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We could only hope, right?!
It looks like Kaley Cuoco and Sam Hunt are the two latest stars to be on everyone's radar when it comes to a possible romance brewing, after the single celebs were spotted leaving a Grammys after-party together last night. Cuoco, and her fantastic jumpsuit that accentuated her enviable figure, was photographed heading out of Hyde nightclub in Hollywood alongside the country music hunk.
Although there was no visible PDA between the two, E! News is told there was definitely some playful and flirty chemistry.
"She was really happy, you can see it," an eyewitness tells us. "It looked like they completely hit it off and were trying to downplay the flirtation as friendship but it was pretty undeniable. Kaley kept talking to him with her hand over her mouth," the source adds, noting that Cuoco kept poking fun at the fact that people will start speculating that they're dating.
Well, why not? Two hot single people who get along should give it a go.
E! News has reached out to both camps for comment.
Although he didn't confirm anything romantic happening with Cuoco, Hunt did give a quick lesson on Bro Code while chatting with paparazzi last night. When a shutterbug asked the former athlete (via TMZ), "If you buddy dates your ex-girlfriend in a small town is that against guy code?"
Hunt responded, "Of course," and explained that just because it's a small town doesn't give a guy the right to date a friend's ex. "You gotta explore other the counties."
He also shared that he absolutely will not let Kaley borrow his cowboy hat. Sorry, girl!
Cuoco was last linked to ex-husband Ryan Sweeting, whom she'd divorced late last year. Meanwhile, we have yet to see Hunt in a public relationship, but it seems like he's just searching for that special connection.
There aren't really any specific qualities I have," he previously told E! News when asked what he looks for in a woman. "I just have an open mind to a person that I will connect with in a very unique way. I kind of like that I don't know even know what those qualities are. It's more about just an invisible connection that you can't put your finger on."