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The onlooker added Richie even placed Disick’s phone in his back pocket before giving him a “sweet kiss on the cheek.” The lovebirds celebrated their first Christmas season together this month, with Richie getting into the holiday spirit by dancing around the kitchen to her father Lionel Richie’s 1983 classic “All Night Long (All Night)” while dressed in some Santa-themed themed sleepwear — minus the pants.RELATED VIDEO: Sofia Richie and Scott Disick Kick Off Their Christmas Weekend Together She put on the routine for her boyfriend, who shared her dance moves on his Instagram stories.Despite Richie’s tweet, the two were seen leaving Nobu in Malibu, California, arm-in-arm together during a Friday night in June. An insider told PEOPLE, “It’s obvious she looks up to Scott. They are very flirty,” adding, “Scott takes care of her, opens the car door and pays for everything.” The two made things official on Instagram days later, with Disick sharing a photo of himself and the model to his Instagram story while sharing a kiss and receiving a “congratulations” cake during a trip to Miami.The very next day, Richie joined the self-proclaimed “lord” in Las Vegas for a late dinner at Stack restaurant along with a group of friends. One of their friends shared a video of the moment on Instagram, capturing Disick and Richie kissing each other on the lips.
An onlooker told PEOPLE that the couple was affectionate throughout the night, sharing cell phones to take photos.
Things started to heat up in September, when a source told PEOPLE the two had grown closer. The two grew closer as they began to travel together, first taking trips to Miami, then Mexico and later Milan.
A source close to Disick told PEOPLE at the time that Richie had begun to call the father of three her “boyfriend,” adding, “She thinks he is the best.” And it appeared the feeling was mutual, with the source saying, “Scott likes having her around.
Still, he clearly enjoys performing All Around The World, which is the curtain-raiser on his current tour. Angel (2000) Richie's comeback album, Renaissance, was not kindly reviewed, with the vast line-up of producers and engineers deemed to gone too far in trying to make the singer sound contemporary and edgy.
However, the single Angel recalled the poise and glitter-ball charm of his Eighties output and was a reminder that, though Richie's relevance as a recording artist had dimmed, his voice remained as pure and powerful as in his heyday.
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