AceShowbiz - %cChris Martin% surely knows how to stay friendly with his exes. The %cColdplay% frontman is having no trouble partying with his current girlfriend %cDakota Johnson% at %cEllen DeGeneres%' star-studded 60th birthday bash, where two of his famous exes, %cJennifer Lawrence% and %cGwyneth Paltrow%, were present.
Jennifer attended the bash, which took place at The Lot Studios in West Hollywood, California, over the weekend, alongside other famous faces including %cReese Witherspoon%, %cKim Kardashian%, %cKanye West%, %cChrissy Teigen% and %cJohn Legend%. The "mother!" actress previously had an off-and-on again relationship with Chris before ending their romance in 2015.
Meanwhile, Gwyneth was with her fiance Brad Falchuk. Looking chic in a red jacket, black pants and stilettos, the A-lister was seen packing on the PDA with the TV producer who looked dapper in a gray suit.
Chris, who consciously uncoupled with Gwyneth back in 2014 after a decade of marriage, was spotted looking casual in a gray top, matching beanie and black sweatpants. He held hands with Dakota, who opted for a long white coat, black pants and heeled-boots.
It was not the first time Chris showing that he's cool with Gwyneth and Brad's relationship. The "Fix You" hitmaker, who shares two children together with Gwyneth, was previously pictured having casual brunch together with Brad. The "Iron Man 3" star captioned the snap, "Sunday brunch," adding the hashtag #modernfamily.
Gwyneth and Chris announced back in March 2015 that they "consciously uncoupled," but decided to remain amicable after the split. The pair also appeared to be supportive of each other's love life.
As for Chris and Dakota's romance, things were reportedly getting serious. The lovebirds appeared to confirm their romance as they were seen catching a flight together in Charles de Gaulle Airport a week ago. A source claimed that Chris and the "Fifty Shades of Grey" actress are "definitely dating," adding, "They've gotten to know each other really well and are very comfortable from one another."