After Jennifer and Maksim were caught looking cozy on what appeared to be a steamy dancing date on June 21, it seemed certain that the two sexy stars were more than just friends. But a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that there’s more to their relationship than meets the eye.
Jennifer Lopez and Maksim Chmerkovskiy were reportedly spotted dancing and flirting up a storm at the Shrine Nightclub in Connecticut on June 21, right after the Dancing with the Stars pro attended J.Lo’s concert at Foxwoods Resort Casino. So are the rumors true — are these two doing the horizontal tango? HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE scoop!
Maks Chmerkovskiy & Jennifer Lopez Dating? — Truth Behind Hot Dancing Date
After TMZ posted a photo of J.Lo, 44, and Maksim, 34, looking very close on their sexy night out, we were more curious than ever about whether the pair were dating. But a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that there’s zero truth to the rumors!
“The picture that TMZ has is nothing. They are friends,” our source reveals. “They were having friendly conversation and Maksim was showing her stuff on his phone all night and they were talking close because it was loud in the club.”
Sounds like there’s nothing romantic going on between Maks and J.Lo — but who knows what could happen on the dance floor in the future!
Jennifer Lopez & Maksim Chmerkovskiy: Hot Dancing Date Night
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, the newly single J.Lo and the dancing pro seemed super into each other when they were out together at Shrine.
“Maks was whispering into her ear and hugging her,” an eyewitness told Us Weekly. “They looked very flirty with each other … She had a huge smile on her face and looked like she was having a great time.”
But J.Lo herself has denied that she’s dating anyone new after splitting from Casper Smart. When a fan asked J.Lo on Twitter if she was seeing anyone, Jennifer responded, “No, I’m not.”
So HollywoodLifers, do YOU think J.Lo and Maksim should date? Let us know!
— Written by Tierney McAfee, Reporting by Russ Weakland