Sunday, February 18, 2007
People mag is reporting that Cameron Diaz, freshly broken up with Justin Timberlake and denying reports that she's dating surfer Kelly Slater, was seen "canoodling" (what the hell does that even mean?) with actor Djimon Hounsou:
“It looked like the perfect post-Valentine’s Day date,” a patron tells PEOPLE of the pair, who were with several other friends.
“They were totally vibing each other, lip-on-lip action,” says the source. “Cameron looked so happy… Djimon followed her every move.”
Diaz, 34, and Hounsou, 42, hit the dancefloor for Michael Jackson’s “Burn This Disco Out” and Gnarls Barkley’s version of “Gone Daddy Gone,” says the onlooker, adding, “They were dancing really close, bodies pressed together.”
A rep for Diaz says the pair are just friends. “Cameron was out to dinner with friends, they ran into Djimon and he joined them for a drink at Hyde,” says the rep. “They are friends, nothing more.”
A rep for Hounsou did not return calls for comment."
Do you think as a celeb in Hollywood (or NYC, for that matter), you have to immediately call your rep the morning after a hookup, prior to your walk of shame, so that they're in the know and can avoid calls from trash rags who find out? That seems kind of annoying to have to do: I mean, "Sorry Adrian, no cuddles right now, I've gotta call Leslie Sloane-Zelnick."
And as always, I love the sources they find. "Totally vibing each other"? What does that entail?