The former Bachelorette star and the Summer House alum were spotted walking into the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards on Tuesday hand-in-hand, per a TikTok clip shared by InTouch. But the moment was short-lived, as the pair quickly dropped their hands after being spotted.
Adams, 33, and Gulbranson, 39, first sparked dating speculation in March when celebrity gossip Instagram account DeuxMoi shared two separate sightings of the pair alongside pics. The following month, they were pictured celebrating Easter together in a since-deleted post from Gulbranson's former Summer House costar Lindsay Hubbard.
The two reality stars have continued to be photographed out together since then, including at Taylor Swift's Eras Tour and ring shopping at Tiffany & Co. But Adams and Gulbranson have not yet publicly commented on their relationship status.
Fans first met Adams as she looked for love on Colton Underwood's season of The Bachelor in 2019.
In 2020 she stepped in for the back half of The Bachelorette's 16th season after Clare Crawley found love earlier than expected. That season, Adams got engaged to front-runner Zac Clark. Nearly one year after their Bachelorette finale aired, the former couple called things off.
"In the moment, it felt real, it felt right — it was all those things. I wouldn't change anything," Clark, 39, recently shared on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast. "I don't live in regret. It's a very special moment in time and in my life regardless of what happened."
Gulbranson has been linked to Summer House stars Hannah Berner and Ciara Miller. However, he recently split from The Real Housewives of Potomac's Ashley Boalch Darby.
Opening up about the breakup on Page Six’s Virtual Reali-Tea podcast, Darby said that her "situation is complicated" due to "stuff with my previous partner [Michael Darby]."
"He stuck out through a lot of it," the Housewife said of Gulbranson. "And I commend him, but there was a final straw that we decided to keep between us. And I respect that."