It seems Chelsea Handler has found a new flame in her life, and it apparently happens to be her longtime pal Jo Koy.
The Chelsea Handler Show-turned-Chelsea Lately star reportedly attended the Wednesday, September 1, L.A. Dodgers game with fellow comedian Koy (born Joseph Glenn Herbert Sr). The rumored couple was seen sitting close to one another as they donned matching Dodgers gear, and according to a witness, the duo even shared a kiss or two!
"Jo Koy at Dodger game in LA!" the witness told Instagram celeb gossip account Deuxmoi. "Saw Chelsea Handler on the big screen and obvi googled the two of them. Then saw him kiss a blonde next to him (she is masked so it's hard to tell)."
Apart from enjoying his time with the woman on his arm, Koy also threw the first pitch at the start of the game, Radar reported.
News of Handler and Koy's rumored PDA comes after another source told the gossip site that the two were recently "spotted making out" in Montecito, Calif.
The comedians have yet to confirm their alleged romance, but Koy shared a photo to his Instagram Story of the two cuddled up together at the game. The 50-year-old didn't write anything alongside the picture of them smiling, but he did tag the blonde babe.
Adding fuel to the fire, Koy — who shares 18-year-old son named Joseph J. Herbert Jr. with ex-wife Angie King — has been featured in several of Handler's TikTok videos lately.
Koy recently touched on his working relationship with his alleged new lady, revealing in April that he turned down her offer to join Chelsea Lately because he "didn't want to be known as the sidekick. I knew if I took that on, I would be known as Chelsea Handler's guy on the side," Koy explained.
The father-of-one admitted the 46-year-old didn't handle his rejection well. "She cursed me out so hard on the phone," Koy recalled, adding: "Every curse word you could possibly think of, telling me it's the stupidest decision. And I get it. She was offended."
"She knew that this thing was going to be a hit and here I am pulling away as if I don't believe it or something," he continued. Handler refused to give up, he explained, as she called him up and "put me on the show and next thing you know everyone thought I was one of the cast members because I was on it so much."
Handler previously got real in June about the men she is interested in dating, noting "white privileged" males who are ignorant to the social and political turmoil in the world aren't making the cut.