Jon Stevens kisses girlfriend Heloise Pratt after his performance at the Melbourne Cup 

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Jon Stevens impressed TV audiences with his performance of Never Tear Us Apart at the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday.

And after his powerful rendition of the INXS hit, the 59-year-old was seen packing on the PDA with his billionaire girlfriend Heloise Pratt, 56, at the Ormond Collective café.

The Noiseworks frontman kept his look simple with a classic white button up shirt, and accessorised with black shades.

No social distancing here! Jon Stevens packed on the PDA with his girlfriend Heloise Pratt after his performance at the Melbourne Cup. Both pictured

No social distancing here! Jon Stevens packed on the PDA with his girlfriend Heloise Pratt after his performance at the Melbourne Cup. Both pictured

Heloise, the daughter of late businessman Richard Pratt, teamed her strappy race day frock with a black wide brim hat.

The brunette beauty added a touch of bling to her look with a diamond encrusted choker.

The couple put on a very affectionate display, locking lips during a moment at the event.

Race day glamour: Heloise, the daughter of late businessman Richard Pratt, teamed her strappy race day frock with a black wide brim hat. She added a touch of bling to her look with a diamond encrusted choker

Race day glamour: Heloise, the daughter of late businessman Richard Pratt, teamed her strappy race day frock with a black wide brim hat. She added a touch of bling to her look with a diamond encrusted choker

Rock star: The Noiseworks frontman kept his look simple with a classic white button up shirt, and accessorised with black shades

Rock star: The Noiseworks frontman kept his look simple with a classic white button up shirt, and accessorised with black shades

Before the Melbourne Cup race, Jon’s pre-filmed performance of Never Tear Us Apart was aired. 

Due to COVID-19 restrictions on mass gatherings, no one was in the crowd at Flemington Racecourse to sing along with him, resulting in a surreal performance that was pre-filmed. 

Nevertheless, the beloved rock singer put on an undeniably powerful show.

No crowds: Before the Melbourne Cup race, Jon's pre-filmed performance of Never Tear Us Apart was aired. Due to COVID-19 restrictions on mass gatherings, no one was in the crowd at Flemington Racecourse to sing along with him, resulting in a surreal performance

No crowds: Before the Melbourne Cup race, Jon’s pre-filmed performance of Never Tear Us Apart was aired. Due to COVID-19 restrictions on mass gatherings, no one was in the crowd at Flemington Racecourse to sing along with him, resulting in a surreal performance 

Empty venue: Jon and his band performed in the grandstand, an area usually reserved for punters, along with an eight-piece string section and a solo saxophonist

Empty venue: Jon and his band performed in the grandstand, an area usually reserved for punters, along with an eight-piece string section and a solo saxophonist

Jon and his band performed in the grandstand, an area usually reserved for punters, along with an eight-piece string section and a solo saxophonist. 

Fans watching at home flocked to Twitter to praise his performance, including one who wrote: ‘Jon Stevens – just always gets it right.’ 

‘Jon Stevens actually sounds really good,’ a third viewer wrote, while a fourth said his performance ‘just saved the whole day. Won by six lengths.’ 

Hit with the audience! Fans watching at home flocked to Twitter to praise his performance, one wrote: 'Jon Stevens - just always gets it right.' Another said his performance 'just saved the whole day. Won by six lengths'

Hit with the audience! Fans watching at home flocked to Twitter to praise his performance, one wrote: ‘Jon Stevens – just always gets it right.’ Another said his performance ‘just saved the whole day. Won by six lengths’

The rocker’s outing with Eloise comes four years after they made their first public appearance as a couple at the Collingwood ball.

Philanthropist Heloise is the daughter of late businessman Richard Pratt, who had amassed a reported fortune of $5.48 billion before his death in 2009.

In 2017, after releasing his most recent album, Starlight, Jon told News Corp he’s in a better place today and the ‘happy love song’ is about his romance with Heloise.

‘You’ve got to be living it, feeling it to write those (love songs)’, Jon said of the track Something Bout You.

Powerful performance: One viewer wrote his performance 'just saved the whole day. Won by six lengths'

Powerful performance: One viewer wrote his performance ‘just saved the whole day. Won by six lengths’

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