Are Drew Barrymore and Leonardo DiCaprio an item? Flirty comment sparks TITANIC speculation

Leonardo DiCaprio's post on rising global temperatures had Drew Barrymore responding with a flirty comment: 'You should be the only hot one, and not our planet!'


                            Are Drew Barrymore and Leonardo DiCaprio an item? Flirty comment sparks TITANIC speculation
Drew Barrymore is the same age as Leonardo DiCaprio (Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images for Advertising Week New York, Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

Actress Drew Barrymore emerged to be a Leo DiCaprio fangirl as she openly gushed over him and got a little flirty, while also sharing his concern for global warming. On Wednesday, July 14, the 'Never Been Kissed' actress was commenting on a post by DiCaprio on the adverse effects of climate change. While DiCaprio's post mentioned the predicted increase in global temperature in the future, Barrymore commented, "You should be the only hot one, and not our planet!” She further hailed DiCaprio's endeavors in fighting for the climate crisis, as she remarked, "Thank you for always have been the pioneer of saving our earth.”

Fans were thrilled to see the veteran star's comment as they unanimously agreed with her in terms of DiCaprio's 'hotness'. "So hot, he's to blame for global warming," one of the fans commented. Leonardo DiCaprio might be dating actress Camile Morrone at the moment, but that did not stop this A-lister Hollywood actress from flirting with him. Meanwhile, Barrymore's dating life is presently under the wraps since her split from ex-husband Will Kopelman in 2016. They share two children together — 8-year-old Olive and 7-year-old Frankie. 

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Drew Barrymore's comments (Instagram/Leonardo DiCaprio)

DiCaprio, who is an avid climate activist, regularly posts updates about climate crisis on his social media. The post where Drew Barrymore commented was shared by him on July 14, 2021, and included an album with a series of photos — each highlighting one or the other adverse impacts of global warming in the coming years. 

In an elaborate caption, the 'Wolf of Wall Street' actor detailed, "From @unclimatechange: The difference between 1.5C, 2C or 3-4C average global warming can sound marginal. In fact, they represent vastly different scenarios for the future of humanity. The frequency of disasters, the survival of plants and animals, the spread of diseases, the stability of our global climate system and - ultimately - the possibility for humanity to survive on this planet hinge on these few degrees."

"Today, we still have the chance to meet the 1.5C goal mentioned in the Paris Agreement. We can still protect ourselves from the worst climate impacts and begin to shape a healthier future. But we are rapidly approaching irreversible climate tipping points. This is why the climate conference #COP26 in November is so important for the global fight against climate change. Countries must conclude outstanding items regarding the implementation of the Paris Agreement and lay the ground for a transformational decade of climate action in the 2020’s. #ItsPossible
CC: @carbonbrief"



 

Recently, DiCaprio has been called out for for his obsession with dating women much younger than him. It was pointed out that the 'Titanic' actor only dates women below or around 25 years of age, and breaks up with them once they get older. The actor, who has a long history of dating younger models, had previously stated that he never intends to get married. Currently, the 46-year-old actor is dating 24-year-old actress Camila Morrone for the past three years. Morrone has also spoken out about the huge age gap between them, saying, "There’s so many relationships in Hollywood — and in the history of the world — where people have large age gaps. I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date.”

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