44 years old and Damn HOT ! Jennifer Lopez is FINE.
The newly single lady is showing off her perfect body (well done photoshop) but still ! She got that « good thing » on and, for the Billboard magazine cover, she is showing all kind of fabulosity.
« On the cover of the music mag lensed by Joe Pugliese, Jenny from the Block is red-hot, rocking an Alaïa leotard with Christian Louboutins and lips to match as she perches herself atop a silver stool. And inside, she continues to bare all, not only about life and love, but in lots of leotards, too. » says globalgrind.
J.Lo’s spread and excerpts from her interview before the full story drops next Monday. Scroll to know more about the Bomba Latina !
On finding herself:
“Things have changed so much for me,” she says. “I had to really do some soul searching and just realize a lot of things about love, and now I feel like I come from a place where I’m stronger and, I think, better.”
On finding her voice:
“I never put myself out there to show the world what I could do in the best way I could. And touring, you gain a lot when you go out there every night and sing when you feel good, or even when your voice is scratchy and you feel a little off. It made me want to get back into the studio without that cage I had put on myself. Once I let that beast loose, I was doing things I didn’t know I could do.”
The many sides of Ms. Lopez:
“I’ve always strayed from embracing all these different parts of myself as a person and as an artist, but this time I was like, ‘I am all these different things,’” says Lopez. “I can be silly, I can make fun of myself, but I can also be deathly serious and way too deep and introspective sometimes. I think people have so many more sides to themselves than just one. We’re much more colorful than that.”
On having longevity in her career like Cher and Tina Turner:
“You can go on, and you can do what you want into your 60s and 70s and you can be powerful and be vulnerable and be human. And I think we’re just carrying that on. I’d like to think I’m part of the generation that’s carrying that on.”
On what’s next:
“I don’t know what I’m going to be doing in the next six months. I really don’t. And that’s OK for me. Because what I like is whatever happens is supposed to happen. And I’m good. I can roll with that.”