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Rihanna, Scott ‘all over each other at party’

Published 11/09/2015


Rihanna spent “a lot of time dancing closely and kissing” rumoured new beau Travis Scott.

The Stay singer has been linked to the 23-year-old rapper in recent weeks. On Thursday night the pair put on their most affectionate display yet, leaving onlookers convinced they must be an item.

“[They] were all over each other,” an eyewitness at the New York Fashion Week Block Party told ET Online. “Travis and Rihanna were together all night. After he was done performing, he joined her inside where they spent a lot of time dancing closely and kissing. Travis had his arms around Rihanna's waist when she said hello to Justin Timberlake. They were very touchy feely. You could tell that she's really into him.”

The moment was captured on camera, with Travis seemingly planting a kiss on Rihanna’s neck while she spoke to the SexyBack singer. The 27-year-old Barbadian beauty also showed her support when Travis took to the stage to perform at the party.

“[She was] cheering like crazy," the eyewitness continued.

While they put on quite an amorous display, a source previously told the outlet the pair were not getting super serious with each other straight away.

“They are not exclusive, but could become that," they said. "They both are enjoying time together."

Rihanna is said to have attended every single one of Travis’ sold out shows at the Gramercy Theatre in New York this week.

And onlookers claim her enthusiasm for the hip hop star was clear as she rocked out in the audience.

"Something is definitely going on with those two," another insider noted. "She was sitting in the VIP section and was singing and dancing along to all his songs. She looked like she was having a great time."

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