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Olivia Munn is in love — it seems — and not terrifically discreet about it.
Despite the fact that news had yet to break that her new boyfriend John Mulaney was set to divorce his wife of six years, Anna Marie Tendler, Munn was overheard loudly gushing about him at such out-of-the-way places as Craig’s last weekend, we hear.
Page Six is told that Munn hit the West Hollywood see-and-be-scene last Saturday night with pals including “iCarly” star Miranda Cosgrove, social personality Amanda Cerny and comic Esther Povitsky, and she was making it very clear to the group she’s “very into him.”
It wasn’t until the following Monday that Page Six exclusively reported that Mulaney had dumped Tendler, we’re told that Munn was “telling everyone [she and Mulaney] were together.”
The group also hit the Comedy Store together after dinner, we’re told.
As we previously reported Mulaney, who checked himself into rehab for 60 days late last year after struggling with alcohol and drug abuse, asked for a divorce from Tendler three months ago.
Artist Tendler said through her spokesperson, “I am heartbroken that John has decided to end our marriage.”
On Thursday — just two days after the announcement and amid his return to the stand-up stage for the first time since his rehab stay — People reported that he is now dating the “Mission Force One” actress.
The “Kid Gorgeous” comic — who also had a hit with Nick Kroll collaboration, “Oh, Hello” — checked into rehab in December last year.
He first became sober at age 23, but relapsed during the pandemic. He revealed on stage during his comedy comeback at City Winery this week that friends staged an intervention before he checked into an inpatient facility in Pennsylvania.
In a 2019 interview he revealed he’d had a tricky relationship with booze from an early age, saying he’d started drinking at age 13.
“I drank for attention,” he said. “I was really outgoing, and then at 12, I wasn’t. I didn’t know how to act. And then I was drinking, and I was hilarious again.”
A rep for Munn didn’t get back to us.
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