Drake and Jennifer Lopez might just be each other's biggest fans. 

The "Fake Love" rapper stopped by the pop singer's All I Have concert residency in Las Vegas last night, and let's just say Drake couldn't get enough of J. Lo's killer performance. (Not that we blame the guy or anything...) Following the star-studded event, which also saw appearances from Kevin Hart and Kristin Chenoweth, Drake took to Instagram with a super smiley selfie of the duo captioned, "Lotta those" pointing to a heart eyes emoji. Yup, that about sums it up. 

Drizzy also shared another snapshot holding Lopez's baseball hat. "Sure I'll hold your diamond encrusted fitted while you catch this Vegas body #Jenny," he captioned the moment. You better believe these two are on a nickname basis. 

The "Ain't Your Mama" songstress reciprocated the love, captioning the same shot, "Look who rolled up to my show tonight to say hi!!"

So when did Drake and Jennifer's friendship first blossom? All signs point to the very moment he saw Lopez strut across the stage at the 2013 Grammys, and his reaction was well, priceless. Two words: Damn. Girl. 

Jennifer Lopez, 2015 AMAs

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Then at the 2015 American Music Awards, Jennifer kicked off her hosting duties with an unforgettable dance performance to a medley of the year's biggest jams. Any music buff would know that Drake's "Hotline Bling" spent weeks at the top of the charts that year, so it's no wonder the stunner put her own spin on the artist's now-viral dance moves

Lopez gave Drake yet another shout out during an appearance on The Tonight Show earlier this year, in which she starred opposite Jimmy Fallon for the fan-favorite "Ew!" skit. Jennifer wasted no time twerking it out to Rihanna and Drizzy's "Work" collab, and we can't help but imagine J.Lo jamming out to all of Drake's smash hits in the privacy of her own home.

Talk about friendship goals. 

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