Is Christina El Moussa back on the dating scene?
After being linked to both a mystery man and then Anaheim Ducks' hockey player Nate Thompson following a night out, a rep for the Flip or Flop star is shooting down those reports.
"It was NOT a date," her rep tells ET about the mystery man. "She was with a friend who she is doing a business project with."
As for the 32-year-old NHL center, her rep said they're also "just friends."
However, while Christina's rep maintains that HGTV star and Thompson are just friends, a source close to the athlete tells ET that it could turn into something more.
"Christina and Nate have gone on a couple dates together," the source tells ET. "It's still very new and they're seeing where it goes."
ET talked to Christina recently, who shared that she is doing "really good" following her split from Tarek El Moussa in 2016 after seven years of marriage.
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"I'm in a really good place," she revealed. "The kids are happy, they're healthy, Tarek and I are in a good spot. We have a lot of things that we're working on, cool things coming in the future, so we're just looking forward."
A source told ET in February that despite their separation filming for season seven of the popular HGTV show was underway, and that the exes were committed to co-parenting their two children, 6-year-old Taylor, and 1-year-old Hayden.
"Their children are their number one priority. They'll always communicate," the source told ET. "They're going to be cordial for the best of their family."
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After she and Tarek split, Christina briefly dated contractor Gary Anderson, but by February, ET learned that the two had broken things off.
Meanwhile, Christina took to Instagram recently to flaunt her insanely toned abs in a bikini while spending time with her daughter.
Watch the video below to see.
Reporting by Brendon Geoffrion and Jennifer Peros.