Amazon CEO Jeff
Bezos jokingly reacted to a viral video of his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez
engaged in conversation with Leonardo DiCaprio at the LACMA Art + Film Gala in
Los Angeles on Saturday.

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In the footage,
Lauren flashes a big smile while talking with the DiCaprio, who co-chaired the
event for the 10th consecutive year. Bezos is seen standing silently by her
side, but the Blue Origin founder had a lot to say on Twitter after the video
went viral on the internet.

The six-second
video has garnered more than 16.2 million views on Twitter.

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Responding to the
video on Monday, Bezos wrote, “Leo, come over here, I want to show you
something.” Along with his tweet, the billionaire shared a 
photograph of himself standing shirtless over a sign that reads, “Danger!
Steep cliff. Fatal drop.”

The billionaire’s
tweet has gone viral with over 150,000 likes and thousands of amused comments.

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The relationship
between Jeff Bezos and American news anchor Lauren Sanchez first came to light
in 2019 after the National Enquirer published racy text messages exchanged by
them. Their relationship made the headlines when Bezos and his wife Mackenzie
Scott divorced after 25 years of marriage.

After the event,
Lauren posted pictures on Instagram and captioned “Beautiful evening last night
at the @LACMA Art + Film Gala hosted by the amazing @1evachow and
@leonardodicaprio. A huge congratulations to this year’s honorees @asherald,
@kehindewiley and Steve Spielberg! An amazing event that will benefit important
museum initiatives, exhibitions, and programming for years to come”.

The 10th annual
LACMA Art + Film Gala honoured Academy Award-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg
and American artists Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald, who have painted official
photos of President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama, respectively, for the
Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC.

At the event, there
were many celebrities, including Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus, Diane Keaton,
Tracee Ellis Ross, Salma Hayek, Serena Williams and Dakota Johnson.