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Fran Drescher Shares Her Attachment To New Email Inventor Boyfriend!

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Fran Drescher may have just hit the trifecta! Because it's not easy to land a man who is handsome, younger than you AND most likely LOADED!!!

But ch-ch-check out mama Franny showing off her new boyfriend, the guy who happens to be the inventor of email!

Yeah, like email, email!

His name is Shiva Ayyadurai and he's credited with coming up with the world changing technology while he was still in high school!

The two new lovebirds posed for pictures on the red carpet together while attending the premiere of Bridegroom in Beverly Hills this week.

Fran introduced Shiva, who's seven years younger than her, to reporters and revealed that she loves to cook with her new Indian-American BF!

Drescher also shared that they have everything planned for Halloween except for their couple's costume! Fran said:

"I don't think we've decided yet but we know what we're doing. We've got some really good parties to go to and Iron & Wine, which is one of my favorite bands, is playing down at the Orpheum so we're gonna be doing all that. I can't do anything but sexy so we gotta work along those lines."

56-years-old never looked so seksi!

Congrats on the new romance, Franny!

[Image via David Livingston/GETTY.]

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2 comments to “Fran Drescher Shares Her Attachment To New Email Inventor Boyfriend!”

  1. Lady Helen Highwater says – reply to this


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    If she was not so totally over the hill,
    they could have had interesting looking children
    Not attractive children, just interesting looking children



  2. 2

    Interesting story, I did not know that. When I went to work for my last employer in 1988, we had a very primitive form of email that was interactive, meaning you could not do a draft message and proofread it, you were typing online and then hitting send. We were all thrilled when our company came out with a new proprietary email system that had 16 whole boxes (not counting the In and Out baskets) that stored up to 300 messages per basket.