PHOTOS: Funniest women in Hollywood "I was in New Orleans this spring, and a guy came up to me and screamed, ' It's you, it's you!Say something you would say,' and I went, ' Leave me alone!“She is still with Jeff and they were meeting to discuss a potential project,” says the source.Plaza has been dating director Jeff Baena since 2011.They admit their mutual attraction to each other in the season finale, but she tells him she does not want to get involved with him due to what she perceives as his lasting feelings for Ann.She changes her mind after he gets into a car accident and the two kiss for the first time, but she leaves abruptly after he reveals Ann kissed him just two minutes earlier.The longtime couple have worked together numerous times, including the 2017 film as Justin Anderson, the love interest of Leslie Knope, played by Amy Poehler. The actress posed for a photo alongside alums like Natalie Morales, Paul Rudd, Adam Scott and Billy Eichner.Plaza appeared in all seven seasons of the popular sitcom as fan-favorite April Ludgate. Theroux has been sticking to his normal routine since announcing his split from Jennifer Aniston last month, a source previously told PEOPLE. “He eats at the same time, goes to the same places, hangs with the same people.” Earlier in the weekend, Plaza, 33, met up with some of her other costars from the show for the March For Our Lives protest in Washington D. RELATED VIDEO: Justin Theroux Breaks Social Media Silence for First Time After Split From Jennifer Aniston – and Calls Out Selena Gomez!
Toward the end of the season Andy and April's relationship begins to grow to the point that he begins to reciprocate her feelings but their age difference continues to be a wedge between them.April Ludgate-Dwyer was born in Björk’s house in Iceland and grew up on Easter Island, where her parents were giant stone heads.She has the ability to fire beams of tacos out of her hands and she can turn her legs into tigers."It's probably some kind of defense mechanism." Plaza gets plenty of laughs in , a coming-of-age comedy set in 1993 about a recent high school graduate who makes it her mission to hook up with multiple men before her freshman year of college.
"You don't have time to get nervous," she says of the raunchy flick, in theaters now.
April is extremely uninterested in the job, regularly napping at her desk and texting constantly, and acts very dry and sarcastic around her co-workers.