Jennifer Lopez Leaves the Dance Studio In Sexy Dress With a Deep V Plunge
Jennifer Lopez stepped out of her dance studio in Los Angeles this week wearing a sexy black jumpsuit with a plunging V-neckline. The loose fabric blew around her body in the wind as she stepped into her car. The backless piece showed a glimpse of her white bralette underneath.
She wore a large pair of black wrap-around sunglasses and carried a large black handbag. J.Lo’s hair was blown out straight around her shoulders, and she wore a chunky chain necklace and a pair of green sneakers under the wide bell legs of the jumpsuit.
Lopez’s dance practice will definitely be a part of her upcoming documentary titled Halftime. The doc’s name is a reference to J.Lo being in her early 50s, and to her famous halftime performance with Shakira in 2020. It’s set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival and will be available on Netflix June 14.
Netflix said in a statement, “In Halftime, Lopez is giving us a peek behind the curtain – unpacking everything from her iconic 2020 Super Bowl halftime performance with Shakira (get it?) to her journey as a mom, Latinx creative, and woman on the other side of 50. This is the Lopez you don’t see in glossy interviews.”
Directed by Amanda Micheli, the doc is supposed to reveal more about Lopez’s life offstage. The actress and pop star has been experiencing a wave of change in the past year or so, breaking off her engagement with Alex Rodriguez and renewing her relationship with Ben Affleck.
Affleck and Lopez are now engaged for the second time. They were initially connected in the early aughts, before going their separate ways. Affleck married actress Jennifer Garner and Lopez eventually married musical artist Marc Anthony. They both have children from their previous relationships, and have recently been shopping for a new place to live that would be suitable for their blended families.
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