Elisabeth Moss Locks Lips With Mystery Man in NYC

The ‘Mad Men’ actress was caught on camera flaunting PDA with someone outside the Black Door bar on Saturday night, August 4.

Elisabeth Moss locked lips with a mystery man in New York City on Saturday night, August 4. The 36-year-old actress was caught on camera standing outside the Black Door bar with the guy. According to TMZ, the two flaunted PDA since they were still inside the bar.

In some photos obtained by the site, the Emmy-winning actress was seen wearing a black flowery mini dress with a minimum makeup. Her blonde hair looked a little bit messy as she appeared to carry a white big bag on her shoulder. The mystery man donned a red-stripped T-shirt and has a raven hair. Unfortunately, his face wasn’t visible in the photos. The man was photographed cupping Elisabeth’s face and kissing her, while “The Handmaid’s Tale” star put one of her hands on the man’s waist.

Onlookers claimed that they were “super affectionate inside the bar, kissing and stuff.” The pair reportedly had a couple of drinks before leaving the bar at around 2 A.M.

It looks like Elisabeth has found a new boyfriend after she claimed that she had problem with her dating life due to her busy schedule. “It’s actually a problem,” she admitted during an interview with Marie Claire. “But I’m very focused on my work… so it’s difficult to find the time to give yourself to somebody.”

The “Mad Men” alum was previously married to comedian Fred Armisen for three years before they got divorced in 2011. Elisabeth stated that she had nothing against marriage after the divorce. “I have nothing against getting married again, but what I value even more now is the relationship itself,” she told the magazine.

“It’s been eight years. I’m older, and hopefully wiser. I’m a romantic, so I love weddings, but I also don’t think you need [a wedding] to have a long-lasting, healthy relationship,” the blonde beauty said. “Some of the relationships I know that have lasted the longest are the ones that didn’t.”

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