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Friday 6 March 2015

Lea Michele dating Glee co-star?

Lea Michele
Lea Michele

Lea Michele and her Glee co-star Cory Monteith are reportedly an item.

The Hollywood stars were seen getting cosy during a romantic Valentine's Day date, Life & Style magazine claims.

Eyewitnesses told the publication that Lea, 25, and Cory, 29, enjoyed an intimate evening together at Il Covo restaurant in Los Angeles.

"They were into each other all night," the source said. "She was very happy, flirting and touching Cory a lot. He just stared at her with puppy-dog eyes."

The pair apparently held hands and giggled with each other and didn't mind about being public with their affection for one another.

Cory even fed Lea some of his spaghetti and Lea was seen rubbing his back.

The pair were also seen out together three days later at the Ritz-Carlton.

"Cory is totally into her," a crew member from the set of their hit television show said.

Lea split from her longtime boyfriend Theo Stockman last September.

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