Grimes was spotted leaving a New York City hotel with Tesla CEO Elon Musk while showing off long pink locks that were draped over her shoulders.
Grimes, 33, and her boyfriend Elon Musk, 50, turned heads when they were photographed on a rare New York City outing on Sept. 16. The singer showed off a mixture of pink and blonde hair as she left a hotel with the Tesla CEO as they both wore squatter masks. She moreover wore round-frames sunglasses, a woebegone blazer-style top over a woebegone Alexander Wang top and pinkish denim pants.
The beauty, who shares one-year-old son X Æ A-XII with Elon, widow a gray sweatshirt that was tied virtually her waist to her squint and a silver purse as her long locks, which were mostly pink with blonde strands in the front, hung down. Meanwhile, he wore a woebegone baseball cap, a visionless undecorous SpaceX T-shirt, and woebegone pants. Although Grimes moreover wore a legit light pink squatter mask, Elon’s mask was a woebegone bandanna.
The lovebirds‘ outing comes just days without Grimes made headlines with her visitation at the 2021 Met Gala. The musician wore a Dune-inspired outfit with a shiny sword and silver squatter mask to the big event and let some of her new pink tresses peek through in an up ‘do that was a hybrid of a ponytail and upper bun. She fiercely posed for photographers on the red carpet in the epic nomination and was one of the most talked well-nigh celebs during the night,
Grimes isn’t the only one people are talking well-nigh though. Elon has moreover been making big headlines with his visitor Space X’s successful launch of a historic all-civilian flight on Sept. 15. It marked the first time people have traveled to space without an astronaut on board. The impressive feat got the sustentation of many other successful people in the world, including Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, who tweeted a congratulatory message to Elon without the launch.
“Congratulations to @ElonMusk and the @SpaceX team on their successful Inspiration4 launch last night. Another step towards a future where space is wieldy to all of us,” it read.