John Cena and new girlfriend Shay Shariatzadeh make their red carpet debut at 'Playing With Fire' premiere
Cena looked dapper in a navy blue suit, which he paired with a white button-down shirt and red tie. Shariatzadeh wore a shimmery silver and black sequins ombre dress, which she then accessorized with close-toed heels and a black clutch
John Cena and his girlfriend Shay Shariatzadeh have finally made their relationship red carpet official. The couple who sparked dating rumors in March have finally left nothing about their relationship to be speculated anymore.
On Saturday, October 26, the 42-year-old Cena stepped out with his girlfriend to attend the premiere of his new film 'Playing With Fire'. Cena and Shariatzadeh posed for pictures at the AMC Lincoln Square Theatre in New York City.
According to a report in E! News, this is the couple's first official appearance since the two began dating earlier this year. The couple walked arm-in-arm and looked very much in love as they sported wide smiles.
Cena looked dapper in a navy blue suit, which he paired with a white button-down shirt and red tie. Shariatzadeh, on the other hand, chose to go with black.
She wore a shimmery silver and black sequins ombré dress, which she then accessorized with close-toed heels and a black clutch.
The WWE wrestler also revealed that this film is important to him because he met Shariatzadeh while shooting for this film.
He said, "It's a wonderful day for a movie premiere and I got a beautiful date. What's truly special about this one is that, no matter what projects I'm involved in the future, this one will always have a special meaning because I got to film, a special project and met someone special."
Cena has kept information about his relationship with Shariatzadeh under wraps until now. However, the two were spotted while on a date in Vancouver which is how their dating rumors surfaced.
Even when he spoke about his relationship on 'Watch What Happens Live' with Andy Cohen, he had said that he wanted to keep his private business private.
He said, "My personal business will stay my personal business. I appreciate that. Thank you." He added, "Through trial and error, we find out what we value and what we believe in and I really value being able to have moments that are mine."