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Two familiar faces in Hollywood are ready to mingle this holiday season. E! News has learned that David Foster and Christie Brinkley enjoyed a night out in New York City together earlier this week. And by one eyewitnesses account, it definitely looked like a date. An eyewitness tells us that the music producer and supermodel went to Ralph Lauren's Polo Bar in the Big Apple on Wednesday night. According to another Instagram post, Hillary Clinton appeared at the same hotspot where she said hello to the duo. Perhaps it was just a friendly night out talking holidays and business. But later in the evening, the pair reportedly attended Chris Botti's show at the Blue Note Jazz »
The 62-year-old supermodel and the 67-year-old Grammy-winning musician were spotted together at Ralph Lauren's Polo Bar in New York City on Wednesday night, and were together again the following night, when they went to Madison Square Garden to hear Andrea Bocelli sing. A source tells Et the two were in fact on a date on Thursday, however, there's "nothing serious" between the two just yet.
"[It's] just a date really," the source says of their concert outing. "This is so brand new there is nothing to report at this time."
Coincidentally, Brinkley and Foster were greeted at the Polo Bar by Hillary Clinton, who happened to be at the venue at the same time they were.
And their night didn't end there. Later, they went »
The couple will host a night of power performances to raise money for the Rainforest Fund at their biennial benefit concert. This year’s gala, “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” marks 27 years of the fund and will be held Dec. 14 at Carnegie Hall.
The performers will take the »
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