Hey, that's not Miranda Kerr.
No, Orlando Bloom isn't cheating on his lovely wife. He is preparing to make his Broadway debut in a modern adaptation of the Shakespeare play "Romeo and Juliet" with Condola Rashad and the two posed for a promotional photo shoot on Wednesday, Aug. 8. They rode a motorcycle and shared a kiss as they arrived at the play's home, the Richard Rodgers Theatre, for the first time.
"Romeo and Juliet" is set to open officially on Sept. 19.
(Check out more PHOTOS of Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad getting cozy.)
Condola, the 26-year-old daughter of "Cosby Show" actress Phylicia Rashad, made her own Broadway debut in the original play "Stick Fly" in 2011 and also appeared in a revival of "The Trip to Bountiful" earlier this year.
She made her on-screen debut in a 2009 episode of the CBS show "The Good Wife." She went on to star in "Sex and the City 2, Lifetime Television's 2012 reboot of "Steel Magnolias" and the now-canceled NBS musical series "Smash," playing Cynthia Moran.