Olivia Jade wears a mask while cozying up to mystery man amid comeback from the college admissions scandal
Olivia Jade Giannulli masked up as she stepped out for a night time on the city with a new mystery man amid her “Dancing with the Stars” comeback following two years of coping with the college admissions scandal.
The daughter of Lori Loughlin was noticed getting cozy with a new man while out on the city together with her mates, partying at West Hollywood’s Delilah nightclub. The YouTube influencer sported a white mask, black tank high and brown dishevelled pants while her new man rocked black denims and a grey jacket. It’s unclear what the nature of their relationship is, however they have been photographed strolling hand-in-hand in addition to partaking in an intimate embrace.
Although the duo was clearly flirty, they didn’t kiss as she was diligently carrying her mask. He didn’t put on a mask.
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The star is probably going beneath strict guidelines when it comes to potential publicity given her present run on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” Last week, the YouTube influencer, who has spent the higher a part of the final two years steeped in the college admissions scandal, debuted on Season 30 of the hit competitors present alongside her skilled dancing companion, Val Chmerkovskiy.
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During the first episode, Olivia Jade wasn’t shy about acknowledging the scandal that her identify has been synonymous with since 2019.
“The last few years I’ve been wrapped up in a scandal,” she mentioned throughout the premiere. “I did step back from social media and just soak in what everybody was saying. I’m not trying to pull a pity card, I just need to step forward and do better.”
In addition to Olivia Jade, sister Isabella was swept up in the scandal after it got here to mild that their dad and mom paid $500,000 to rip-off mastermind William “Rick” Singer to get the ladies recruited to the University of Southern California’s crew workforce regardless of neither lady beforehand collaborating in the sport.
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