Jennifer Lopez was a vision in red as she posed in a bright red high-low gown on Christmas eve: “Have a beautiful Christmas Eve everyone!”
Many families all over the world welcomed Christmas in different ways, some simply and intimately, and others lavish and grandiose, including Jennifer Lopez.
The “Hustlers” star shared a glimpse of her Christmas eve, looking gorgeous in a bright red strapless gown with a belt and high-low design, as she posed walking up the stairs.
The singer’s photo had a dramatic effect as she held onto the railing while staring above. Her layered high-low tulle dress also added life to the picture as she seemed to be going for a formal look this holiday.
“‘TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS,” the gorgeous "On The Floor" artist wrote in the caption. “Have a beautiful Christmas Eve everyone!”
Not only did the “Love Don’t Cost A Thing” artist dress for the occasion, but she also prepared for the holidays through beautiful Christmas decorations at home.
According to an insider, the couple had a tough time deciding on whether to push through or not.
Previously, the performer shared a snap of her silver and white Christmas tree with many bright lights. She also gave a glimpse of her modern fireplace, which she decorated with fern garlands and LED trees.
Lopez’s Christmas decorations certainly went well with her home furniture, including a soft white couch with oversized throw pillows and a white faux fur throw over it.
The multi-talented star’s Christmas was undoubtedly wonderful and special as she spent it with her fiance, Alex Rodriguez, and their blended family.
Lopez shares 12-year-old twins, Emme and Max, with her ex-husband Marc Anthony, while Rodriguez has two daughters, Natasha, 16, and Ella, 12, with his ex-wife, Cynthia Scurtis.
Lopez and Rodriguez were supposed to tie the knot during summer this year but reportedly postponed their wedding due to the still ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
According to an insider, the couple had a tough time deciding on whether to push through or not. However, the safety of the guests was prioritized in the end.