Viva Las Vegas!
Drizzy wasn’t just a fan, however. He was also tasked with the duty of holding Jenny from the Block’s bedazzled New York Yankees cap. “Sure I’ll hold your diamond encrusted fitted while you catch this Vegas body,” Drake wrote on IG. “#Jenny.”
And it was all smiles after the show. He and J.Lo took a selfie and as Drake revealed in the caption, there were a “lotta” heart eye emoji faces throughout the evening.
“Look who rolled up to my show tonight to say hi,” wrote Lopez in the caption. “@champagnepapi #lovehim #jlovegas #ALLIHAVE.”
Drake wasn’t the only celebrity to make an appearance at J.Lo’s “All I Have” show on Saturday. Kevin Hart, Kristin Chenoweth, and Benny Medina were also on hand to show support.
— John (@JohnJLover) December 11, 2016
“All I Have” is set to continue at Planet Hollywood through Dec. 17. After a brief hiatus, the multifaceted superstar will launch the 2017 run of her Vegas residency on Feb. 8.
Meanwhile, Drake has opted to delay More Life to 2017. The project was slated to release this month, but it will arrive “at the top of 2017,” according to Drizzy’s manager, Oliver El-Khatib.