Newly single Iggy Azalea was reportedly spotted getting cosy with French Montana (real name Karim Kharbouch) over the weekend at a party in a Las Vegas nightclub. The Team rapper split from her ex-fiancé and LA Lakers star Nick Young in June after getting engaged in 2015.

According to E! Online, the Australian rapper and the Figure It Out rapper attended Jennifer Lopez's show at Caesar's Palace together and then partied for hours at the Jewel nightclub at the Aria Resort & Casino where they danced for a while and then left the place together.

Earlier in the night, the 26-year-old rapper had performed at Lopez's 47th birthday post-concert bash, which was also attended by the likes of Calvin Harris and Kim Kardashian. The Keeping With The Kardarshians star has been involved in a bitter feud with Taylor Swift over her husband's lyrics from the song Famous from the album The Life of Pablo.

"There's like never anything new for me to do in life, so it's fun when there's something that comes up that you haven't done yet, or gone to yet. I'm really excited to get in there. A lot of my friends have been coming to Jewel the last couple weeks and telling me good things, so [I'm] excited to check it out," Azalea told the publication.

Before she took to the stage to perform her songs she was seen talking and raising a toast with the 31-year-year old at a VIP table. Later she performed a few of her songs for almost 20 minutes, and went back to the rapper to continue her conversation.

On 30 June, Azalea took to Twitter to confirm she was cheated on by Young.

"I broke up with Nick because I found out he had brought other women into our home while I was away and caught them on the security footage," Azalea informed her six million plus followers, according to JustJared.

"This is just like a second shot to the chest. And I feel like I don't even know who the hell it is I've been loving all this time," she added. "People in this world really are f**ked up."

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Iggy Azalea and French Montana attended Jennifer Lopez's show at Caesar's Palace together over the weekendDon Arnold / getty