Reggie Bush: Saints Star Continues to Show off Kardashian Clone
A Kim Kardashian look-a-like is taking up all of the free time of Reggie Bush of late.
As the NFL lockout rolls on with no end in sight, the New Orleans Saints running back has found a new activity to focus on. Over the weekend Bush was once again spotted with the sexy Melissa Molinaro at Playhouse in Hollywood Friday night.
Who is the latest love interest of Bush with a bigger than life behind?
She was famously compared to Bush's ex-girlfriend after a Old Navy commercial that aired earlier in the year. Molinaro is an aspiring actress and singer that is still looking for her big break.
She has appeared on Making the Band 3, Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search For the Next Doll and is currently set to debut her new pop/dance album by the end of 2011. She is also set to have a major role in the upcoming movie Honey 2.
In otherwards, 2011 is her year and she is putting out enough content until you realize this.
TMZ.com reports the fling is heating u rather quickly:
Sources close to the couple tell TMZ ... the two met roughly two years ago through mutual friends ... but stayed platonic because they were both seeing other people at the time.
We're told the pair reconnected last summer -- after Reggie and the "real" Kim parted ways -- and became "official" by Christmas.
Things have been heating up fast -- the two have been spotted at the movies, at church ... and Reggie even hopped a flight to London earlier this month to watch Melissa perform at a London nightclub.
After his break up with Kim K, Bush was visibly distraught and seemed quite sad about the whole ordeal.
But as the Jay-Z song goes...Bush is "on to the next one" and looks to be doing better than ever.
With his NFL career with the Saints in serious jeopardy, Bush has no idea where he will be running the football next season. There is nothing he can do about it until the lockout ends.
Yet from the looks of it—he is taking hold of the one situation that he currently has complete control over.
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