'Danny can be quite the flirt and because of his powerful status in Hollywood, he's not ashamed to abuse his position and chat-up young, aspiring woman looking to make it in the industry, said the source.
Danny - who is five feet tall - has often talked of how he learned to charm women in his bachelor days, saying: 'I learned how to dance real good.
It was Our Fairy Godmother in Beverly Hills who reached out via digital missive to let us know that word on the Platinum Triangle real estate street is Danny De Vito and Rhea Perlman are about to sell their longtime Beverly Hills estate in a hush-hush off-market deal for somewhere in the neighborhood of million.
Khloe, 31, shared an hilarious snap of the two arriving for their stint on the show on Instagram, joking that they resembled the actor and his famous co-star Arnold Schwarzenegger from their 1988 movie Twins.
The comedy film tells the tale of two long-lost twin brothers who find each other again, but it's a typically hilarious scenario as Arnold's character Julian is about three times the size of Danny's Vincent.
In a 1983 interview with People Magazine, Perlman said De Vito “was a lot more fun and a lot more sexy” than men she had previously dated. WWN has learned that De Vito, former star of Taxi, is already dating former Cheers star, Kirstie Alley (61).
De Vito recalled, ”She was vibrant, with a great sense of humor, and real warm.” The two moved in together after two weeks. “They’ve always had a thing for each other and Danny didn’t waste any time trying to hook up with Kirstie.
After 13 years as a couple, Perlman told People their relationship was so solid, “you’d really have to work hard at breaking us up at this point.” Years later, when asked about the secret to his enduring marriage, De Vito reportedly replied, “Love. For fans of Cheers and Taxi, it’s heaven,” said a longtime fan of Cheers and Taxi.
Kirstie, who continues to struggle with her weight, has recently revitalized her career with stints on Dancing With The Stars and Celebrity Pie Eating.
Following that, she had a role in a small play portraying a much tougher character.
Producers Glen and Les Charles saw her in that play, which led to her landing the role as wisecracking barmaid Carla Tortelli on their sitcom Cheers in 1982.
In the mid-1980s, their parents moved to Los Angeles and their father became an extra on Cheers.