John Legend, Kelly Rowland, Lenny Kravitz, Stevie Wonder, Snoop Dogg, Diddy, were some of the celebs who attend the Keep Memory Alive foundation’s “Power of Love Gala” celebrating Muhammad Ali’s 70th birthday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena over the weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Other celebrities and performers at the celebration included the man himself Muhammad Ali, wifeLonnie Ali, Sean Combs, Anthony Hopkins, David Beckham, Ne-Yo, Samuel L. Jackson,Common, LL Cool J, Cee Lo Green, and many more. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health and the Muhammad Ali Center.
Kelly Rowland was clearly the belle of the ball (going through three outfit changes) as she performed a few of her hits along with a tribute to both Whitney and Mr. Ali “The Greatest Love Of All.”
Music icon Stevie Wonder also played a few songs for the boxing great.
Kelly Rowland and Stevie Wonder perform Whitney Houston’s Greatest Love of All at Muhammad Ali’s [VIDEO BELOW]
Snoop Dogg wore a beige vest with a picture of the boxing legend painted on the front.
LL Cool J fittingly hit the stage and performed “Mama Said Knock You Out.”
Diddy also had a few words during the show.
Singer NeYo served as one of the presenters.
Samuel L. Jackson attended with his wife LaTanya Richardson.
Boxing icon Muhammed Ali was presented his honor by wife Lonnie Ali and Diddy.