Presenting Angeland: Ireland Baldwin & Angel Haze Are The New Lorde & Taylor

Photo: via @AngelHaze.
Ireland Baldwin and Angel Haze have been spending a lot of time together. Like, a lot of time, y'all. So much so that the duo has swiftly usurped Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez's position as Tinseltown's most-watched girl friends. (Note: Not girlfriends, but we'll get to that later.)
Baldwin and Haze's social-media feeds are filled with photos of the pair together — getting matching tattoos, going out to dinner, and a recent picture of them kissing. The captions are all cryptic and nothing officially outing them as a couple has surfaced, but that hasn't stopped the media from wondering whether Angeland is the new Brangelina or a more affectionate version of Lorde and Taylor Swift's Lorde & Taylor duo.
Because, well, two girls kissing obviously means they're dating. But, two men in bed together? Bromance. The whole girlfriends versus girl friends question is, at this point, irrelevant. Baldwin and Haze clearly enjoy each other's company. And, sure, they might be trolling the media, leading everyone to believe they're each other's "wifey" (a word Cara Delevingne used for her various best girl friends). All that's known is what's shared, but man, what a friendship to aspire to. Angeland forever. (E!)

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