The photo shoot of Jennifer Lopez in a bikini that comes to light 10 years after


March 25, 2020
(14:40 CET)

Jennifer Lopez it takes many, many years of being one of the singers with the greatest impact on the world. The spectacular voice of the Bronx combined with a figure of scandal have become a star.

JLo has made of the provocation one of their best weapons. There are few times that we have seen american wearing outfits more than risky: necklines of vertigo, transparencies, mini skirts, pants, very ajustados…de all.

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Combinations that then Jennifer boast during his public appearances in concerts and events, and that added to her unmistakable voice make it a diva in every rule.

So as to accumulate more of 100 million followers in Instagramand also to be one of the celebrities the more accounts they have dedicated their fans. And is that the north american account with hundreds of followers who dedicate themselves to hang material from the singer to the journal, either new or recovered from the past.

So he was posing Jennifer Lopez 10 years ago

For example, the following snapshot. A few pictures of a stage past which it is clear that by a lot over the years Jlo maintains a figure sculptural. And also that we will always have more than enough talent to pose in front of the cameras.

“How beautiful”, “IJennifer Lopez naked? How is it that these pictures had not come up before?”, “What about this? It is brutal”, “Jennifer these are so beautiful…you’ve always been an angel” or “Spectacular JLo” are just some of the comments dedicated to him in the network.

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A Jennifer Lopez that, on the other hand, is receiving a lot of criticism for being of the few celebrities that has not been pronounced regarding the crisis of the coronavirus that is affecting the whole world. Especially taking into account that New York, his city of origin, is one of the cities hardest hit by the COVID-19.