Brian Austin Green was introduced to Sharna Burgess through his business manager.
The Beverly Hills, 90210 star, 47, is currently dating the Dancing with the Stars Australia judge and he admits that when his manager suggested they meet, he "begrudgingly" went along.
Speaking about how they got to know each other on Access Daily, he said: "Yeah, so we have the same business manager and she was like, 'Hey, I've got a client that you should meet.' And I was kind of in a place of like, you know, 'Okay, and I begrudgingly went and we met."
The pair recently jetted off to Hawaii and while they don't have any "labels" on their romance yet, Brian said that Shana is an "amazing woman" and "fun to be around".
Asked about that romantic holiday, where they were photographed PDA-ing, Brian said that he and Sharna, 35, "had a really good time."
He added: "Hawaii is an amazing place and it's all going really well right now. You know, it's early on so we don't have any labels for anything obviously but we're really enjoying each other's company, and she's an amazing woman. She's super responsible and she's super sweet and caring and compassionate and fun to be around, so I feel blessed right now. We had great conversation so it's been great so far."
Sharna, too, has been grilled about her romance with Brian, but she declined to reveal too much. "Y'all don't give up on this one," she wrote while doing an Instagram Story Q&A with fans. "It's almost impossible to fish out real questions amidst ones about my relationship status. I say this with love and kindness. Let it go."
Following Brian's split from his longtime love Megan Fox, Brian dated a number of different women, although he went on to insist he is not a "s***** person" for dating multiple people.
Brian filed for divorce a day before Thanksgiving and is seeking joint custody of the three sons he shares with Megan — Noah, eight, Bodhi, six, and Journey, four. He also has a son, Kassius Lijah, 18, from a previous relationship with actress Vanessa Marcil.
He said: "What people normally do when they get out of [a relationship] is they date. They talk to multiple people at once, some people use dating apps, they talk to multiple people, they go on multiple dates, they spend time with people until you feel a connection with someone then something builds from there. I'm not playing anybody.
"My life is just much more under a microscope than somebody else's. Isn't that dating? Aren't you supposed to talk to multiple people? It doesn't mean I'm a s***** person. That's what you're supposed to do, meet people and experience life. When you start finding commonalities with someone, then it becomes something bigger. You have to be willing to get out there and put yourself out there. But I get judged for it, I think, unfairly."
Watch Brian's Access Daily interview here:
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