Newly Single Leonardo DiCaprio Enjoys Guys Night Out With Kevin Connolly and Orlando Bloom
By Antoinette Bueno
Leonardo DiCaprio is always loyal to his boys.
The 41-year-old actor attended Stella McCartney's Autumn 2016 Presentation at Amoeba Music on Tuesday night in Los Angeles, where he spent time with his pals, actors Kevin Connolly and Orlando Bloom. DiCaprio, who just picked up a Golden Globe on Sunday, was clearly attempting to maintain a low profile at the star-studded bash, skipping the red carpet and hiding his face in a newsboy cap.
Other A-list attendees on Tuesday night included Gwyneth Paltrow, Katy Perry (who Bloom was recently very friendly with at a Golden Globes after-party), Johnny Depp and wife Amber Heard, Kate Hudson, Melanie Griffith, Elizabeth Olsen, and Chelsea Handler.
"Leo showed up with Kevin Connolly and girls," source tells ET. "He was dancing to the Beach Boys."
DiCaprio was especially friendly with Bloom, our source says, with the two dancing with their arms around one another to the Beach Boys classic "Surfin' USA."
Do does this mean the Oscar hopeful isn't taking sides when it comes to Bloom's infamous beef with Justin Bieber? Bloom memorably "took a swing" at Bieber in July 2014 at a party in Ibiza, Spain, reportedly over Bloom's ex-wife, model Miranda Kerr.
But DiCaprio appears to be friendly with both Bloom and Bieber, as the "Sorry" singer recently performed at DiCaprio's private New Year's Eve bash in St. Barts.
DiCaprio recently talked about his longtime crew to Rolling Stone, which aside from Connolly, also includes actors Tobey Maguire and Lukas Haas.
"I've got plenty of new friends through the years, too, but I've held on to some of them for 25 years now," DiCaprio said. "There's an inherent comfort level that can't be duplicated and can't be manufactured. You don't have to do catch-up interviews -- they're up-to-date."
"Do you mean do I want to bring children into a world like this? If it happens, it happens," DiCaprio said. "I'd prefer not to get into specifics about it, just because then it becomes something that is misquoted. But yeah. I don't know. To articulate how I feel about it is just gonna be misunderstood."