Liam Hemsworth and Gabriella Brooks at Poker Face Premiere

Liam Hemsworth is again on the pink carpet — with girlfriend Gabriella Brooks in tow. The actor attended the premiere of his newest movie, “Poker Face,” in Sydney, Australia, on Nov. 15 and introduced Brooks as his date, marking their first pink carpet look after three years of courting. Although breakup rumors started swirling this previous summer time, the couple regarded very a lot in love on the occasion, smiling for the cameras and posing alongside Hemsworth’s mother and father, Craig and Leonie. Hemsworth wore a traditional black go well with for the night, whereas Brooks selected a gold turtleneck costume and matching heels.

On the premiere, Hemsworth additionally linked up with different members of the “Poker Face” forged, together with Russell Crowe and sister-in-law Elsa Pataky, who’s married to his brother Chris. Within the thriller film, which hits theaters on Nov. 16, Hemsworth’s Michael Nankervis partakes in a high-stakes poker recreation that goes awry when a killer breaks into the mansion they’re playing in.

Hemsworth, 32, and Brooks, 26, have been linked since December 2019, once they had been noticed grabbing lunch with Hemsworth’s mother and father. The couple spent a lot of 2020 quarantining collectively of their native Australia, typically hanging out and exhibiting PDA on the seashore, and moved again to Los Angeles collectively on the finish of final yr. Earlier than Brooks, Hemsworth briefly dated actor Maddison Brown and famously break up from Miley Cyrus, whom he was married to for seven months after a tumultuous 10-year relationship. Their divorce finalized in January 2020, and Cyrus went on so far Kaitlynn Carter, Cody Simpson, and Maxx Morando.

Learn forward to see Hemsworth and Brooks making their love pink carpet official on the “Poker Face” premiere.

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