Rap Mogul And
Actress Dating?

Adam Levine, Alex Rodriguez and Jude Law: Has Cameron Diaz added Bad Boy mogul Diddy to her growing list of really random alleged hookups?

Cameron, Sean, do you two have something to tell us?

They've been denying the hookup rumors for weeks, but Cameron Diaz and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs have allegedly been caught locking lips on the streets of the City That Never Sleeps.

According to The New York Post, a "Page Six" spy saw the couple "kissing" at PH-D, a bar located inside Manhattan's Dream Downtown Hotel, last Saturday night.

And they weren't making any effort to hide the affection!

Cameron allegedly had dinner with friends in the hotel lobby before moving upstairs to the bar, where she was eventually joined by the rapper.

"After the music mogul ordered multiple bottles of Ciroc, Grey Goose and Patron, onlookers said Diaz and Diddy were attached to each other all night," the paper reports.

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"They were kissing and making out" in a "very affectionate" manner before leaving together with the group around 3 a.m., according to the spy.

Diddy and Cameron were spotted having lunch last month, but both their reps claimed the old chums were merely dining and discussing a potential film project.

"They are friends and are not dating," Cameron's publicist said at the time.

Diddy, 42, has long been romantically linked to his Bad Boy Records protégé, singer Cassie. Cameron, 39, broke it off with her last squeeze, New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, in September.

We're guessing Gwyneth Paltrow won't be thrilled by these developments. She's been playing cupid, desperately trying to set pal Cameron up with British screen star Jude Law for months.

Gwyn invited Cameron to see Jude in the play Anna Christie a few weeks ago, but the pair failed to make a love connection.

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