February 01, 2019

Jennifer Lopez looks like a seductive ballerina, flaunting ample cleavage in a fluffy white dress

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Singer Jennifer Lopez recently appeared on “The Tonight Show” where here and the host, Jimmy Fallon played a touching game. However, Jennifer’s dress received most of the attention.

Jennifer Lopez has an upcoming film called “Second Act” and is appearing on various talk shows to promote it.

One of her most recent stops was an interview with Jimmy Fallon on his show. She first sat and talked to him and then they played a game.

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Jennifer Lopez stunned audiences in her ensemble, consisting of a white dress with a full, puffy skirt, diamond drop earrings, and great makeup. During the interview, she spoke about the film and her family life.

Straight afterward she joined actor Milo Ventimiglia for a game called “Can You Feel It?” where contestants are made to put their hand in a box to feel what is inside and then guess the contents.


The items Jennifer had to feel and identify include a bowl of guacamole, a toaster full of sponges, and a small statue of a snowman.


This was not the only time recently that Jennifer Lopez wore a dazzling ensemble. At the Video Music Awards, she wore a silver body-fitting lamé dress with intricate draping.


The dress showed off her curvaceous figure and made her the star of the red carpet. She accessorized with a cuff bracelet, silver clutch, and high heels.


Despite being 49 years old, Jennifer maintains a toned body which she enjoys flaunting.


A little-known fact about Jennifer Lopez is that she was nearly in a remake of “A Star Is Born” with Will Smith in the early 2000s.

The two were in talks for quite some time, but the project never took off, so the film was never made. Jennifer is glad that Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper recently released their remake:

“I’m proud of Bradley, [getting a Golden Globe nomination] for directing his first film. And watching Gaga do her thing in the movie, it’s just great. Everything happens in its divine timing.”