Page Six already has the coined the name: J-Rod!
Or is it A.Lo?
Former Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez are dating.
A source said of the new power couple, “They have been seeing each other for a few months, and were together in L.A. this past weekend. They are really into each other because they have so much in common — from their Latin roots, to their love of New York, and their kids.”
He apparently was seen backstage at one of Lopez’s Las Vegas show.
Page Six has reported that Rodriguez and his most recent girlfriend, Silicon Valley CEO Anne Wojcicki, broke up after dating for just under a year, and Lopez reportedly was seeing rapper Drake — although she denied it — but that lasted only a couple of months.
Reps for Rodriguez and Lopez (who liked A-Rod on Instagram on Wednesday), didn’t comment.
Meanwhile, Us notes that the baseball hunk/Fox Sports analyst has dated Madonna, Kate Hudson, Cameron Diaz and Torrie Wilson and was married to Cynthia Scurtis for six years before they split in 2008. (He and Scurtis share Natasha, 12, and Ella, 8.)
Lopez’s exes include Cris Judd, Ojani Noa and Marc Anthony, father of 9-year-old twins Max and Emme,
In other celebrity couple news, Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck apparently won’t file for divorce; and Scarlett Johansson‘s ex Romain Dauriac has asked her to withdraw her divorce filing for the sake of their 2-year-old daughter Rose Dorothy.
Are you feeling lucky?
“Hamilton” producer Jeffrey Seller announced the opening of the lottery March 9 for $10 “Hamilton” tickets — 44 will be sold for each performance, with a limit of two per customer. For details, visit www.hamilton.shnsf.com.
As of press time Wednesday, there were a handful of seats ($99-$868) available on that website for previews of the musical (is it theater’s most anticipated, hyped hit ever?), which begin March 10 at the Orpheum.
Officially opening March 23, the show stars Michael Luwoye in the title role and Joshua Henry — who tweeted “San Fran, stop flirtin’ with me! — as Aaron Burr.
Oakland-born Daveed Diggs, who won a Tony Award for his portrayal of Thomas Jefferson and Marquis de Lafayette, has moved on from the show.
The Commonwealth Club, best known for its civic programming, is going pop, hosting an evening with Caitlyn Jenner (pushing her book “The Secrets of My Life”) in conversation with Vanity Fair writer Buzz Bissinger on May 3 at the Castro Theatre. … In honor of National Meatball Day, IKEA is offering deals on traditional Swedish (beef/pork) meatballs all day today, as well as a $5 off purchases of $25 or more in the store’s food market; visit IKEA-USA.com/food.
Rapper Bow Wow is 30. … San Jose Shark Brent Burns is 31. … Actor Oscar Isaac is 38. … Actress Juliette Binoche is 53. … TV anchor Charles Gibson is 74. … Singer Mickey Gilley is 81. … Novelist Herbert Gold is 93.
— Staff, wire reports