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The Hand That Robs The Cradle: Photo Proof Of Madonna, 55, Partying With New Boytoy, 26, On New Year's Eve

Madonna Parties With New Boyfriend 26 On New Year's Eve

Jan. 8 2014, Published 6:31 a.m. ET

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After first revealing that Madonna, 55, has quickly moved on from ex-boyfriend Brahim Zaibat with 26-year-old Timor Steffens, RadarOnline.com can now exclusively reveal a photo of the new couple celebrating together on New Year's Eve.

While attending designer Valentino Garavani's NYE bash in Gstaad, Switzerland, the lovey new pair was snapped getting cozy by Giancarlo Giammetti, the honorary president of the Valentino Fashion House.

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Giammetti captioned the photo: "Happy new year !!! @madonna #Timour #fun #newyearseve #dance"

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With her arm wrapped around her young new beau, Madonna lunges forward with her sunglasses on while Steffens is all smiles.

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Madonna and Steffens have been working together on a dance project for several months, making him an easy choice for her rebound romance.

And a dancer he is! Steffens signed up for the Netherlands edition of the hit dance competition So You Think You Can Dance in 2008 and was the first runner up. In 2009 he was handpicked by Michael Jackson to be part of his "This Is It" tour before the King of Pop's tragic death.

Steffens has worked with big names like BeyonceJanet JacksonChris BrownUsher and Whitney Houston.

Check out his SYTYCD audition below:

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