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Chloe Bennet and Logan Paul attended the Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy Party on Sept. 15, 2017 in West Hollywood, California, together, but they did not answer questions about their relationship. Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly

Logan Paul and Chloe Bennet still aren’t confirming their relationship. Although they recently ended up on a red carpet together, the YouTube vlogger and the actress managed to avoid questions about their rumored romance.

The “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” star was recently attending an Emmy party and doing interviews on the red carpet. When Entertainment Tonight pulled over the Teen Choice Awards host and asked if the two are dating, the two tried to keep it professional and promoted each other’s projects. Bennet encouraged people to watch “Logan Paul vs.” on Watchable while Paul spoke about ABC’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” which is filming its fifth season.

“Most importantly, we have a movie coming out called ‘Valley Girls,’” Bennet added.

Watch their interview below:

When asked about the rumors that they’re dating, the two would only compliment each other. “The straight answer is that, like straight up, Chloe Bennet is dope,” Paul said, repeating a line that he has often delivers when asked about his rumored girlfriend.

“Logan’s dope,” the actress added.

The two were asked to comment on their chemistry, but they even kept that professional. “We do have really good chemistry. That’s why the movie is going to be so good,” Bennet said.

“Valley Girls” is a remake of the 1983 film about a sweet girl (Jessica Rothe) from the San Fernando Valley whose life changes after she falls for a Hollywood punk rocker (Josh Whitehouse). “Riverdale” actress Ashleigh Murray and “Better Call Saul” cast member Jessie Ennis round out the cast. Rachel Lee Goldenberg directed the flick, which filmed over summer.

It was during filming that romance rumors started flying. Bennet broke up with longtime beau Austin Nichols (“The Walking Dead”) earlier this year, and then several outlets published photos of her and Paul kissing in Hawaii during Fourth of July weekend. While the pictures certainly looked hot and heavy, the duo clarified in a video on Paul’s YouTube channel that they hadn’t really labeled their relationship as anything serious yet.

“I kind of have to address this,” Paul said. “I’m very transparent with you guys. Chloe and I are friends, for sure. In my opinion, friends sometimes make out [and] touch butts.”

“If you haven’t kissed your friends, personally, I don’t think you’re friends,” Paul added. “So that’s what Chloe and I were doing.”

Since then, the two have been keeping a low profile. Both are avid social media users, but they have mostly kept each other out of any posts.

Instead, Bennet has been using her social media to make her voice heard. After praising Ed Skrein for stepping down from “Hellboy” after realizing he was playing a character who was originally Asian, Bennet applauded him. When a fan criticized her for changing her last name to sound less Asian (Bennet was born Chloe Wang), she was quick to defend herself.

“Changing my last name doesn't change the fact that my BLOOD is half Chinese, that I lived in China, speak Mandarin or that I was culturally raised both American and Chinese,” she wrote in a comment on Instagram. “It means I had to pay my rent, and Hollywood is racist and wouldn’t cast me with a last name that made them uncomfortable. I’m doing everything I can, with the platform I have, to make sure no one has to change their name again, just so they can get work.”

It seems like Bennet would rather address bigger issues than answer questions about her love life.