Trevor Noah and Minka Kelly reportedly house hunting together

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Trevor Noah and American act­ress Minka Kelly have kept their relationship away from the media spotlight. (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Trevor Noah and American act­ress Minka Kelly have kept their relationship away from the media spotlight. (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
  • South African comedian Trevor Noah and girlfriend Minka Kelly have reportedly been spotted house hunting together
  • Trevor and Minka are yet to confirm their relationship publicly, but rumours between the two first sparked in August. 
  • "These two are looking for a house together in LA. They are not married; they're not engaged though," Wendy Williams said on a recent episode of her talk show, The Wendy Williams Show.


The Daily Show host Trevor Noah and girlfriend Friday Night Lights actress Minka Kelly have reportedly been spotted house hunting together.

A source told Entertainment Tonight that the couple were looking at houses together in Los Angeles "a few weeks ago," however it's unclear whether the couple were looking to buy a home together or separately. 

In September Variety reported that the South African comedian sold his Los Angeles mansion for $21.7 million (R350 million). 

Trevor and Minka are yet to confirm their relationship publicly, but rumours between the two first sparked in August. 

E! News further reported that the couple, who've been dating for "several months", likely managed to keep their relationship under wraps as they've been staying in and self-isolating together in New York.

Wendy Williams also recently commented on reports that the couple were spotted looking at houses on her talk show The Wendy William Show, saying: "If you know anything about Noah, you'll know-ah that he likes a solid a relationship, he's not the dating type, he says that, he's been saying that for years. These two are looking for a house together in LA. They are not married; they're not engaged though."


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