Munn ho!: Second in a series 

We didn’t think we’d be reporting on the goings-on of former Oklahoman turned actress/model/geek icon Olivia Munn so quickly after debuting this nugget in last week’s Chicken-Fried News, but damn, the girl gets around!

And maybe in the sneaky ways, too, as Miami Herald and several outlets reported that Munn may be the object of renaissance man Justin Timberlake’s affection, which would be all fine and good, except that he has a longtime GF in actress Jessica Biel.

According to Life & Style magazine, Munn showed her friends text messages from Timberlake, including “My relationship is basically over” and “I’m thinking about you.” Beware, Olivia!

Anyone who’s seen “The Social Network” knows this man is Not To Be Trusted.

Munn, a 2002 graduate of the University of Oklahoma’s Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication, made a stopover at NBC’s “Today” for a little network synergy, promoting her new Thursday-night sitcom, “Perfect Couples.” There, she took time to discuss her recent controversial cover of Maxim magazine — you remember, the one with the see-through panties?

Remarking on the hairless hubbub, Munn told hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, “Maybe the people who started it … haven’t actually seen a vagina. And, they weren’t quite sure what it was.”

We’ll drink to that! In fact, Munn did, chugging her glass of white wine while Tweeting on her phone. Then she did the same to the full glass she took from Gifford — whose eyes grew as big as the boobs of that flight attendant Frank Gifford had a fling with back in 1997 — and reached for Kotb’s as well.

On said Twitter account last week, Munn remarked how cold it was on Wall Street. How cold was it? “So so so so so so cold,” she wrote. She was filming an outdoor scene for the movie “I Don’t Know How She Does It,” in which she stars alongside a horse.

Oh, our bad — that’s actually Sarah Jessica Parker.

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