The Girls Next Door: Holly Madison Rumored to be Dating Russell Brand
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Has Holly Madison found herself a new man? Word on the street is that the former Girls Next Door star and Dancing with the Stars season 8 contestant is dating Russell Brand, an English comedian actor who achieved mainstream fame in the U.K. for presenting a Big Brother spin-off, Big Brother's Big Mouth, and for his radio show, among other television series and award ceremonies. Still doesn't ring a bell? You might remember him for his stint as Kristen Bell's on-screen boyfriend, British rocker Aldous Snow, in Forgetting Sarah Marshall and as Mickey in Bedtime Stories.

According to, The Girl Next Door star was spotted getting cozy with Brand at P.Diddy's table at TAO in Las Vegas during Jay-Z's Fight Night Party last Saturday. The two were joined by David Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Cassie, and former Spice Girl Mel B. Bystanders claimed that Brand and Madison "were flirting with each other all night."

"They were very focused on each other and definitely looked like they had a romantic interest in each other," a source told The FABlife, adding that the pair spent most of the evening cozying up to each other.

At this point, these are just rumors so it's hard to believe the buzz unless either Madison or Brand confirms it. On the other hand, that's how Madison's relationship with Mindfreak illusionist Criss Angel started so you'll never know.

When Madison joined Dancing with the Stars, she revealed that romance is the farthest thing in her mind these days.

"I don't think anyone would bother starting romance rumors about me.  I am all business," said Madison, who split with Mindfreak illusionist Criss Angel after four months of dating.  "I don't want any romance in my life right now.  I could never find a guy who will live up to my expectations."

Prior to Criss Angel, Madison dated 83-year-old Playboy mogul, Hugh Hefner, who also stars on The Girls Next Door.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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