Bronny James appears to still be going strong with his rumored girlfriend, Peyton Gelfuso.
The oldest son of Lakers superstar LeBron James attended his senior prom at Sierra Canyon High School in California, according to photos recently shared on social media, shortly after he announced his commitment to play at USC next season.
The 18-year-old Bronny had his mother, Savannah James, “lost for words” as he sported a custom black Chrome Hearts suit with Dior shoes for the big night.
The 6-foot-3 guard opted to go shirtless under his designer suit jacket, which featured the brand’s signature cross designs.
Gelfuso, who turned 19 in December, looked stunning in a black strapless dress as her blonde hair was styled with curls.
The pair also attended Sierra Canyon’s prom together in 2022.
Savannah, who also shares son Bryce, 18, and daughter Zhuri, 8, with James, 38, reflected on Bronny’s memorable evening Monday on Instagram.
The future USC student-athlete can be seen posing outside the family home in Savannah’s post, which was captioned, “Prom 2023.”
Gelfuso splits her time between Los Angeles and Dallas, according to her Instagram bio, which states she attends Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Texas and is a member of the Tri Delta sorority.
She is also listed on the honor roll at the prestigious Dallas-area university.
Gelfuso previously attended Sierra Canyon and was involved in a number of sports, according to reports.
Both Bronny and Gelfuso have yet to confirm they are dating.
Bronny made headlines recently when James seemingly backpedaled on his previous aspirations of wanting to play in the NBA with his son.
Shortly after the Lakers defeated the Golden State Warriors in Game 3 of the Western Conference semifinals — which took place the same day Broony committed to USC — James hinted that his son’s desires may differ from his.
“I’ve done what I’ve had to do in this league, and my son is going to take his journey,” he said at the time . “And whatever his journey, however his journey lays out, he’s going to do what’s best for him. And as his dad, and his mom, Savannah, and his brother and sister, we’re going to support him in whatever he decides to do.
“So, just because that’s my aspiration or my goal, doesn’t mean it’s his. And I’m absolutely OK with that.”
In the weeks following James’ comments, the Lakers were swept by the Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference Finals, losing Game 4 on Monday, 113-111.
In his post-game press conference, James cryptically said he has “a lot to think about” this offseason — and separately told ESPN he is considering retirement.
Sources also told Bleacher Report’s Chris Haynes that James has “a lot to weigh” and will “take his time in deciding if he’ll return for year 21.”