Jennifer Lopez recently opened up about her relationship with her boyfriend, Alex Rodriguez. Even though the singer opted to stay quiet about their budding romance, she recently admitted on the "Ellen Show" that she made the first move. During her interview, Lopez shared that she and Rodriguez have known each other for years. But one afternoon, the "Shades of Blue" star was having lunch somewhere when she saw Rodriguez pass by. What Lopez did next was definitely the start of something beautiful for the couple.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have been supporting and loving each other for the past couple of months. On her Instagram account, the "Shades of Blue" actress posted a very sweet cuddle photo of herself with Rodriguez just before she went on stage to perform during one of her shows. In the snap, Lopez rests her head on Rodriguez's chest, while the latter holds both of her arms with a tight but gentle grip. Read: Jennifer Lopez wants "World of Dance" contestants to give their whole heart during performances But despite already going very public with their relationship, it seems that some people still mistake Rodriguez as Lopez's bodyguard. During a recent appearance on "The Tonight Show" (via E! News), he said, "This is like one of the most humbling experiences of my life.
Jennifer Lopez has a new man in her life. The "Love Don't Cost a Thing" singer is reportedly dating baseball hunk Alex Rodriguez. Lopez, 47, and Rodriguez, 41, have not yet confirmed their romance. However, the alleged couple was spotted together in Las Vegas where the singer's Planet Hollywood Vegas residency is being held, US Weekly reported. Prior to hooking up with Rodriguez, Lopez reportedly enjoyed a brief fling with Drake.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have a future together. When reports of Lopez and Rodriguez's budding romance first surfaced, many believed that the pair was a perfect match. And it looks Lopez and her new beau themselves agree as an insider recently revealed that the two share a lot of things in common and that "they definitely see a future together," US Weekly reported. Among the many things Lopez and Rodriguez have in common are the fact that they are both Latino superstars and New York natives. The "Ain't Your Mama" singer has 9-year-old twins Max and Emme from her previous marriage with Marc Anthony.
Bennett Kayser, the incumbent board member defeated by Rodriguez in 2015, is a great educator who was robbed of a deserved victory. Is The Times Editorial Board so twisted by its support for charter schools and their wealthy financial backers that it refuses to recommend rewarding this deserving, honest public servant with the post he really won?