Gwyneth Paltrow and Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk are together, and have actually been a romantic item for several months, according to a new report.
The Oscar winner and her husband Chris Martin split, or consciously uncoupled if you will, back in March, shocking fans and sparking a media firestorm.
As things quieted down, she quietly began seeing her new man.
Paltrow, 41, has appeared on five episodes of the Fox show as Holly Holliday since 2010; Glee sources say "things started off professionally" between the pair.
That relationship evolved, however, and Paltrow recently stepped out with the 43-year-old executive producer for a dinner date at East Borough in L.A.
As for Gwyneth and Chris, just last month, the Coldplay frontman said in a handful of interviews that the spouses are still "friends" and "very close."
There has been a slew of speculation that Paltrow and Martin are back on, but instead, she appears to have moved on with Falchuk, himself newly divorced.
Brad and his wife of 10 years, Suzanne, filed for divorce in March 2013. The ex-partners share a daughter and son, just like Gwyneth and Chris do.
Here's hoping this works out for the best for all involved and they can all consciously couple up or coexist in some happy modern family sort of way.
I've learned more about myself being married than anything else. I hate to say, "We've got it worked out," because you never know what's going to happen, but we laugh, we're good friends, we like to do the same stuff.
It's hard being married. You go through great times, you go through terrible times. We're the same as any couple.
I definitely have to coax things out of him when we talk. You know, he's British, so it's a different lexicon totally. But you have to communicate. Otherwise there's no relationship.
We've gone through some terrible times where it's been really, really hard, but I've sort of come through those times with a much deeper understanding of myself. And we're still married. We worked through it. I think it's easier to get divorced. But I think the more you keep at it, the more you end up seeing the value in it. But man, sometimes it is not easy.
Sometimes it's hard being with someone for a long time. We go through periods that aren't all rosy. I always say, life is long and you never know what's going to happen.
I'm a very grounded, homey person and Chris is a very mad scientist, genius songwriter. So I never say, "Where are you? You should be home by now." I never place demands on him.
When two people throw in the towel at the same time, then you break up, but if one person's saying, 'come on, we can do this,' you carry on."