Sean Faris , Cherie Jimenez - Launch of '6 Bullets to Hell' - Arrivals at Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 10th May 2016
Kate Upton was spotted with Maksim - or someone who looks like Maksim - at a New York eatery this week.
It's a question that's been on our minds all week. Is Kate Upton dating Dancing with the Stars professional Maksim Chmerkovskiy? The duo were apparently spotted enjoying each other's company at Scalinatella in New York City this week, though management at the Upper East Side eatery debunked reports of a relationship and told E! news that their dinner "did not look intimate at all."
Meanwhile, a source told E! News that the two "are just good friends" while a second source close to Maksim said they've "heard nothing about them dating." Anyhow, the restaurant in New York couldn't even confirm that it was the dancer with the buxom Vogue cover model though did note that the two dinner guests appeared "just friends."
Upton - now one of the world's most popular models - has remained mum on her dating life in recent years, though vehemently denied she was dating Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander during a Fox News interview back in February. Past reports have linked Kate to Sean 'P Diddy' Combs, Kanye West, football ace Mark Sanchez and even Never Back Down actor Sean Faris.
Continue reading: So, Is Kate Upton Dating Maksim Chmerkovskiy Or Not?
Sean Faris - Sean Faris and Guest Beverly Hills, California - The 2nd Annual Thirst Gala held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel - Arrivals Tuesday 28th June 2011
Effective drama can happen in a grocery store. Many priceless movie moments have taken place in unexpected locations. But Never Back Down doesn't bring earnestness and truth to this scene; it just feels awkward and clueless. There's also a scene where Jake breaks out his newly learned karate moves when a car behind him honks at a stop sign. And the music video-esque scene in which Jake's mother charges through the house and dramatically, um, does the laundry.
Continue reading: Never Back Down Review