J.Lo may be the international superstar but at least we know where her loyalties lie, as she did possibly the cutest thing possible to brag about her relationship with former New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez.
Alex Rodriguez may not play the game anymore but he still has it all: an gig on ESPN and FOX Sports, a whole new reputation and an international pop sensation who wears his jersey.
We knew the relationship between A-Rod and Jennifer Lopez (commonly known as J.Lo) was going well, but we got confirmation that it is incredibly serious, as J.Lo used her performance at the Pre-Super Bowl party on Saturday to flaunt her love.
Move over, @JohnCusack in "Say Anything," because @JLo just did the most romantic thing possible for @AROD: https://t.co/55fFFQaPJC
— Cut4 (@Cut4) February 4, 2018
As reported by Michael Clair of Cut4, a part of MLB.com, J.Lo donned a specialized J.Lo jersey featuring Rodriguez’ number for one of her many costume changes during the concert. The show was to kick off festivities for the Super Bowl on Sunday night.
This isn’t the first display of PDA between the two, who started dating in February of 2017. He last posted a sappy post on Instagram in honor of his beloved bae, making fangirls tear up all over town.
Rodriguez first confirmed their relationship by bringing her to spring training last season, sparking a newfound interest in the once-despised ballplayer. Ever since then, it’s been full-speed ahead for the star-studded couple.
For Saturday night’s festivities, A-Rod took his daughters and spent some time with Derek Hough, one of J.Lo’s fellow judges on her hit show World of Dance. On Instagram, A-Rod posted a video from his spot in the crowd, sharing all of the excitement surrounding J.Lo’s performance.
Well, if anything, at least we know A-Rod is having the time of his life after retirement. Who would have thought that he would become a more lovable character after he stepped away from the game?
J.Lo, you’ve got a keeper right there. A-Rod, same to you. We know you have that 2009 World Series ring…maybe it’s time to purchase another type of ring?