The 52-year-old stunner turned heads in a Taller Marmo feather trimmed dress just days after she was seemingly prowling at the star-studded You People premiere where she could be seen canoodling with a cheesing Omarion on the crowded carpet.
Long raised eyebrows by pulling Omarion, 38, into multiple photos with her and lingering hand-holding with the watermelon-munching singer who couldn’t be happier to be in her presence.
— OMARION (@Omarion) January 20, 2023
With rumors swirling, Long stopped by The Shade Room to address the buzzy moment that exploded across social media.
“Everybody simmer down… I’m single AF *kissy emoji*,” she wrote in the bustling comment section without actually denying that she has eyes for Omarion.
Y’all if this is indeed what’s happening…we’re living in the twlight zone. Omarion & Nia Long April & Harper and Omarion & Jordan. God got a sense of humor 😂 https://t.co/2Bwzbn1hXx pic.twitter.com/qE0b8KlHJZ
— Free Di Gyal Dem🇯🇲🇨🇦 (@Allthingsdcee) January 20, 2023
At this point, 2023 belongs to Nia Long who helped make history with smash hit The Best Man: The Final Chapters while starring in upcoming Netflix comedy You People and social media-centered thriller Missing where she plays Storm Reid‘s mother who disappears while on vacation in Colombia with her new boo.
“There are parts where you’re like, ‘What is happening?’” said Reid of Missing‘s twisty-turny script with Long adding, “And you’re almost embarrassed to ask because you’re like, ‘Am I the only one? Am I just not smart? Not that bright?’”
Long also teased the film’s valuable lessons, especially for single moms.
“I hope [they] know, do not get on dating apps,” she said jokingly. “There are so many other ways you can meet men. I’ll show you the ways.”
Missing is now playing in theaters everywhere.