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Jaleel White, best known for playing the suspender-sporting goof with an affection for eyewear (and Winslow!) on Family Matters, is back and ready to prove he has what it takes to be a ladies’ man.
In the music video for Grammy winner Cee Lo Green’s latest single, “Cry Baby,” the ’90s TV alum, 34, takes a cue from the Lady Killer himself – and ditches his glasses.
In character as Green, 37, an all-grown-up White breaks hearts – “We’re two trains passing,” he says to his soon-to-be ex at the start of the music video – gains a gaggle of giddy female followers and cuts a rug on pseudo studio sets.
The old-school funk feel is reminiscent of The Voice coach’s previous music video for “Forget You” – although he says he wasn’t involved in this production.
“I had no idea they shot a video for cry baby,” he Tweeted. “I hear it’s cool though.”
BY ALISON SCHWARTZ