Can you feel the love tonight? Kate Hudsonsure can.
The actress was spotted in New York City on Saturday evening stealing a kiss from her rumored new man, Danny Fujikawa. E! News has learned Kate and Danny enjoyed dinner at Italian eatery Tutto il Giorno, before taking to the streets for a late night stroll through downtown.
Kate, 37, didn't shy away from packing on the PDA as she walked arm-in-arm with the indie singer-songwriter and stopped in the middle of the street for a smooch. She dressed for the chilly weather in a bulky cargo jacket, graphic T-shirt and denim jeans while Danny buttoned up in a heavy coat.
The potential couple was photographed arriving into the Big Apple on Friday afternoon, less than a week after speculation started swirling that Hudson had linked up with a new love interest.
A source confirms Fujikawa, who played guitar for now broken-up band Chief before co-founding Lightwave Records, also joined his rumored girlfriend for a show. Kate posted to Instagram about her Saturday night spent on Broadway watching Dear Evan Hansen.
"I just balled my eyes out watching this brilliant performance by @bensplatt and the entire cast of @dearevanhansen," she captioned a photo with lead actor Ben Platt. "Loved every second! What an experience, thank you to everyone on this production for creating such a special musical that is so deeply moving you have to take a long second or an hour to gather yourself."
The morning after, Kate and Danny were spotted once again Sunday out and about on a shopping expedition.
It's currently unclear what's really going on between Kate and Danny, but if we know one thing about the Almost Famous star, she has a thing for artistic types. Kate was previously married to The Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson, who she shares 13-year-old son Ryder with, and in 2014, she called off her engagement to Muse rocker Matt Bellamy. The two co-parent 7-year-old son Bingham together.
She was previously linked to DJ Diplo, but as an insider shared with E! News, their relationship is "casual and fun."