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Mary-Kate Olsen and Hockey Hottie Sean Avery Hooking Up

November 03, 2007 04:23:16 GMT

Talk is heating up that Mary-Kate Olsen is dating hockey hottie Sean Avery.


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We have yet enough rumors on Ashley Olsen dating cyclist Lance Armstrong. The supposedly new hookup has been allover the news lately with their being spotted almost everywhere in New York. Hot on the heels of their romance rumors now comes a new report that suggests Ashley's twin sister Mary-Kate Olsen has also scored herself a new man who happens to be professional hockey player Sean Avery.

Unlike Ashley and Lance who're far apart in age, Mary-Kate is six years younger than Avery. TMZ.com quoted sources as saying things are getting hot between the new hookup. No obvious evidence available of their being together but Avery is said to have been seen squiring Mary-Kate all over the Big Apple.

Ashley and Lance have been all over the news in the past few days, sparked dating rumors with their being spotted meeting up at least twice this week. First they were seen getting close on Monday night October 29th at the Rose Bar inside the Gramercy Park Hotel. They are claimed to come "together with a group of friends. Ashley drank red wine, sat on his lap and they were making out all night. They left together around 2 a.m."

Then they were spotted together again in the early hours of Wednesday morning October 31st at hip restaurant the Waverly Inn.

As of Mary-Kate, she ended her romance with Greek shipping heir Stavros Niarchos III in 2005. Niarchos then began dating hotel heiress and socialite Paris Hilton which led to a rift between the two females.

Avery is currently playing for National Hockey League's the New York Rangers. He has been romantically linked to Rachel Hunter but they ended their year-long relationship in June 2005. He dated Elisha Cuthbert until their relationship ended in August 2007.

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