The 63-year-old allegedly enlisted his one-time assistant Charlotte Bennett to assist him with his dating life.
In a handwritten note that was part of Attorney General Letitia James' investigation, the former staffer said that Cuomo claimed he was "lonely" and asked for help him find a girlfriend after his ex Sandra Lee stopped corresponding with him.
Bennett was not ready for the response Cuomo allegedly gave her as soon as she suggested Handler.
"Chelsea is crazy," she recalled him stating.
When Bennett mentioned Jada Pinkett Smith, Cuomo allegedly disregarded the actress because "she's married."
Of course, Pinkett Smith has famously been married to Will Smith since 1997.
The note is just the latest evidence released in James' 165-page report -- which was released on Tuesday.
James' findings state the Democratic governor sexually harassed multiple women, even retaliating against one former employee who complained about his behavior.
The note in full reads: "CB (Charlotte Bennet) says AC (Andrew Cuomo) asked her to find him a girlfriend. She says she deflected and said Jada Pinkett Smith or Chelsea Handler. He said Jada is married and Chelsea is nuts."
Interestingly enough, Handler has admitted to crushing on Cuomo in the past but said that ended once the accusations against him were made public.
The comedian once claimed the two had a "couple of conversations" but said nothing ever developed beyond that.
In a bombshell email obtained by Radar, an unidentified state entity employee complained in writing about the governor's "inappropriate touching" in 2019.
"Governor Cuomo tapped my butt cheek two times (to [sic] quick pats) with what felt like the palm of his hand," the staffer recalled during a meet-and-greet with Cuomo.
"I then felt a lot of emotions around Cuomo's inappropriate touching of my body, mostly shock and anger," the email stated.
As for Charlotte Bennett --- who came forward with sexual harassment allegations against Cuomo -- she's demanding the governor resigns from his position following the completion of James' findings.
President Joe Biden agrees.
"I think he should resign. I understand that the state legislature may decide to impeach. I don't know that for a fact," Biden told CNN on Tuesday.