F1 star Lewis Hamilton kept the party going after this week’s exclusive Met Gala and was joined at his hotel by a social media sensation.
Lewis Hamilton was reportedly joined at his New York hotel by model Janet Guzman following the afterparty of the exclusive Met Gala this week.
The F1 superstar attended the annual celebrity fundraising event at the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art. Snapped in a stylish black suit, the seven-time world champion generously bought a whole table to host emerging black designers.
Hamilton then changed into a navy jacket and yellow tracksuit bottoms for the afterparty. In pictures released by the Daily Mail, Hamilton can be seen arriving back to his hotel, with influencer Guzman joining him. A source told The Sun Guzman — who boasts 1.9 million Instagram followers — was part of a larger group that headed back to the hotel with Hamilton. The pair are understood to be close friends, with the duo enjoying more drinks at the hotel with a host of other people. Guzman took to Instagram to showcase the outfit she wore at the Gala. Posting the picture of herself donning a black sheer garment and black heels to her 1.9 million followers, she said: “Till next time.”
Her fans were quick to comment on the upload, as one user cheekily asked: “Are you dating Lewis Hamilton?” Another wrote: “Congratulations on winning Lewis Hamilton.” Hamilton has been involved in a number of high-profile relationships since bursting on the F1 scene. Some of his previous girlfriends include pop stars Nicole Scherzinger and Rita Ora, and model Danielle Lloyd. The driver was fortunate to be attending the Met Gala at all having been involved in a terrifying crash at the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday — where he collided with Red Bull star and championship rival Max Verstappen.
“I am so grateful I am still here. I feel incredibly blessed that someone was watching over me today,” Hamilton said after the crash. “I don’t think I’ve ever been hit on the head by a car before — and it is quite a big shock for me. “We are taking risks and it’s only when you experience something like that that you get the real shock of how you look at life and how fragile we all are.”