Still Got It: 10 Older Male Celebs Who Pulled Pretty Young Thangs

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Attention Slores, CELEBRITY, Entertainment

Celebrities at 2013 White House Correspondence Dinner in Washington, D.C

There’s nothing older men love more than pretty young tenders who make them feel youthful again. Since the beginning of forever, ’ole dirty uncles , silver foxes and cat daddies have targeted younger women to see if they still got “it” and many do, especially the famous old heads on this list.

Here are ten older male celebs who pulled pretty young thangs. Take a look.

Celebrities at 2013 White House Correspondence Dinner in Washington, D.C

Flawlessly-permed activist/TV show host Rev. Al Sharpton (58) & his, um, “personal stylist” Aisha McShaw (35)

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Filth Lord Hugh Hefner (978) & [Insert 20-somethin blonde-haired eye candy]

Michael Jordan, Yvette Prieto

Basketball GOD Michael Jordan (50) & alleged gold digger Yvette Prieto (32)


Filthy rich mogul Diddy (43) & stay-at-home love slave Cassie (26)


Living Hip-Hop legend Jay-Z (40-something) & Queen Beysus (31)

Eddie Murphy, sporting a red Adidas track suit, leaves his local Coffee Bean with new girlfriend/former BET VJ Rocsi Diaz. Looking like an extra from a Run DMC music video, Murphey took the hand of his new girlfriend as they walked back to his Mercedes-Benz SL 6.3 AMG. Rosci, who is currently pursuing an acting carrer, is starring in the upcoming film 'Soul Ties'. Photograph

Beloved funny man Eddie Murphy (51) & Rocsi (28)


Legendary Def Jam co-founder Russell Simmons (55) & [Insert fresh, young and exotic eye candy]


Music legend Quincy Jones (80) & “30-something mystery white woman”


Bed-hopping playboy George Clooney (51) & celebrity nobody Stacey Keibler (32)


Iconic action movie star Bruce Willis (58) & model Emma Hemming (34)

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