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Cameron Steps Out with Aniston's Ex

06/03/2008 at 08:55 AM EDT

Cameron Steps Out with Aniston's Ex
Paul Sculfor (left) and Cameron Diaz
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Cameron Diaz capped off a weekend filled with dancing and flirting by having dinner with model Paul Sculfor who briefly dated Jennifer Aniston last year.

"They looked really flirty," says a source of the pair's dinner at Santa Monica's Il Ristorante di Giorgio Baldi on Sunday night, "She was laughing really loud at all of his jokes. It looked like a date."

After two hours, Diaz, 36, and Sculfor, 37, left the restaurant together. Though Sculfor attempted to open her door, his chivalrous move was foiled when they were approached by a waiting photographer. "Paul tried but Cameron was rushing him to leave since she didn't want to be photographed together," says the source.

Only two nights before, Diaz was spotted dirty dancing with pal Sean "Diddy" Combs at a party celebrating Prince's new book 21 Nights. A few hours and a couple of Grey Goose cocktails later, the pair was seen with their arms locked around one another during Prince's rendition of the Doobie Brother's "Long Train Running." They left the party together shortly before 3 a.m.

Diaz is comfortable with keeping her options open. "People think if you're single, you are incomplete," she said in the June issue of InStyle", "No. The thing is, I don't want to be in a relationship that makes me incomplete."

Reporting by REAGAN ALEXANDER

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