauble for years — including at the 2019 AMAs, where he accessorized with the amulet on the red carpet.
Meanwhile, in a 2021 Vogue video, Carpenter showed off her emerald-studded Marlo Laz medallion necklace ($6,020) that reads “Porte Bonheur” — French for “lucky charm.”
Fans have been looking for confirmation that the pair are dating since February, when celebrity gossip Instagram account Deuxmoi shared a tip that the pair looked “verrry comfortable” while “clearly on a date” in Los Angeles.
Mendes and Carpenter fueled speculation further when they were seen leaving Miley Cyrus’ “Endless Summer Vacation” album release party on March 10.
Mendes was previously linked to his chiropractor, Dr. Jocelyne Miranda, 51.
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His most famous relationship was with Camila Cabello, whom he dated for two years before the couple broke up in November 2021.
Carpenter was briefly rumored to be seeing “Teen Wolf” actor Dylan O’Brien, 31, in September 2022 after getting out of a turbulent, high-profile relationship with Olivia Rodrigo’s ex-boyfriend Joshua Bassett, 22.
Suffice to say, we’ll be keeping a close eye on this potential couple’s jewelry game in the days to come.
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