Jennifer Lopez flaunts ample cleavage in plunging champagne gown during recent appearance
She made jaws drop and heads turn as she strutted down the red carpet for the Time 100 Gala Tuesday night. She certainly was the center of attention.
Jennifer Lopez may have been in a room of the “most influential” people but she certainly took the center stage with her shimmering Zuhair Murad dress. AmoMama gleaned info from Daily Mail.
The singer and actress donned a gown that displayed her full chest and much legs, offering maximum amounts of thigh for the bash at the Lincoln Center. The lush champagne-colored gown was adorned with beautiful metallic embroidery.
Her honey blonde locks were styled in a long, smooth ponytail and played up her natural beauty with long eyelash extensions and a bit of rose gold shadow across her lids. She accessorized with a chrome clutch, a pair of simple drop earrings, diamond bracelets, and countless rings which made her dazzle even more.
The 48-year-old brought along her handsome beau, retired baseball pro and current ESPN commentator Alex Rodriguez. He was clad in a black suit with bow tie.
Jennifer also tagged her mom Guadalupe Rodriguez and sister Linda Lopez as her guests. Both ladies looked elegant as can be as J-Lo’s mom matched her in metallics while Linda wore a light-blue silk for that classic glamour look.
J-Lo is one of the cover stars for Time’s annual issue, along with Nicole Kidman, tennis player Roger Federer, activist Tarana Burke, Tiffany Haddish, and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Her cover showed her wearing a low-cut white dress, which was shot by photographer Peter Hapak and inside her bio was written by Kerry Washington, in which she said:
“Jennifer Lopez is an iconic performer. She’s the first Latina actor to earn over $1 million for a film and the first woman to have a No. 1 album and a No.1 movie in the same week. But she’s also a mother, an entrepreneur, an activist, a designer, a beauty icon, a philanthropist and a producer.”
“She is an undeniable force and a powerful example - not just for women of color but for anyone who has been made to feel 'other' and for everyone who carries the burden and the privilege of being a first.”