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OTRC: Justin Timberlake 'not romantically involved,' rep says

Ashley Olsen appears in a still from her 2004 movie, 'New York Minute.' / Justin Timberlake appears in a still from his 2009 film, 'The Open Road.' (Warner Bros. Pictures / Odd Lot Entertainment)

Justin Timberlake's rep has denied the singer is dating anyone, following reports that he had become romantically involved with actress Ashley Olsen.

Timberlake, 30, and Olsen, 24, were spotted at an off-Broadway production of "Sleep No More" in New York City last week, but Timberlake's rep told People magazine, "Justin is not romantically involved with anyone."

A source close to Olsen told People: "I'm not sure if Ashley is serious with Justin or not - they aren't dating but they have hooked up recently."

In March, Timberlake and actress Jessica Biel called it quits after four years of dating.

"She is the single-handedly most significant person in my life," Timberlake told Vanity Fair for their July issue. "In my 30 years, she is the most special person... I don't want to say much more, because I have to protect things that are dear to me - for instance, her."

Timberlake rose to fame as a member of the boy band N'Sync before launching his solo career and has taken home six Grammy Awards and two Emmy Awards. His first two albums each sold over 7 million copies. He has made headlines for his high-profile relationships with Britney Spears, Cameron Diaz and Biel.

He will next appear on screen with Diaz in the movie "Bad Teacher," which comes out on June 24. Timberlake also stars opposite Mila Kunis in "Friends With Benefits," which is set for release on July 22.

In April, Timberlake was romantically linked to "House M.D." actress Olivia Wilde. The actress addressed the rumors on her Twitter account.

"Cool it, honey badgers. We are just friends and have been for years," Wilde wrote on her Twitter page in April.

Wilde and Timberlake are currently filming the sci-fi movie "Now," which tells of a futuristic society where people cannot age and can only remain alive as long as they pay for it, which helps control overpopulation. They also co-starred in the 2006 film, "Alpha Dog."

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