Last updated on December 23rd, 2022 at 04:28 pm
Is Andrew Garfield dating anyone right now? Find out more right here!
Andrew Garfield may be on his way to becoming an Oscar winner at the Academy Awards on Sunday, but who will be there to congratulate him if he wins the most prestigious acting award?
Andrew is currently dating Alyssa Miller, a model and singer. The couple was first seen together in November 2021, and they made their red carpet debut at the SAG Awards in February 2022, naw!
Alyssa has over 200k Instagram followers and regularly posts videos of herself singing – and she sounds incredible! So, will they be attending the Oscars together? We’re excited to find out!
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How many women has Andrew Garfield dated before?
Andrew’s most famous relationship was with Emma Stone, his co-star in The Amazing Spider-Man. They met in 2010 while filming the first film and dated for five years before calling it quits in 2015. Since filming, they’ve remained close, to the point where Andrew revealed that he kept his appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home a secret until she texted him to ask about it.
On Josh Horowitz’s Happy Sad Confused podcast, he explained, “Emma kept texting me.” “‘Are you in this new Spider-Man film?’ she inquired. ‘I have no idea what you’re talking about,’ I said. ‘Shut up, just tell me!’ she exclaimed.”
He explained this in 2017: “We genuinely care about each other, and that’s a given; it’s a kind of unconditional thing. There’s a lot of love and respect between us… As an artist, I am her biggest supporter. So it’s been a dream come true for me to be able to watch her rise to fame and blossom into the actress that she is today. And having that kind of support for one another has been wonderful. It’s nothing short of a work of art.”
Andrew was previously linked to Rita Ora in late 2018,
But the two kept their relationship under wraps. Back in November 2021, he told Bustle about his personal life: “Because I’ve made it that way for myself, I’m not in the public eye to a great extent. I’m fine with it for my job, but I fight for my right to a private, personal life. It is within my rights to be ordinary. It’s my right to be a shambles. It is within my rights to be sad. My right to lose, to make a mistake, to make a mistake, to make a mistake, to make a mistake, to make a mistake, to make a mistake, to make a mistake,”