Jennifer Lopez steps out with ex-boyfriend Casper Smart

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Jennifer Lopez has triggered speculation that she has rekindled her romance with ex-boyfriend Casper Smart after the duo were seen together three times in a week. The former couple are evidently still on good terms and have spent an increasing amount of time together in recent weeks.

On Tuesday the former couple were seen arriving at LAX airport together to board a flight. Both Jennifer and Casper were dressed down wearing joggers, baseball caps and sunglasses.

Jennifer and her 27-year-old ex were also spotted dancing together at Big Sean's Roc Nation event on Saturday. They were among a score of famous faces at the event including Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato, Chris Brown and Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

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Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart have been spotted together three times in a week

Jennifer shared a photo of the group together on Instagram, writing "After the show… This happened", but Casper could not be seen in the candid snap.

The backing dancer also accompanied Jennifer to a concert in Hollywood on Thursday. Casper placed his arm protectively around the singer when they were leaving the event.

It was the first time Casper and Jennifer had been pictured together since their split in June. The couple were first rumoured to have reconciled in Las Vegas at New Year, however Jennifer later insisted that she was single.

Jennifer Lopez shared a photo of herself with celebrity friends on Sunday

"There was a time where I was just like 'Ehhh, I'm just not going to deal with anybody, I just want to be on my own,' she told Us Weekly.

"Now I'm getting back into the mix. For right now, I just have no announcements to make."

In another candid interview, the mother-of-two said that she hasn't given up on love and is "open" to dating.

"I still believe in the fairy tale. The more I work on myself, the more I give myself the opportunity to share a really deep and meaningful relationship that can give me my fairy tale and last forever."

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