Kanye West loves Kim Kardashian & 5 other celebs who declared their love in song! (VIDEOS)

It looks like Kim Kardashian has once again found love! Although Kardashian and rapper Kanye West have been friends for years, now the two have reportedly started dating. The couple was spotted together several times this past week, going to the movies and getting lunch in New York City.

Though neither party has officially confirmed the rumors, West basically did so when he confessed his feelings for Kardashian in the new song "Theraflu." "I admit I fell in love with Kim, 'Round the same time she fell in love with him," he raps.

"Well that's cool baby girl, do your thing, lucky I ain't have Jay drop him from the team." (Jay-Z is a part-owner of the New Jersey Nets, the team Humphries plays for.)


Kardiashian wasn't as forward, playing it coy on the TODAY show this morning, as seen below:

But West is hardly the only celebrity to ever talk about another star in his song. Tons of artists have used their music to discuss their feelings (bad or good) towards other celebrities, even though fans often don't even realize it! Below, a few examples of Latinos artists who have dedicated their lyrics to another:

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Jennifer Lopez wrote her infamous song "Jenny From the Block" about her own life with then-fiancee Ben Affleck. In the song, she insists that despite her success, she is still just a girl from the Bronx and that she will always remember where she came from. The video contrasted her childhood life with her life at the time, showing clips of her and Affleck on a yacht. 

One of her most recent songs "Papi" was also apparently partially inspired by ex-husband Marc Anthony:

Marc Anthony also wrote a song about his ex-wife. "You Sang to Me," originally released in 2000, was inspired by his then-friend Lopez. He even sang the song at President Barack Obama's inauguration, saying "I wrote this next song about Jennifer. I must have been psychic."

Enrique Iglesias's video for his single "Escape," featured on-and-off girlfriend Anna Kournikova, leading many to speculate whether it was dedicated to her.

Selena Gomez went semi-public about her feelings for boyfriend Justin Bieber for the first time ever in her song "Bang, Bang, Bang"--which just so happens to be her favorite song on her album When the Sun Goes Down (mine too!). The song is an awesome ex-anthem where she tells her former beau, presumably Nick Jonas,  "My new boy knows the way I want it, he's got more swagger than you, he's got more swagger than you do..." BURN! 


Brazilian musicians, Gabriel Guerra and Pedro Cezar wrote "Tributo a Gisele" for supermodel Gisele Bundchen. She liked it so much she now uses it as the theme music for her official website.

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