The new couple seem very sweet together (Picture: Instagram/jessiej)
Jessie J has shared a snap of herself video calling her new boyfriend Max Pham Nguyen, with whom she confirmed her romance at the end of February.
Snuggled up in bed while they chatted, the pair were keeping in close contact as they spent a night apart.
This new relationship comes after the singer split with actor Channing Tatum again, her on-off boyfriend of two years.
Adding a cute bear emoji to her Instagram Story, Jessie revealed screenshots of herself and Max during their video call, with the Price Tag singer in a black vest top and face-down on her comfortable pillow, while Max lay face-on to the camera with his eyes shut and a wide beam on his face.
The couple looked comfortable as Jessie shared this insight into their relationship, which is clearly going strong.
The chart-topper formally signalled they were dating on Instagram by dropping some ‘picture options’ of the couple hanging out at the beach, at a park and on a date night, among other things, while confirming that ‘he isn’t my male pal’ in response to a news story.
The couple’s video call (Picture: Instagram/jessiej)
More recently, she’s shared other clips of herself with Max, including one of the couple having a cheeky kiss in a car wash while they listened to Justin Bieber during a self-proclaimed ‘errands day’.
The 33-year-old had been dating Magic Mike Star Channing Tatum in fits and starts from April 2018, but her latest video with Max suggests that’s well and truly in the past.
Hanging out in the park in one of their first pictures together (Picture: Instagram/jessiej)
Professional dancer and choreographer Max has also shared the odd picture of their romance on his social media, in between clips of his work and rehearsals.
He’s previously toured and worked with the likes of Ariana Grande, Justin Timberlake and current coach on The Voice UK, Olly Murs.
And her boyfriend’s support surely came at the right time for the singer, who revealed the struggle she’d had with Meniere’s disease after spending Christmas Eve in hospital.
She’s since been doing better with the right medicine and said she was ‘super-grateful’ for her health.
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