Jennifer Lopez Shares Adorable Childhood Memory About Neil Diamond’s ‘Sweet Caroline’ at Red Sox Game

2018-08-07T10:59:48+00:00August 7th, 2018|News|

MTV/TRL/Getty Images

Jennifer Lopez announced as Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Reward recipient at 2018 MTV VMAs at MTV Studios on July 31, 2018 in New York City.

When she’s not busy at the recording studio, performing, acting or being a judge on World of Dance, Jennifer Lopez can be found enjoying a ball game.

On Sunday, Lopez and boyfriend Alex Rodriguez attended a Yankees vs. Red Sox game at Boston’s Fenway Park, and as the game was coming to an end, J.Lo recorded herself singing Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” — a Boston baseball tradition.

The classic tune is played at the bottom of the eighth inning at every Red Sox home game, and it’s a song that takes her back to her childhood.

“I love this song!!” she posted on the caption. “My mom said this song came out around the time I was born and her and my dad used to sing it to me but when the sweet Caroline part came they would sing Sweet Jennifer,” she said.

The video captures a smiling J.Lo swaying her head side-to-side and singing part of the lyric. She added: “Whenever I hear it I see a picture in my mind of my mommy and daddy singing to me as a baby and it always makes me happy inside and smile real big on the outside!!”

Watch the adorable post below.

Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!

Go to Top