She found someone who isn’t a Creep.
TLC member Chilli confirmed Tuesday that she is dating Matthew Lawrence following his divorce from Cheryl Burke.
“I’ve been with Chilli since 2005 and I’ve never seen her so in love,” Chilli’s rep Christal Jordan told Page Six. “She’s beaming. They’re really cute together.”
Jordan also told TMZ that the longtime friends’ relationship turned romantic just before Thanksgiving and they ended up spending the holidays together in Atlanta.
Chilli, whose real name is Rozonda Thomas, introduced the Boy Meets World graduate to her family over Christmas, according to the report.
TLC’s Chilli confirmed that she is dating Matthew Lawrence. WireImage TLC’s Chilli confirmed that she is dating Matthew Lawrence. red ferns
The “No Scrubs” singer, 51, and Lawrence, 42, also took to Instagram on New Year’s Eve, with Chilli posting a video of the couple dancing to A-ha’s “Take on Me” while wearing matching one-piece suits.
The Grammy winner and the “Mrs. The Doubtfire star first sparked romance rumors when they were photographed together on a Hawaiian beach in August 2022, but her rep dismissed any hint of romance, explaining at the time that TLC had an appearance on the island and the duo – just friends at the time – decided to meet up with other friends for a day of fun.
The pair became Instagram-official on New Year’s Eve.WireImage
Burke, 38, filed for annulment from her three-year marriage to Lawrence last February, despite citing January 7 as the date of their separation. She cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split.
The recently retired Dancing With the Stars pro explained in her filing that the marriage contract between her and the actor is “in full force and effect and fully binding on the parties.”
Lawrence and Cheryl Burke finalized their divorce in September. FilmMagic
After the breakup, Burke admitted she was “kind of lonely.”
The former couple finalized their divorce in September and agreed to split their property equally. Neither party filed for spousal support as both chose to maintain their marriage contract.