JLaw and Chris Martin ‘look like a couple in love’


Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin reportedly “engaged playfully with each other” at a Kings of Leon gig.

The Oscar winning actress has been rumoured to be dating the Coldplay front man for weeks, although neither star has confirmed the relationship. However the 24-year-old accompanied her beau to a Kings of Leon gig on Friday where he was a surprise guest on stage it has been reported. “Jen was taking photos and videos of Chris during rehearsals on her phone,” a source told JustJared.com. “They engaged playfully with each other, appearing like a couple in love.” Chris was a special guest at the concert at the Hollywood Bowl in California where he sang and played piano on two songs, Talihina Sky and Notion. But once he was off stage he was happy for his alleged new girlfriend to show her affection towards him.

‘She kissed him on the lips several times’

“She kissed him on the lips several times,” the source continued.

This isn’t the first time the Hunger Games actress has attended a show with the 37-year-old. Jennifer was previously photographed supporting Chris backstage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas last month where he was performing at the concert with Coldplay.

Their relationship is reportedly going from strength to strength, with claims that the couple have moved in together temporarily.

“Jen is great at playing the cool girl and letting the guy chase her. She manages not to come off as clingy or needy," a source told British magazine Look. "I hear it was Chris who initiated the conversation about them being exclusive, and her moving in - at least part time - to his Malibu home. Jen will have taken it in her stride, while jumping up and down on the inside."

Before his rumoured relationship with Jennifer, Chris was married to Gwyneth Paltrow, while the American Hustle actress broke up with boyfriend Nicholas Hoult earlier this year.

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