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Is Pink Trying To Reunite Queen Latifah With Her Alleged Ex?

Submitted by on November 19, 2012 – 3:16 pm2 Comments
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According to Star Magazine, singer Pink has made it her mission to reunite her good friend and celebrity trainer Jeanette Jenkins with her alleged ex, Queen Latifah. Although neither Jeanette nor Queen ever publicly confirmed it, the duo reportedly dated for eight years until their split in 2011. In the year since then, the hip-hop icon turned actress has been seen out and about with choreographer Eboni Nichols, but apparently, that won’t be the case much longer if Pink has her way. Star reports:

“…singer Pink is working her magic in an attempt to get her good pal and personal trainer, Jeanette Jenkins, back with Queen Latifah!

The rap icon and actress dated Jeanette for about eight years before ending the relationship in 2011. And even though Queen began seeing choreographer Eboni Nichols shortly after, insiders tell Star that Jeanette misses her ex so Pink is trying to help. ‘Pink loves Jeanette and still thinks she and Queen make the perfect couple,’ stated the insider. ‘There are whispers that Eboni and Queen aren’t so happy together right now, so Pink thinks this would be a great time to reach out.’

Pink’s secret plan: invite the former loves to a dinner party, in hopes of reigniting the spark.”

It’s rumored that the Queen’s friendship and professional relationship with Eboni is what soured her relationship with Jeanette. Pink is hoping that, just like her relationship with husband Carey Hart (whom she briefly split with in 2008), Jeanette and the Queen will “rediscover their love” after being apart.

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