Jennifer Lopez’s People Magazine Awards appearance turned heads thanks to an exceptionally low-cut jumpsuit that revealed vast amounts of the singer’s skin. The diva had mouths dropping open on the red carpet as she moved with a dancer’s grace in an outfit that practically invited a wardrobe malfunction. Fortunately for the singer and actress, the plunging neckline of her sparkly attire managed to cling in place, keeping her most intimate parts concealed from view.
Calling her a “glittering goddess,” the Huffington Post revealed that the sexy singer received the Triple Threat award at the Beverly Hills event. It was presented to her by her Boy Next Door co-star Ryan Guzman.
According to Look, Lopez’s Champagne-colored jumpsuit was by Zuhair Murad. In addition to the aforementioned plunging neckline that attracted plenty of stares at the People Magazine Awards, the design featured flared legs and cap sleeves. The shimmering fabric clung to J.Lo’s flawless body, revealing a perfectly toned tummy and tiny waist.
Although the deep-V of Jennifer Lopez’s outfit at the People Magazine Awards was somewhat reminiscent of her infamous 42nd Grammy Awards Versace number in 2000, the only thing the two outfits really have in common is the expanse of upper body revealed by their fabric. Even so, the flowing Versace number was cut below J.Lo’s bellybutton, while her shimmery jumpsuit dipped to just beneath the breasts. In terms of sheer exposed skin, the nearly transparent Versace gown is the clear winner.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Jennifer Lopez recently lost 10 pounds thanks to a strict vegan diet, bringing her banging body down from a size four to a tiny size two. Her body size may have fluctuated over the years, but she hasn’t aged a day since she first appeared on the small screen as a one of the Fly Girls on the television series In Living Color. If anything, J.Lo looks younger now than she did in her 20s.
For a woman who ushered in the era of the voluptuous booty while Kim Kardashian was still a complete unknown, J.Lo’s trademark curves have all but disappeared. Her body looks absolutely amazing for a woman of any age, perhaps even more so for a thrice-married, 45-year-old mother of twins, but her enviable hourglass figure has been replaced with a smaller, tighter, equally enviable version.
What did you think of Jennifer Lopez’s People Magazine Awards outfit? Too much skin? Not enough? Comments are welcome.
[Image of Jennifer Lopez at the People Magazine Awards via NBC/YouTube screenshot]