Well, we can't say we're surprised!
The twosome have been linked since November after meeting on E!'s new dating show, Famously Single. HIGHlarious!
In an interview with E! News, the Danity Kane alum shared:
But of course! The shows a big success for AMC! They'd be crazy not to continue on!
There was a lot of concern around the TCA today when AMC opted out of having an executive Q&E session, as this would have been the opportune time for inquiring minds to ask about the future of the series Mad Men.
Thankfully, the network execs threw everyone a bone and announced that the series would be getting a fifth season shortly before presenting its new series, The Killing.
AMC SVP Joel Stillerman made the announcement, though he added it was all still in "negotiations."
Uh-oh. Why don't we like the sound of "negotiations"?
Perhaps they are just waiting to see how well the show fairs at the Golden Globes, like last year.