Love appears to be in the air for Chelsea Handler and Jo Koy.
It seems the comedians don't need to announce their official dating status: The two were spotted holding hands in LAX on Wednesday, September 22, while wearing face masks and sunglasses.
"Young love," the paparazzi said as they walked into the airport, which got a chuckle out of Koy.
When asked by the pap, per TMZ, who the better comedian was of the two, without hesitation, Koy said his blonde babe was "hands down." The pap then pressed the couple on the possibility of the two working together, with Koy revealing the lovebirds may have something in the works coming "soon."
The pair's most recent outing comes days after the Chelsea Handler Show-turned-Chelsea Lately star gushed she was "finally in love, with the best kind of guy there is." While riding her loved-up high, the actress told her 4.1 million Instagram followers that there is "hope for everyone" to find love.
Handler didn't name Koy as the man she had fallen for, but she didn't need to, as speculation of their blossoming romance has been circulating since earlier this month. The rumor mill started to churn when Handler and Koy attended the September 1st Dodgers baseball game together in matching gear.
Apart from Koy sharing a selfie of the two cuddled up together in the stands, a witness told celeb gossip account Deuxmoi they saw the 50-year-old "kiss a blonde next to him," noting it was hard to confirm if it was Handler because she was wearing a mask.
Despite Koy sending fans into a frenzy by sharing the adorable photo of the two, he maintained they were pals, until now. While appearing on TMZ Live days after the MLB game, the Metal Shop Masters host insisted he and Handler were just "great friends."
Before Handler and Koy were first linked, the author got candid about the type of guys she usually goes for, noting "white privileged" males who are ignorant to the social and political turmoil in the world won't make the cut.
Appearing on SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live at the end of June, Handler said she's not interested in stereotypical white straight men, insisting the category has been failing in recent years.