Earlier this week, the internet was abuzz with news about none other than Uncut Gems star and New York City scene-stealer Julia Fox and none other than rapper Kanye West.

Let's see how long we can keep it going. The Uncut Gems' damsel in distress and New York City scene-stealer shot to the forefront of internet conversation and tabloid ink after her budding relationship with Kanye West.

The news came out of left field, making the whole thing even more intriguing. Meanwhile, on the same day that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West announced their marriage, Lamar went public. During the "Free Larry Hoover" show, he requested his ex-wife Kim Kardashian to "run right back to me."

In October, Fox revealed that she had filed for divorce from Peter Artemiev, who she accused of leaving her and their one-year-old son, Valentino. Fox and West's relationship is as much of a surprise as Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson's vacation, which has caused equally strong tremors in the pop culture world.

The sight of West and Davidson kissing has prompted plenty of people to comment that the relationship is a publicity stunt or a chance for "vengeance" against Kardashian, pointing to an old Paper Magazine photoshoot in which Fox and Davidson appear. Others opine that the whole incident is a form of performance art that mockingly comments on fame.

The relationship of two artists whose work tends to blur the boundary between public and personal is a spectacle that will last a lifetime — and we're more than eager to witness.

Following a series of social media posts that featured her on several dates with the outspoken entertainer as well as some initial speculation surrounding their budding relationship, it wasn't clear if the lovebirds were truly an item.

Regardless, their romance has captivated fans and onlookers alike, attracting a flurry of speculation and even some criticism throughout their courtship.While we await more information about the authenticity of said relationship, one thing is certain: it's all very juicy stuff — and we're not mad about it.