Katie appears to be the first leading lady on Will's arm since he split from comedienne Amy Poehler in September of last year.
News has exclusively learned that Will Arnett has been cozying up to celebrity chef Katie Lee.
The magazine about his newfound single status, saying "I've found my happiness," and revealed his recent "obsession" with the gym."If going to the gym obsessively for eight, nine months was my way of dealing, then let that be my worst problem," Will told the mag."Life is challenging, and I'd say that there's no guidebook—but there's about a million guidebooks out there."And considering Katie's impressive skills in the kitchen, it looks like Will may still need to maintain his relationship with the gym!
Will also confessed in the interview that dating "all seems very scary.""I don't know what you do," he joked. "Katie was married to Billy Joel for five years before the two announced their divorce in 2009.
Will and Amy wed in 2003 and have two sons together, Archie, 4, and Abel, 2.
This was his second trip down the aisle—he previously divorced Penelope Ann Miller in 1995 after one year of marriage. But Will isn't the only one who is moving on after his marriage ended.
Amy reportedly began dating fellow comedian Nick Kroll six months after she announced that she and Will were getting a divorce.
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