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Chelsea Handler Snuggles in Bed With 50 Cent

December 13, 2010 4:48 PM ET
Chelsea Handler Snuggles in Bed With 50 Cent
Courtesy of Chelsea Handler via Plixi.com
Chelsea Handler and 50 Cent aren't afraid of a little virtual PDA.

On Monday, the 35-year-old Chelsea Lately host tweeted a photo of herself planting a kiss on the rapper's cheek as the two cuddled in bed.

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"I don't know why anyone thinks I would ever date a rapper," Handler teased in the caption.

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The duo were first spotted together in October when they shared a romantic evening at a New Orleans bar. "It's been going on for a while," a source told UsMagazine.com at the time. "It's more of a hookup thing — whenever they are in the same town."

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Perhaps things are getting more serious between the twosome: 50 Cent (real name: Curtis Jackson) visited the comedienne in Newark, NJ just last week — the same weekend she called Angelina Jolie "a homewrecker" and a "f***ing c***" during her stand-up act.

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