Travis Barker Is Dating Arianny Celeste

Looks like Arianny Celeste is in the ring with Travis Barker.

The Blink-182 drummer was spotted on a date Sunday night at Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, California, with the UFC ring girl.

A pal of the pair told PEOPLE that the musician, 39, and model, 29, have been dating “for a couple of weeks.”

“It’s nothing serious yet,” the source added.

Blink-182 Bandmates Blast Tom DeLonge in Acrimonious Interview

Has Tom DeLonge officially left Blink-182?

It depends who you ask.

On Monday, two-thirds of Blink-182 – bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker – released a statement noting that guitarist/vocalist and founding member Tom DeLonge had “indefinitely” left the band.

Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler: The Story Behind Their Toxic Relationship

When they first met, it seemed like an oddball pairing – albeit one that worked.

Travis Barker: How the Plane Crash Changed Me

Three years after a horrific plane crash landed him in the hospital, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker says his life has changed in some surprising ways.

For starters, the rocker immediately adjusted his diet.

PHOTO: Travis Barker Teaches Rihanna to Beat the Drum

Drummer Travis Barker has been giving Rihanna private music lessons – and she’s a great student, he says.

“Teaching Rihanna some things on drums,” the blink-182 drummer tweeted on Tuesday, along with a photo of the pair at a rehearsal space in L.A. “She JAMS!!!!! Watch out for her!!”

How Travis Barker Is Surviving Year of Tragedy

Despite all he’s been through in the last year, Travis Barker is coping as best he can since the tragic plane crash and recent death of friend DJ AM, pal and pro skateboarder Rob Dyrdek tells PEOPLE.

He is doing “better than I would probably think anyone would really expect,” Dyrdek says. “I think he’s smart enough to know everything happens for a reason and he’s just dealing with it.”

Blink-182 Reschedules Two More Shows

Travis Barker needs more time to grieve.

“After much thought and consideration, Blink-182 has rescheduled their next two shows in order for Travis Barker to mourn the loss of his dear friend Adam Goldstein,” the band says in a statement.

Blink-182, which pulled out of Monday’s show in Saratoga, N.Y., will now play St. Louis on Sept. 29 and Cleveland on Sept. 30. To accommodate the change, shows in Charlotte, N.C., and Atlanta have also moved to Oct. 6 and Oct. 7 respectively.

Grieving Blink 182 Pulls Out of Concert

After struggling through a weekend show, Travis Barker’s band Blink 182 pulled out of a Saratoga, N.Y., concert Monday, citing the “circumstances surrounding the unfortunate and untimely passing of our dear friend Adam ‘DJ AM’ Goldstein.”

Performances by Weezer, Taking Back Sunday and Chester French were set to continue as planned along with “some special surprises,” Blink 182 said in a statement. “We thank all of our fans for their support in this tough time.”

Blink-182 Struggles Through Show After DJ AM's Death

Having expressed his sadness earlier in the day via Twitter about the loss of his friend DJ AM, Travis Barker had to face the music – and the crowd – at a Blink-182 concert Saturday night in Hartford, Conn.

“This night is really hard for us on stage,” bassist Mark Hoppus said from the stage. “We lost a dear friend yesterday. His name was Adam Goldstein. You probably know him as DJ AM. He was an innovator and a genius and he loved music more than anything else. Above all he was a dear friend.”

Travis Barker Expresses His Grief over DJ AM

Having shared the harrowing experience of narrowly escaping death together last September – when the Learjet carrying them crashed while taking off from Columbia, South Carolina, killing the four others on board – Blink-182’s Travis Barker is now sharing his sentiments about the loss of his friend Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein.