Jennifer Lopez shares sweet two-year anniversary message for Alex Rodriguez

Jennifer Lopez shares sweet two-year anniversary message for Alex Rodriguez

'Jenny from the Block' has shared the love she has for A-Rod on her Instagram - and it left us teary-eyed!

J Lo and Alex Rodriguez / Instagram
J Lo and Alex Rodriguez / Instagram

J Lo and A-Rod: Two years of being amazing together 

This anniversary tribute message got us right into the feels! 

Jennifer Lopez had her fans feeling all emotional after she recently took to her Instagram to share a two-year anniversary message dedicated to her love, former professional American baseball player Alex Rodriguez.

The pair have been together for two years, and the 'Jenny From The Block' hitmaker went all out to thank him for making her world a "more beautiful safe and stable place." 

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By the looks of her message, it seems like it's been two years of pure awesomeness, and we cannot wait to continue to walk this journey with the pair. 

Take a look at the tribute message below:

John Travolta sports a new look thanks to a rapper 

Grease star John Travolta has ditched his hair and decided to go bald after being persuaded by his good friend, American rapper Pitbull, to do so. 

IOL reports that Armando Perez (or Pitbull if you prefer) told Travolta that he preferred him with no hair, so he decided to take the plunge and shave it all off. 

And boy-oh-boy are we glad he did. It seems like his fans and even his wife, actress Kelly Preston, have given a massive thumbs up to the new look at age 64.

Hair or no hair, John is timeless and like a good wine, only gets better with age.

Washa! Somizi's fiancé lands a TV gig

Fans of the popular show MTV Shuga: Down South will be seeing a gorgeous new face entering the series - and he's one that you already know.

Mohale Motaung, Somizi's fiancé, will be playing the role of Odirile, who is an openly gay man, Channel24 reports. His role will be used to shed light on issues such as HIV and even abuse in relationships.

For those of you who haven't heard about the show, it has been described as "Set against the clubs, bars and student hangouts of South Africa, MTV Shuga relates a bitter-sweet tale of love, betrayal, relationships and heartache," according to its Facebook page.

He has said in a statement that he is happy to be able to use his role to educate the youth who may not be as fortunate as him to be comfortable with himself and open about his sexuality.

READ: Is Somizi planning a wedding 'extravaganza'?

"As an openly-gay man, I’m fortunate to have the support of my family and my fiancé, Somizi, but not all South African youth, especially those growing up in conservative and traditional households, experience the same level of acceptance. That’s why programmes like MTV Shuga play such a crucial role in informing the youth and helping them realise they are not alone,” he said. 

The second season of the show is set to hit screens on 12 February 2019.

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