Alex Rodriguez Giving Jennifer Lopez a Good Luck Kiss Before Her Performance Will Make You Say 'Aww'

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On Saturday, Jennifer Lopez hit the stage rocking a jaw-dropping PVC one-piece during Calibash Bash in Los Angeles. Of course, Alex Rodriguez didn't miss the opportunity to show the singer what it really means to have a supportive partner.

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Before hitting the stage to perform her latest single, "Amor, Amor, Amor" from her forthcoming Spanish Album, the mother-of-two's boo was waiting on the sidelines to give his novia a good luck kiss. In a video shared on the former MLB player's Instagram story, Lopez is seen walking towards the stage but stops to receive a quick smooch for the third baseman.

 

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Following the sweet kiss, "look how happy he is" can be heard in the background. If A-Rod hasn't won your corazón yet, this sure will. After the Puerto Rican star finished her performance, she was immediately greeted by her number one supporter, Rodriguez. Que cute! 

Thankful for her beau always being by her side, J.Lo. took to Instagram to tell her followers her favorite part of the night. If it starts with an "A," you guessed right. "Favorite part of my night last night...first face I see coming off stage," the Bronx-beauty captioned a photo of herself and the former Yankees player, along with three heart emojis.

 

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Earlier this month, the couple took a trip to Puerto Rico after personally raising $26 million to help the Caribbean island after the devastating aftermath after Hurricane Maria. Lopez, who decided to skip the Golden Globes to check out the hurricane-ravaged island, said, “Today is the Golden Globes in Los Angeles and a lot of the women with #TimesUp are standing up for equality, to be treated equally, and for sexual harassment. I stand here today in black doing the same from far away. It’s the same thing with here in Puerto Rico we want to be treated equally.”