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Jennifer Lopez just published in its social networks a video where it appears with actor Richard Gere in the movie “what about we Dance?” (Shall We Dance?) premiered in 2004.

The interpreter of “The ring,” stated that “I missed dancing,” and decided to publish the clip that lasts more than three minutes. The publication in your account of Instagram has more than two million views and thousands of comments from all her fans in the whole world.

“I miss dancing. Here is a #TBT of a movie that I made with the charming Richard Gere called ‘Shall We Dance?’”said JLo in your account of Instagram. “I remember rehearsing for this scene! None of us knew any ballroom dancing and was a challenge for the two, but very fun!”added.

The entrepreneur took the opportunity to invite all of your followers to see the film in these coming days keeping quarantine to prevent the spread of the COVID-19. “If you’re looking for some inspiration for awakening what has been lost… it is a great movie to see while you’re at home”, ended.

“This was my favorite movie. I knew every step”, “The best movie”, “How to forget that scene”were fans of Lopez in response to his recommendation.

As you recall, Jennifer Lopez comes through the quarantine with his family and his partner Alex Rodriguez. The singer also celebrated birthday number 12 She, the daughter of her fiance Alex Rodriguez, in the comfort of your home, and dedicated a beautiful post.

“My little and loving It … the first day I met you, (you were so small then …) you ran over to me, you sat on my lap, I abrazaste and I asked her to bring my dress of lavender. I had just worn to the Grammys when you grew up. You won my heart in a fraction of a second … you already are not so small, but you’re still sitting in my lap and I love it! HAPPY BIRTHDAY sweet girl! #ThisPicIsUs PD: I have the dress in store for you!”, expressed in Instagram.


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