J.Lo wore a bedazzled Yankees cap and A-Rod's number at Saturday's pre-Super Bowl party
Move over John Cusack in "Say Anything," because J.Lo just did the most romantic thing possible: She donned a bejeweled Yankees cap and wore A-Rod's number on a "J LO" jersey. Yeah, that's true love.
Performing at Saturday's pre-Super Bowl party in Minnesota, the singer put on the A-Rod and Super Bowl-inspired costume for her second of seven costume changes:
She then played a new song, "Us," that was written around the time the two started dating. Though it may or may not be about A-Rod, it does feature the lyrics, "Feelin' you go on and touch my love/Throwing it now, here you go, catch up."
Now, maybe it's just a coincidence that "throwing" and "catch" -- two things you do on the baseball field -- are included in the line. But then again, maybe not.
How will A-Rod top Lopez's ode? Perhaps he'll write his own song -- or find a way to pay homage to one of her films during his next CNBC appearance.
Michael Clair writes about baseball for Cut4. He believes stirrup socks are an integral part of every formal outfit and Adam Dunn's pitching performance was baseball's greatest moment.