New couple alert?
Bills quarterback Josh Allen appears to have moved on from his rumored ex-girlfriend, Brittany Williams, after he was spotted with actress and singer Hailee Steinfeld in New York City on Thursday night, according to photos exclusively obtained by The Post.
Allen, 27, could be seen exiting a black SUV as Steinfeld, 26, stood nearby.
The actress dressed in a white blazer and jeans for the night out, while Allen wore a white T-shirt and blue slacks.
It is believed to be the first time the pair has been photographed publicly.
Allen made headlines last month when he and Williams were the subject of breakup rumors.
Williams unfollowed Allen on Instagram and appeared to celebrate her birthday without him.
The moves came after they vacationed together in March 2023.
It is unclear exactly when Allen and Williams called it quits.
The exes, who were together for more than five years, have yet to directly address the speculation publicly.
Williams has since removed any trace of the couple’s relationship from her Instagram page — and Allen’s last Instagram post about Williams was in April 2020.
Allen and Williams, whose families were friends while growing up in Fresno, Ca., met as 8-year-olds at a pool party.
Williams, who began dating Allen in 2017, has supported the quarterback throughout his NFL career, including the moment the Bills selected him with the No. 7 overall pick in the 2018 draft.
As for Steinfeld?
The singer shared that she is currently single in her May 2023 cover interview with People, which was published earlier this week.
Although the Oscar-nominated actress is not rushing into anything, she did reveal what she’s looking for in a partner.
“I ultimately want someone who supports me and who I can support and cheer on and be their biggest fan,” she said. “I’ve been lucky enough to spend so much time with my family recently, and I have so many shining examples of what it should feel like to be with someone that makes you a better you and happy. I’m not really looking, so I don’t have a list of things.
“But I think the right person comes along when they do, and I imagine that’s the greatest thing ever. It’s an exciting thought to me, that part of life happening when it does, and I can only hope that it emulates what I grew up around.
“Right now, I feel more confident in who I am than ever, and I just feel so grateful to be doing what I love.”
The quarterback is currently preparing for his sixth NFL season with the Bills.
Buffalo is currently in the midst of OTAs before mandatory minicamp begins on June 13.
The Bills are counting on Allen to lead them in a deep playoff push after Buffalo’s Divisional Round ouster for the second consecutive year last season.
Reps for Steinfeld did not immediately return The Post’s request for comment.