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Jason Derulo and pregnant girlfriend Jena Frumes find out sex of first child with FIREWORKS in big gender reveal bash

JASON Derulo and his girlfriend Jena Frumes have announced the gender of their first child in an epic celebration with fireworks.

The singer first revealed their pregnancy over the weekend and soon after has shared the news that their first child will be a boy.

Jason, 31, took to Instagram today to celebrate the couple's gender reveal, where he and Jena, 27, threw a party with tons of friends and family.

The Savage Love singer wore a blue shirt in the hopes for a son, and his girlfriend toted a pink bag in the hopes of a girl.

The event featured a huge pool with blue and pink projected lights, colorful balloons, plenty of champagne, Carnival-style dancers, and a full band.

Enormous blue fireworks exploded as the evening concluded, confirming that the couple's first child will be a boy.

Jason engaged his fans with the post, as he captioned the clip: "Comment your guess before the video ends @jenafrumes @bahamarresorts."

The soon-to-be parents first shared the news of their developing baby on Sunday, with a sweet beach photoshoot.

The performer shared a beautiful video compilation to his Instagram feed, as they strolled along the shoreline at sunset.

Jason kissed and caressed his baby mama, while captioning his post: "Couldn’t be more excited for this new chapter in our life @jenafrumes @slsbahamar."

Jena also shared a stunning photo from the maternity shoot, as the Cats star cradled her developing bump.

The model captioned her shot: "Mom & Dad🍃👶🏽."

Jason and Jena met at the gym during the pandemic in 2020, which was an important year for the performer's career.

The Florida native took TikTok by storm, releasing a steady stream of viral videos and re-securing his place in the spotlight.

The new father hit the UK No1 with Savage Love in June and has been raking in the cash from the app ever since.

Jason has opened up about Jena's effect on his life, as he previously told The Sun: “I guess the biggest difference is talking about ‘we’ instead of ‘I’. It’s not like, ‘What am I going to have for dinner?’ it’s like, ‘What are we doing for dinner?’

“Every time you’re thinking of somebody else in a relationship it really makes you a lot more selfless.”

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