Trevor Noah and Dua Lipa share hug after New York City dinner together

Trevor Noah and Dua Lipa were seen sharing a hug as they enjoyed a night out together in New York City.

The comedian, 38, and pop icon, 27, were spotted heading out for dinner together in the Big Apple this week, sharing a hug at the end of the night.

Their evening out together comes as South African presenter Trevor confirmed he would be leaving his role as host of talk show The Daily Show after seven years at the helm, telling disappointed fans ‘it’s time.’

In photographs obtained by Mail Online, Levitating chart-topper Dua was snapped sitting in the corner of a restaurant with Trevor, looking relaxed in each other’s company.

The pair were also seen giving each other a cuddle on the street after their meal, before parting ways at the end of the night.

An onlooker told the outlet: ‘They were quietly sat away from everyone else at restaurant.

‘It was clear they were into each other and sat close together throughout the meal.’

They added: ‘They left together and walked, stopping for long embraces and on the second kiss with hugs.’

Dua looked chic in casual jeans paired with a leather blazer, as they stepped out of a Jamaican restaurant in the East Village of New York.

The Don’t Start Now hitmaker – who previously dated Gigi Hadid’s younger brother Anwar before they reportedly split in December last year – is in the middle of a world tour, with multiple upcoming shows in Australia and New Zealand.

Trevor, meanwhile, announced on the latest episode of The Daily Show that his time as host had come to an end.

Speaking to the live audience and those watching from home, the comedian said the experience on Comedy Central had been ‘something I never expected’ but he felt ‘it was time’ to move on.

What a journey it’s been, every single one of you who comes to support us every single day, everyone who has watched the show and it’s grown all around the world.

‘I found myself filled with gratitude for the journey, it’s been absolutely amazing, it’s something I never expected.’

He continued: ‘I realised after seven years, my time is up… but in the most beautiful way.

‘I’ve loved hosting the show, it’s been one of my greatest challenges, it’s been one of my greatest joys.

‘We’ve laughed together, we’ve cried together… but after seven years I feel like it’s time you know?’

The TV personality joined the political satire talk show in 2015, taking over from fellow comedian Jon Stewart. has reached out to reps for both Trevor and Dua.

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