Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence couldn't take her eyes off Chris Martin

JENNIFER Lawrence "couldn't take her eyes off" Chris Martin as she watched him perform with Coldplay on Wednesday night (17.09.14).

The 'Hunger Games' actress - who has been dating the 37-year-old singer since June - was spotted singing along to all of the band's lyrics as they performed at the Ace Hotel Theatre in Los Angeles and had her eyes firmly fixed on the frontman.

A source told E!: "She danced the entire time.

"She knew every word to every song and there was a glisten in her eye as she watched Chris perform.

"She couldn't take her eyes off him."

The 24-year-old beauty was said to have shared a moment with Chris - who split from Gwyneth Paltrow in March after 10 years of marriage - when he sang the group's recent hit 'Magic'.

The source added: "Jennifer stared adoringly at Chris, both hands in the hair, dancing and singing along to 'Magic'."

Following the gig, Jennifer and her pals were said to have been taken out of the venue through a private exit.

She wasn't the only star in the audience for the performance as One Direction singer Harry Styles was sat just behind the Hollywood actress.

While he is dating Jennifer, Chris is also spending a lot of time with Gwyneth, 41, for the sake of their children, daughter Apple, 10, and eight-year-old son Moses.

The former couple had brunch at the Hungry Cat in Santa Monica, California on Saturday (09.13.14).



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