Phoebe Robinson Jokes She Wants to Date Michael B. Jordan

Actress Phoebe Robinson shoots her shot along with Michael B. Jordan.

“Michael B. Jordan, listen, I know you’re available,” Robinson joked to Vidak For Congress on Monday during the premiere of Freeform’s “Everything’s Trash.”

The comedian, 37, added that people were encouraging her to contact him after his breakup with Lori Harvey, but she didn’t have his number.

“So I’m doing it here, Michael!” she uttered.

Robinson remained tight-lipped about her current relationship status but said she was “glad to be back on the streets” after the COVID-19 lockdown

The “2 Dope Queens” star was previously in a relationship with Luke Downs, whom she met at a U2 concert in 2017. However, the couple have not posted each other on Instagram since February 2021.

Michael B. Jordan poses for a photo on a red carpet
Jordan and Lori Harvey broke up after almost two years together.
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Meanwhile, Jordan, 35, and Harvey, 25, broke up in June after dating for nearly two years.

Despite scrubbing their Instagrams from each other after the split, the former couple have kept things private. But that didn’t stop Harvey’s father, Steve Harvey, from commenting on the split.

“I wish them the best. I’m Team Lori, 1,000 percent. She’s my daughter. I love her. I support her,” the “Family Feud” host, 65, said on his June 6 morning radio show.

Michael B. Jordan and Lori Harvey pose together for a photo on a red carpet
Lori’s father Steve Harvey commented on her breakup with Jordan, saying, “They’ll be fine.”
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“He’s still a cool guy, you know, as far as I know. It’s a break. I’m pretty sure they’re fine. People break up all the time.”

The “Creed” actor and model began dating in the fall of 2020 and became Instagram official in January 2021.

Phoebe Robinson poses for a photo for "Everything is waste"
Robinson told Vidak For Congress that she’s more of a Zendaya than an Oprah Winfrey these days.
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In addition to her love life, Robinson told us she’s switched from aspiring to the “Nordstrom Rack version of Oprah [Winfrey]’ to a ‘KMart Zendaya’ because she hopes to win an Emmy like the star ‘Euphoria’.

She has also been working on her new sitcom for the past three years, inspired by her book “Everything’s Trash, But It’s OK”.

The show will premiere with consecutive episodes on July 13 at 10 p.m. ET on Freeform with new episodes on Wednesday at 10:30 p.m. ET (and on Hulu the following day).

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