The video of Jeff Bezos’ girlfriend salivating over Leonardo DiCaprio has been seen 8 million times.
A video of Jeff Bezos’ girlfriend Lauren Sanchez salivating over Leonardo DiCaprio went viral.
Lauren Sanchez, a news anchor, and Jeff Bezos, the Amazon CEO, have been dating since 2019, after Bezos divorced his wife of 25 years, Mackenzie Scott.
However, DiCaprio has demonstrated that he is still one of Hollywood’s top heartthrobs, with Sanchez apparently smitten after meeting briefly at an event over the weekend.
Sanchez, 51, was with her boyfriend—one of the world’s wealthiest men—at the 10th Annual Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Art and Film Gala Presented By Gucci when they ran into the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star on the red carpet.
The news anchor’s response to meeting DiCaprio has gone viral, with a footage shared to Twitter by @2cooI2blog being seen more than 8 million times at the time of publication.
The unusual and slightly embarrassing situation has spawned a slew of memes, with people joking about Sanchez being thirsty for the star while her spouse stands right behind her.
“Sis came in with the world’s wealthiest guy and risked it all when she got next to Leonardo,” one popular tweet says.
Another user commented, “find someone who looks at you the way Jeff Bezos’ girlfriend looks at Leonardo DiCaprio.”
“Jeff Bezos lady literally forgot she’s holding hands with the wealthiest guy in the world as soon as DiCaprio embraced her,” actor Daniel Newman said.
DiCaprio, 46, is presently dating model and actress Camila Morrone, 24, and the couple has been together for three years.
The iconic video comes just days after the billionaire spoke at COP26, saying that his journey to space inspired him to do more to preserve the earth from imminent climate change disasters.
“I was informed that viewing the Earth from space alters your perspective on the planet. But I wasn’t expecting how much of it would be true “Bezos said.
“Looking back at Earth from above, the atmosphere seems to be so thin, the earth so limited and frail. Now, in this important year and, as we all know, pivotal decade, we must all work together to defend our planet.”
In his address, he added: “We must protect what we still have, repair what we have lost, and develop what we need to exist without harming the world for future generations. Restoration may enhance soil fertility, increase yields, and improve food security, improve water reliability, generate employment, and stimulate economic development, all while sequestering carbon.”
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