So it’s no wonder when he was spotted out with swimsuit model Kelly Rohrbach, people assumed it was a date.
Even if it was just playing golf, we’re talking two hot and single people, all those balls and shafts and holes — the course can be a very sensual environment.
“This needs to be clarified. Aaron and Kelly are just friends, and they went to play golf together. There’s absolutely nothing weird or scandalous there, and it’s ridiculous that [the tabloids] are making it into something…
Aaron saw the reports about Kelly and thought they were funny. He was like, ‘I guess every time I even look at a girl, people are going to say we’re getting married.’ But no, it doesn’t bother him. He knows it comes with the territory.”
We don’t know how ridiculous the assumptions are, but we can understand why Aaron would want to shut down the dating talk. Rumors quickly evolved into whispers he was seeing Rohrbach BEFORE breaking up with Munn!
But the source isn’t just denying he’s going Live with Kelly — supposedly the quarterback isn’t ready to go the full 18 holes with anyone right now:
“Aaron is a young, handsome, single guy. You’re going to see him out and about with friends, and you’re going to see him with girls. That’s just going to happen. He’s having a good time hanging out with people who he likes. He’s just having fun, and he deserves it.”
“Originally, my romantic interest, played by Jon Bass, is a Jonah Hill type. It was written that he had a big crush on [C.J.] and she’s kind of a bitch to him. I kept thinking, I would love this guy. I would hook up with him. He’s the funniest character, and to me, humor is the sexiest thing.”
Didn’t you guys know Leonardo DiCaprio is hilarious? Ha!
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