Love is in the air for pop icon Madonna and her new boyfriend Ahlamalik Williams. The couple was first spotted together earlier in December when they were in Miami. The 61-year-old seems to be serious about taking her relationship to the next level after telling Williams she loved him, so says his father.

Williams’ father Drue spoke about his son’s relationship with the Queen of Pop with TMZ, saying that both of them were 100% committed to each other. So, who is Madonna's new boyfriend?

Madonna reportedly had her eye on Williams since 2015 when he auditioned for her Rebel Heart Tour as one of her backup dancers. A California native, the dancer has appeared in most of her tour, including a documentary in 2016 covering the shows. The “Madame X” artist reportedly picked him out personally after trying out and the two have been dating for over a year now.

The "Material Girl" singer met with the 25-year-old’s parents when she was in New York during her tour in September. In November, the singer invited Williams’ parents to Caesar’s Palace to attend one of her shows. Drue revealed that the songstress also invited them to her suite for a luxurious dinner. The parents seemed to be getting along with Madonna, especially after offering them tickets to her shows in London and France in 2020 for the European tour of her latest album.

Drue is completely happy for his son, telling TMZ, “Love has no age. My son is livin' la Vida Loca, and I'm just happy for him."

His mother Laurie previously spoken out about the relationship and revealed she is a huge Madonna fan herself. “...I believe Madonna is going to stick with him because of the talent he has. As well as a dancer, he’s a songwriter, too. We met her after a show and it was incredible. The first thing she said to me was, ‘Wasn’t he fantastic?’ You never know, they could get married,” she said.

Williams has already gotten close to six of Madonna’s kids, with her daughter Lourdes spotted with the couple in Miami.

Madonna has a history of dating younger men in the past, most of them being dancers just like Williams.

Madonna attends the “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between” Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 1, 2017. Getty Images/Neilson Barnard