Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are enjoying a bicoastal romance. The new couple was seen leaving Italian eatery Madeo in Los Angeles on Saturday night after a romantic dinner. Remaining lowkey, the 47-year-old singer wore a plaid cropped jacket paired with a leather pencil skirt while her 41-year-old beau opted for jeans and a button down. Their latest dinner date follows their Friday workout and lunch at the Hotel Bel-Air which is nearby to her home.
Jennifer Lopez has been linked to former MLB star Alex Rodriuez
Though neither the All I Have singer or the former New York Yankees player have publicly spoken out about their budding relationship, a source did confirm to HOLA! USA that the two are in fact a couple when news first broke. After the announcement, Jennifer made her way to Miami and then the Bahamas for a weekend getaway. During their Caribbean stay, the Shades of Blue actress did offer her fans a quick glimpse at a selfie with her man before deleting the Instastory. She also spent time with Alex's sister Susy Dunand in Miami before heading back to Los Angeles for a NBC Press Day to discuss her new reality TV show World of Dance. Alex, who is gearing up to start his gig as a Fox Sports Analyst, didn't waste any time to join his leading lady in California.
Jennifer and Alex have been enjoying time together
Ahead of his weekend with Jennifer, Alex spent some time at the University of Miami on March 23 where he answered questions about his career in the MLB. Talk turned to his latest romance, but the dad-of-two wouldn't play ball. He replied when asked about Jennifer, "Let's just get back to baseball." He did however speak candidly about his suspension and the highs and lows of his career. "I made mistakes and then I doubled down and became a bigger jerk and then went on sports radio and made an ass of myself," he shared. "I've had some big hiccups along the way and I think that’s created a big platform for me to come back into the community. Hopefully I can share stories of mistakes that I’ve made that hopefully the next generation doesn't make."