Make It Right: 10 Former Couples That Need To Get Back Together

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Break Ups, Coupled Up, Divorces
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10 Former Couples That Need To Get Back Together

We hate to see couples break up. It makes us sad. Especially when they have so much promise. These couples, whether they be romantic, business or friendships were pretty cool to see and now that they're broken up, we want to see them back together. Take a look.
joe budden Joe Budden and Tahiry - Rumor has it they are Splitsville, but we actually thought they were a cute, fun couple when they weren't trying to kill each other.
tiger-woods-elin-nordegren1 Tiger Woods and Elin - We want to see Tiger win more Majors. And he apparently needs his boo for that.
tameka.usher.chilli2 Usher and Chilli - Didn't they seem perfect together?
diddy Diddy and J. Lo - They were an oddly perfect fit. And if he is all for her in these outfits then we want it back.
drake rih Drake and Rihanna - They deserve to give it a real shot. Don't they?
Vanessa Williams Rick Fox Rick Fox and Vanessa Williams - They seemed like a perfect union. It's not too late.
heidi_klumseal2012-wide Seal and Heidi Klum - These two really had some swirly goodness. Damn the other stuff, we liked their family.
selita ebanks terrence j Terrence J and Selita Ebanks - They looked so good together...even if she is a bit crazy.
halle berry Halle Berry and Michael Ealy - We know they're both committed but Halle needs her groove back.
url-9 Nelly and Ashanti - It's not like they have anything else going for them right now.
andre Erykah Badu and Andre 3000 - They're still friends and it was all cordial. So what's wrong?

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