A new celebrity friendship is blossoming!
Most recently, the new BFFs relished in a lively day of paintballing at Delta Force in the United Kingdom. The 21-year-old supermodel took to her Instagram to post a photo of her ready-to-battle team preparing to pelt each other with every color of the rainbow with the caption, "Before paintballing #deltaforce."
Dressed in fatigues with their game faces on, the dynamic duo looked like worthy adversaries in a game of fun.
"Delta Force is like no other paintball experience, it's much more than just shooting paint," a source revealed exclusively to E! News.
The source added that Delevingne and Rodriguez, along with their friends, visited several different areas, including "London Apocalypse" and "Space Warz."
But the British babe and Fast & Furious actress, who met through Rihanna, haven't limited their colorful activities to the outdoors. They've also been spotted at various basketball games and fashion shows, oftentimes being very affectionate.
These two are not the only friendly pairing. Check out more celebrity besties below!
Ben Affleck & Matt Damon: These two grew up near each other and have been close friends since childhood. The BFFs and joint Oscar winners for Good Will Hunting are currently working on a new project together!
Cameron Diaz & Gwyneth Paltrow: Sad events brought these besties together. Diaz says the two "became very close," after her father's passing. Paltrow, whose father died in 2002, reached out to her. "It was very sweet. We bonded on that," the Bad Teacher star has said.
Jennifer Lopez & Leah Remini: These giggling girlfriends are supportive of one another. That was evident when Jenny From the Block showed up for Remini's stint on Dancing With The Stars and surprised the audience.
Brad Pitt & George Clooney: When these gorgeous guys find some downtime in their busy Hollywood schedules, the BFFs have a guys' night out. And while there's definitely a bromance, Clooney has explained they sometimes go long stretches without seeing each other.
—Additional reporting by Sara Kitnick