Condoleezza Rice and Randy Jackson: Possibly Hitting It!

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Might former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice and current American Idol judge Randy Jackson have shared a night of passion at the Beverly Wilshire hotel?!?

According to a new reports in Us Weekly, the answer is, astonishingly, YES; though said passion might have been based around a common interest in music, not one another's naked bodies.

Allow us to explain:

When Rice, a classically trained pianist, was in Los Angeles for her March 24 appearance on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, she asked to meet Jackson for a private conversation at the aforementioned, fancy hotel.

Sources say the music producer "was sort of mystified" at the request, but you don't say no to a one-time secretary of state that may or may not have authorized the extensive use of torture.

"She's a longtime admirer of Randy and enjoyed the opportunity to meet him in person and talk about their common passion for music," Rice's spokesman told the tabloid, while an insider said she found the judge "to be absolutely intriguing."

Does this mean more took place between Rice and Jackson than just a friendly chat? We don't know.

But the Beverly Wilshire is the hotel where Richard Gere and Julia Roberts' characters fell in love during Pretty Woman? Just sayin.

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