Jennifer Lopez has been seen almost daily in New York City in a range of outfits that don’t resemble her typical Jenny From The Block style.
And on Monday, the 51-year-old Bronx native was up to the task again when she emerged with a double-print outfit that hid the curves she flaunted in her 2019 striptease movie Hustlers.
Also with the mother of two was her fiancé, the 45-year-old baseball veteran turned commentator Alex Rodriguez, more low-key in dark gray.
Let’s get loud: Jennifer Lopez has been seen almost daily in New York City in a range of outfits that don’t resemble her typical Jenny From The Block style. And on Monday, the Bronx native, 51, was back
The film and TV star also shared a look at her new film on Monday. It’s called Marry Me from director Kat Coiro, who co-stars Owen Wilson, and Colombian singer, songwriter and actor Maluma.
Lopez shared that the romantic comedy will be released on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2021.
As for her Monday look, J-Lo wore a low-cut floral maxi dress with a pattern patchwork that included a cit scene, plant, and checks.
The motorcycle jacket had the same hodgepodge of prints, even including a red parrot.
J-Lo wore a low-cut floral maxi dress with a pattern patchwork that included a cit scene, a plant, and some checks. The motorcycle jacket had the same hodgepodge of prints, even including a red parrot
Together it was a lot to take in but still had an elegant style, probably better for Capri than for the Big Apple.
Jenny added strappy beige heels, a mini green crocodile handbag, a soft straw hat and a black mask as she made her way to a waiting SUV. And she flashed her big diamond engagement ring from her future husband.
Even though her mask hid a large part of her face, it was still evident that the actress in the second act had heavy eye makeup on.
Alex went for a more casual look with an all-gray outfit.
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There was no sign of their four children combined – she has Max and Emme, both 12, with ex-husband Marc Anthony, and he has Natasha, 15, and Ella, 12, with his ex-wife Cynthia Scurtis.
Lopez was last seen taking meetings, often at alfresco lunches with his manager Benny Medina by his side.
The past few months have been tense for Jennifer and A-Rod as they lead a consortium focused on buying the New York Mets baseball franchise from the Wilpon and Katz families.
New movie: The star also shared a look at her new movie on Monday. His name is Marry Me and co-stars Owen Wilson and Maluma
Another Bride: Lopez shared the romantic comedy would be released on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2021
But according to Newsday, billionaire Steve Cohen appears to be the frontrunner to acquire the famous franchise, with hisdrive to buy the team going “smoothly” and without “any obstacles”.
An insider told the outlet that the transaction is expected to take place later this month, when Cohen is expected to be voted on by 23 of the other 29 owners.
The developments come days after Jennifer and Alex’s team said they would control the franchise – making their baseball the first Latina woman to own their baseball, and paying $ 100 million to a charity if the team wasn’t winning the World Series in 10 years or less.
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“ It’s not over until it’s over, ” Lopez told the New York Post on Tuesday, citing late-night baseball icon Yogi Berra.
She continued, “We are New Yorkers and we are not going to give up. We think we have the best deal for the sport, the team and the city.
“ I would be the controlling person, ” Jennifer said of the arrangement they planned with the former MLB shortstop if they bought the baseball club from the Wilpons-Katz group.
Alex, a former New York Yankees, Texas Rangers and Seattle Mariners player, told the publication their offer was comparable to Cohen’s $ 2.35 billion offer.
Jennifer and Alex previously said via social media that they had “ informed the Mets that they are no longer pursuing the team acquisition, ” but deleted the posts later. Cohen’s initial decision to buy the team came earlier this year, but complications have delayed the sale of the team.
He wants to become a part-owner of a baseball team: The past few months have been tense for Jennifer and A-Rod as they lead a consortium focused on buying the New York Mets baseball franchise from the Wilpon and Katz families.