Lewis Hamilton,36, was spotted taking Only Fans model Janet Guzman back to his hotel room after the Met Gala, leading to speculation that the pair are dating.
The Met Gala was held in New York on September 13th and many celebrities attended, including F1’s Lewis Hamilton, who sported a sleek suit by Kenneth Nicholson.
Lewis, who famously dated the Pussycat Dolls star Nicole Scherzinger, has lately been spotted with a new woman by his side.
Meet OnlyFans star Janet Guzman
Janet is a social media influencer boasting over 1.9 million followers on Instagram and 42.5K likes on Only Fans, with a subscription service.
The model often shares posts in collaboration with Fashionova as she wears daring outfits and bikini’s in amazing locations such as; New York, Los Angeles, London and Colorado.
The model is from Colombia but grew up in Los Angeles, born on December 19th 1993 Janet is 27 years old. She also has a brother called Lewis and the cutest fluffy dog called Binx.
Janet began modelling from a young age and started her Instagram account in 2014, she also started a Youtube channel on November 13th 2012. However, Janet only posted her first YouTube video with the title ‘Bali, My First Vlog!‘ in 2019. She has now gained more than 14.1 k subscribers on her channel.
Model spotted with Lewis Hamilton at Met Gala
Janet joined Lewis at his hotel, after the Met Gala and although this has circulated gossip that the pair are seeing each other, it was reported: “While we don’t formally comment on Lewis’s personal life, Janet and Lewis are just friends and she was part of a larger group that went to the hotel for a few drinks after the Met.”
Anna Wintour allowed Lewis Hamilton to host his own table at the Met Gala, and he invited three up-and-coming black designers to sit with him. This meant his table involved stars such as Theophilio, Kenneth Nicholson, and Jason Rembert sat beside Hollywood stylist Law Roach, model Alton Mason, and singer Kehlani.
Lewis spoke to Vogue about the Met and how he wanted to create more diversity in the industry:
‘The Met is the biggest fashion event of the year, and for this theme, I wanted to create something that was meaningful and would spark a conversation,’ he explained
‘So that when people see us all together, it will put these Black designers at the top of people’s minds.’