Are Adrien Brody & January Jones Secretly Dating?

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Adrien Brody and January Jones in Malibu
January Jones and Adrien Brody were spotted holding hands at a party. Are they a couple?

Malibu, Calif. was the place to be this past Memorial Day weekend, if you were a celeb. Not only were Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, and their kids partying it up on the beach, but Adrien Brody and Mad Men star January Jones were seen holding hands together at another party, alongside other revelers like Gavin Rossdale, Gwen Stefani, Kate Beckinsale, and Robert Downey Jr.

According to the U.K.’s Daily Mail, Adrien and January were extremely flirty with each other in front of everyone, but left separately in order to avoid being photographed by the paparazzi. They were previously spotted a few weeks earlier, enjoying a romantic evening together at New York’s Rose Bar. So is this a new, A-list budding romance or are the actors just “good friends”? Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Hit The Beach

Although there’s no word yet from either of their reps, January Jones is no stranger to dating hunky actors. Before she became famous as Betty Draper, January dated a pre-Demi Moore Ashton Kutcher, who reportedly told her to give up her dreams because she was never going to make it as an actress. (Boy, Ashton must feel like an idiot for saying that now!) She was also linked to Jeremy Piven and Josh Groban, so, her dating type is...well, let’s just say that it’s eclectic. Ex Ashton Told January Jones To Quit Acting

Adrien Brody is no slouch in the romance department either, and although he was recently seen “getting cozy” with Paris Hilton in Cannes, we will cut him some slack since he is on the rebound, after having broken up with his long-term girlfriend, Spanish actress Elsa Pataky, last year.

The romance between January and Adrien may just be a fling, but we would love it if they became the next Hollywood power couple. Don’t be so shy to have your picture taken together on your next date, you crazy kids!

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