Jennifer Lopez Turns 51 — Check Out This Touching Video Fans Made for Her
Jennifer Lopez has just turned 51-years-old and her fans have made her a sweet birthday tribute. Check it out now.
Jennifer Lopez is 51 years old and has shared a touching video tribute made by her fans on her Instagram page.
The video is composed of messages to the singer from fans all around the world as they wished her happy birthday on her special day.
In the post, she thanked her fans for the touching video, remembering her last birthday when she had been able to celebrate with them and adding:
"But what's the same is I still feel the love from all of you and I hope you feel it too! Even though the world has changed so much, here is something that never will: I love you, I love you, I love you!"
On the day, Lopez shared the festivities with her fans on Instagram, which included a huge flower display in the living room.
In addition to her fan's well wishes, Lopez also received messages from her celebrity friends which included Ryan Seacrest and Hoda Kotb.
The former baseball player shared a heartfelt message to Lopez.
Rodriguez also shared a touching tribute to his wife, sharing a video showing the couple's special moments throughout the years.
In it, the former baseball player shared a heartfelt message to Lopez, praising her and showering her with love, much to the delight of his fans. He wrote:
"Every moment with you is magical. You are the greatest partner, the best mom, the most amazing performer. A role model. A hero. An inspiration."
Lopez was married before she met her fiance in 2005. However, the pair did not officially start dating until 2017.
In 2019, during a romantic getaway, the former Yankee player proposed to her in the Bahamas but the pair has had to postpone their wedding plans due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While in lockdown, the singer has been documenting her time, often working out or wearing athleisure with her husband.
However, she did face some jokes from fans after she posted a photo showing her "baby hairs," which most agreed were too long to be called baby hairs.