Singing superstar Jennifer Lopez, 47, and fellow musician Drake, 30, confirmed they were in a relationship with a snap of the pair of them cuddling posted up on social media a few days ago.

And, now the new couple have been spotted rolling the dice at the MGM Grand casino on New Year’s Day. The celebrity couple were at the high roller tables, where there are big money stakes, staying for around 30 minutes to try their luck.

Jenny from the Block also supported her new beau at a concert at the same hotel the evening before. J-Lo was seen at the upmarket Hakkasan nightclub, while the rapper was performing on stage at the venue.


Jennifer was wearing a very low cut velvet plum-colored jumpsuit, which she teamed with Drake’s gold chain. A reporter inside the gig said that while Drake did not acknowledge the Waiting for Tonight hitmaker while performing, the two left together holding hands in the early hours of the morning. J-Lo had been expected to perform in Miami at the E11 nightclub for a New Year’s Eve show. However, she was replaced by Nicki Minaj.

The Love Don’t Cost A Thing singer had just split from her boyfriend Casper Smart. According to sources, she is having fun with Drake and isn’t taking things too seriously. However, it is understood that she cancelled her own gig so she could spend more time with her new beau. Meanwhile, Drake had broken up with on off love Rihanna, who had previously been a close friend of J-Lo. Rihanna has now unfollowed Jennifer on social media, and had already unfollowed Drake following their split.

Drake and J-Lo were earlier spotted sharing a kiss at a prom themed party in Las Vegas. They were seen on the dance floor before leaning in for a smooch.



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