All those smoldering looks and wind blowing in their hair. SWOON.
We just can't.
Ch-ch-check out the music video for it…AFTER THE JUMP!
Attention, people who compile dictionaries: We need a new word for J.Lo levels of flawlessness!
And we need it NOW!
The 43-year-old's caramel complexion glowed against the nude A-line frock, which kept her curves covered but proved that La Lopez can work any silhouette.
We knew that though!
Ombre waves and Christian Louboutin pumps finished off the fabby ensem.
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The National Constitution Center's 2012 Liberty Medal is a super special honor — and we're happy to report that this year's recipient is none other than the legend himself, Muhammad Ali!
He was presented the award from Terrance Howard, and his daughter, Laila Ali.
It was a big honor regardless, but it was also the U.S. Constitution's 225th Anniversary, held at the National Constitution Center — so it was amplified in excitement a bit!
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The owner was asking for $50,000, twice the home's actual value.
Well it's finally sold… for $70,000!!
The actual house is only worth about $23,000.
It was bought by a Las Vegas real estate investor who is a huuuuge fan of Ali.
The new owner plans to restore the home to how it looked when Ali was a child.
We wonder if they're going to make it like a little museum, or if they actually plan to live there at any point.
Either way, congrats on scoring your idol's old house!
Muhammad Ali first began boxing as a young boy, living in a very small home in Louisville, Kentucky.
The tiny, one story home is now in a state of disrepair, worth only about $23,000.
The owner is trying to sell it for $50,000, riding off its historic value.
While living at the house, at age 12 his bike was stolen. He decided to take up boxing because he wanted to find and beat up the thief.
That was just the humble beginning of the greatest boxer in the history of time.
Check out the video (above) to see his actual old house!
The singer performed at the star-studded Power of Love Gala this past weekend, which was hosted by Keep Memory Alive founder Larry Ruvo (pictured above).
The organization not only honored the boxer at the celebration, but raised $250,000 for the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health and the Muhammad Ali Center!
TY KU was the drink of the evening and Cee Lo even created his own original low calorie cocktail he named