Ali Fedotowsky Brings New Boyfriend Kevin Manno To 'Blue Jasmine' Premiere
Ali Fedotowsky, the former The Bachelorette star, brought her new boyfriend TV and radio host Kevin Manno on the red carpet for the premiere of Blue Jasmine.
Fedotowsky and Manno were first spotted together back in May while dining at Los Angeles café the Little Next Door. Less than a month later, the duo vacationed in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico, spending their four-day stay at the Villa La Estancia Riviera Nayarit resort. "They got along great!” a fellow guest told People. “They were very comfortable with each other, chatting with other hotel guests.”
Fedotowsky posted a picture to her Instagram account of her and Manno at the premiere, captioning it, “So excited to be at the #BlueJasmine premiere! My very first movie role! #WoodyAllen.”
Blue Jasmine, directed by Woody Allen, stars Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin and Sally Hawkins. The film follows Blanchett’s character Jasmine, who flies to San Francisco to reconnect with her sister while suffering through a personal crisis. Fedotowsky has a cameo in the movie as a character named Melanie.
When she’s not acting, Fedotowsky hosts NBC’s 1st Look, which offers a look inside the best food spots, nightlife and travel destinations across the country. Manno formerly hosted MTV news show The Seven, but now serves as a host on Lifetime’s Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition.
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