Cara Delevingne appeared to support her best friend Selena Gomez after ‘Saturday Night Live’.
After Gomez’s brilliant hosts party, she and Delevingne held an after party at Lavenue at Saks in New York earlier on Sunday.
A Page Six spy exclusively reports that the couple “sitted side by side all night, sipping martinis and cheeseburgers” before heading out at 3am for yet another party.
The London-based singer, actress and model, both 29, are longtime friends and even have one. matching rose tattoo.
Delevingne also plays Gomez’s love interest in the upcoming second season of Hulu’s “Only Murders in the Building.”
Gomez’s stepfather, Brian Tevey, also attended the party and took his father’s final step at dawn.
“Selina was having so much fun that she almost forgot her phone,” says a witness. “Her stepfather kicked her out of the restaurant to get her back.”
SNL musical guest Post Malone had a much colder night.
The “Sunflower” singer made a grand entrance, arriving with Fleet Foxes’ Robin Beckinold, carrying a lit cigarette and Bud Light and wearing a trucker hat that read, “Do you believe in fairies?”
A spy tells us that Malone, 26, greeted all the fans who were waiting outside, taking pictures and signing autographs before entering the party.
We learned that Malone also left John Hancock inside the party, carving his name into one of the dining tables at the upscale French restaurant.
Apparently, Malone didn’t want the night to end, as he stopped by SNL creator Lorne Michaels before being asked to leave at 5:30am.
There were also Formula 1 stars Lewis Hamilton, Paul Rudd, Tommy Dorfman, Colin Jost, Keenan Thompson, Eddie Bryant, Bowen Young, Chris Reed, Bonky Johnson and James Austin Johnson.