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Madonna, 55, enjoys date night with 26-year-old boyfriend Timor Steffens

23 JUNE 2014 Madonna's romance with Timor Steffens is still going strong. The couple, who were first linked back in January, stepped out in New York together this week, quietly slipping out of a back door after seeing the Broadway play Holla If Ya Hear Me.

Madonna, 55, and 26-year-old Timor have been romantically involved for around six months now. Fans were first alerted to the singer's new relationship when she posted pictures from her New Year skiing break.

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Madonna and her 26-year-old boyfriend Timor Steffens

One candid family snap showed backing dancer Timor playing around on the slopes with Madonna's son Rocco, 13, and friends. The mum-of-four captioned the picture, "Bromance on the Swiss Alps! Love is in the air #happinness."

The couple are thought to have first met when they collaborated on a dance project last year; Stefan is an accomplished dancer, who performed with Beyoncé at the 2010 Grammys.

It would not be the first time that Madonna has found love through her line of work.


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Madonna was first linked with dancer Timor Steffens back in January


In December she split from French dancer Brahim Zaibat, 25, after three years of dating. Before that dated Brazilian model and DJ Jesus Luz, whom she met on a photoshoot.

Two years ago, Madonna opened up about her romance with Brahim.

"I didn't choose to, you know, I didn't write down on a piece of paper, 'I'm going to have a relationship with a younger man," said the star, who was married to Guy Ritchie from 2000 until 2008.


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Madonna split from ex-boyfriend Brahim Zaibat in December

"I don't want to live my life on my own. I love being a mother. My children fill me up in many ways, and inspire my in many ways, but I need a partner in my life and I think most people feel that way.

"I've never really lived a conventional life, so I think it's quite foolish for me or anyone else to start thinking that I am going to start making conventional choices."

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