Jennifer Lopez and her sister Lynda teamed up today to support a good cause at a local Best Buy in LA. Lynda and Jen were on hand to accept a $500,000 check for their Maribel Foundation, which provides quality health care for women and children around the globe. Through Jen's partnership with Samsung and Best Buy, the organization will now be able to treat children in multiple countries with the use of cutting-edge telemedicine programs that can treat and diagnose illness under the guidance of doctors from Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
Shortly after the ceremony, Jen changed into a casual pastel top and pants for a meet and greet autograph-signing session with fans. The first 200 people in line at the store got their own signed Love? CD. She was in high spirits for this happy occasion, but over the weekend Jen broke down in tears. Reminiscing over past loves and seeing her mother in the audience during a performance of "Until It Beats No More" proved to be too much for the newly single singer. J Lo got extremely emotional following a choreographed routine with dancers dressed like former loves Ben Affleck, Diddy, and Marc Anthony, and according to the singer she's "just a girl, just like everybody else, trying to find [her] way." Meanwhile, Bradley Cooper might be just what Jen's searching for as the pair were recently spotted together returning to her Calabasas home.