Ryan Lochte has gone Hollywood.
The Olympic swimmer was spotted at a Hollywood nightclub with his childhood crush, Carmen Electra, according to E!. The two were seen together at Bootsy Bellows in a booth kissing, and later standing up while locking lips.
An “eyewitness” at the club told E!, “They did not leave together, and I am not sure if they will see each other again. But they have been tweeting and instagraming back and forth.” Ah, young love.
Lochte revealed to E! back in July that Electra was his biggest crush growing up.
“By far, still my all-time favorite to this day is Carmen Electra. I don’t even know why, I see her and I’m just like, ‘Woah!’”
We’re sure she’s pleased to know that he doesn’t know why he likes her so much.
Both the 40-year-old Electra and the 28-year-old Lochte posted pictures to social media pages. Lochte posted the following picture with the caption “Me and beautiful @carmenelectra my biggest crush since childhood. Finally meeting her. #jeah.” Jeah is right.
Photo via Instagram/RyanLochte
Electra also used Lochte’s annoying catchphrase in her post. She wrote “So nice to meet u. JEAH!!!”
Photo via Twitter/@CarmenElectra
There’s no word where this relationship will take these two blossoming love birds, but E!’s source said the two are both single. Lochte has a “docu-series” (whatever that means) coming out on E! in April, and there’s no better way to drive up interest in a show than throwing out some good old fashioned relationship rumors.
One thing is for certain. If these two ever hit the beach, no lifeguard is required.
“Why?! Why are they still putting us in these terrible sleeved jerseys?”
“I’m very proud of them. Our guys fought tonight. They did a tremendous job and it’s just that Miami is a great, great team and that’s what happens with great teams. They ratchet it up on you and squeeze you for about five or six minutes and then they take the game. That’s what championships have always done, so I couldn’t ask any more of our guys. I thought they did everything they could do.”
– Doug Collins reacted to the Sixers’ 102-93 loss like a rec-league coach
Someone tell NESN assistant editor Zach Stoloff to start sleeping like a normal human being.
when you wake up at 3 p.m., going to bed at 10:30 a.m begins to seem like a totally reasonable proposition...—
Zach Stoloff (@zachstoloff) March 09, 2013
Is it just us, or do long-range shots seem to be falling more frequently these days?