Drew Barrymore Jets to Las Vegas After Her Divorce From Will Kopelman Is Finalized

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Drew Barrymore is living it up in Las Vegas!
The 41-year-old actress enjoyed a getaway in Sin City over the weekend, marking her first trip since finalizing her divorce from Will Kopelman last month.
"Is this bird going to Vegas?" Barrymore captioned a photo of her and her "#besties" aboard a private jet on Saturday. "If so yay!!!"

Two hours later, Barrymore confirmed she had indeed touched down in Nevada by sharing a snap of herself rocking a helmet and getting ready to enjoy some go-karting fun at the Pole Position Raceway.
She later changed into a pair of distressed denim jeans and a bright blue kimono-like top for a meet and greet with David Copperfield and "#thecrew" at the MGM Grand Resort & Casino.
But the fun didn't stop there. Barrymore and her friends also dined on Thai food and sipped on vino from her Barrymore Wines collection at one of her favorite local restaurants, Lotus of Siam.
She even snapped a selfie with the "goddess" herself, Jennifer Lopez, who is in Vegas for her All I Have residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
Before jet-setting to Vegas, the Blended star found her "#happyplace" in the middle of the ocean.
And what could possibly be more relaxing than playing with turtles?

Barrymore was married to Kopelman, an art consultant, for nearly four years. Back in May, she was a guest on Chelsea Handler's Netflix talk show, Chelsea, where she opened up about her divorce and what it's been like learning to cope without Kopelman. The two share two daughters, 3-year-old Olive and 2-year-old Frankie.
"There has been this really nice feeling of something very fluid and positive and the opposite of how I felt inside," she revealed. "Everyone has just been so cool and chill and nice about everything that it quelled by own fears and demons about how we sort of have to go through things in life."
Barrymore's split from Kopelman marked her third divorce. She was previously married to her Charlie's Angels co-star, Tom Green, for five months in 2001, and Jeremy Thomas, a Los Angeles bar owner, for two months in 1994. To hear more on why they called it quits, watch the video below.