Now that Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have finally confirmed what the rest of the world has suspected for a long time (that their relationship is truly and finally over), there's been much speculation about who JT's next girlfriend will be. And while Olivia Munn managed to grab some headlines when news broke of her supposed fling with the singer-turned-actor, Justin's first choice has long been rumored to be his Friends With Benefits co-star, Mila Kunis, whom he "aggressively pursued" during this past awards season.
Supposedly, according to US Magazine via Celebitchy, Justin was "obsessed" and "smitten" with Mila last fall when they were shooting the upcoming rom-com, but Mila, who was still with Macaulay Culkin at the time, reportedly wasn't interested in a guy with a girlfriend. But, now that she's broken up with Macaulay, and Justin has seemingly dumped Jessica, will these two get together? Justin Timberlake "Aggressively Pursuing" Mila Kunis
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A source close to Timberlake recently told People Magazine that Justin and Mila are simply friends, and any reports that she played a role in Jessica and Justin's split aren't true.
"Mila had nothing to do with their break-up...In fact, no one came between them. They decided their relationship ran its course and it was time to move on," said the source, adding: "They're not in a relationship...They star in a movie called Friends with Benefits but they're just friends. That's it. They are not together." Is Justin Timberlake Ready To Move On?
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Is it us or does that anonymous source protest too much? It kind of reminds us of that Angelina Jolie interview where she said that she would never go for a married man and didn't "need" Brad Pitt as her lover. Who knows? Perhaps Jessica Biel is on her way to becoming the next (younger, and technically never married) Jennifer Aniston in a different Hollywood love triangle.
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