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Madonna Moving on After Split With New 26-Year-Old Backup Dancer — Report (PHOTO)

What — you thought Madonna would rebound from her latest breakup with someone actually age appropriate? Who do you think she is? After splitting from 25-year-old boyfriend Brahim Zaibat last month, reports are saying that the Queen of Pop has found herself a new boytoy — and another dancer, at that!

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Word first got out that Madge was taking up with Timor Steffens, a 26-year-old Dutch backup dancer, when she brought him along to a New Year’s Eve event in Gstaad, Switzerland. While the two were said to be working on a dance project together,’s sources said that chemistry between the pair was undeniable. Giancarlo Giammetti, the honorary president of the Valentino Fashion House, was also a guest at the party, and snapped a photo of the cougar and her cub on the dance floor (at left).

“Happy new year !!! @madonna #Timour #fun#newyearseve #dance,” he captions.

No official confirmation has been made, but Timor seems to be right up Madonna’s alley. Not only is he a young buck, he’s also an accomplished dancer that’s appeared on the Netherlands version of So You Think You Can Dance in 2008 (see video below), and was picked to dance backup during Michael Jackson’s “This Is It” tour, prior to the pop star’s death in 2009.

With moves like that, we can’t blame the megastar for getting involved with him — even if it is just a rebound. But if things do progress, we hope Timor knows not to woo his new lady with hydrangeas!

Are you surprised that Madonna is moving on already? Share your thoughts in the comments below.


Samantha Lear is an Assistant Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!

01.8.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Samantha Lear
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