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My dates are probably not being themselves on the date - they're trying to be cool.
Chloe sold her much-loved Manhattan apartment in March to power-tech couple Halle Tecco and Jeffrey Hammerbacher.
Today he's wearing red-and-white dogtooth-patterned trousers and a plain white T-shirt – thankfully free from self-promotion (in Cannes, he was seen to stride around with "Gallo" emblazoned on his chest).
His brown hair is what you might call scarecrow-chic while his bushy beard makes you think of late period Jim Morrison.
Since then, he's barely been seen on screen – until now.
When The Brown Bunny, a virtually plotless road movie, was unveiled in 2003, the reviews were savage.
Esteemed US critic Roger Ebert called the film "the worst in the history of Cannes", to which Gallo responded that Ebert was a "fat pig with the physique of a slave trader".
"Chloe brilliantly understood that the media would persist in thinking that she did it out of loyalty to me...
Most celebrity websites offer little more than a few photos, cuttings and the occasional message from the star. Take the merchandising section, fronted by a picture of Gallo dressed in a sailor suit and grabbing his crotch. A self-confessed "strong right-wing Republican" (he doesn't "support extreme leftist concepts"), Gallo may have an ego the size of a hot-air balloon, but even an hour in his company is wildly entertaining.
And although Chloe, 38, has been cautious about her romance by staying quiet on her boyfriend it appears she's getting ready to settle down after moving out of Manhattan - and buying a new apartment in Brooklyn.