Jennifer Lopez sizzled in scarlet for the People’s Choice Awards on Sunday, November 15.
In the shot, Jennifer stood in a room with several pairs of shoes sitting on the floor and an intricately designed black gown hanging on a rack. Behind her was a set of wooden double doors with windows and open cream curtains hanging from black curtain rods. To one side was a table with several boxes and a lamp on it, and a lighted mirror reflected somebody kneeling across the room.
The singer took center stage in the shot, though. She wore a short scarlet gown with a full bubble skirt and a thick waistband, showcasing her nipped-in midsection. A matching cape wrapped around her shoulders. Jennifer styled the front of her long highlighted locks in a high ponytail with a section of her hair wrapped around the base. The rest of her tresses tumbled down her back in gorgeous loose curls. The hairstyle revealed shiny dangling earrings, while her lip color matched her dress.
Jennifer held a red clutch in her hands in front of her body. Her pose revealed a simple, jeweled bracelet she wore on her slender wrist. She looked to the side and stared straight into the camera’s lens.
In her Instagram story, the “Jenny from the Block” songstress also showed off her long, light-colored manicure, and she sported a large emerald-cut diamond ring on her finger. She also posed on the red carpet, revealing tan and clear high-heel sandals which elongated her trim legs.
Instagram users showed Jennifer a lot of love for her post. At least 451,000 of them hit the “like” button, and more than 3,500 also took the time to leave a positive comment.
“Stunning….. just stunning – lady in red baby! You deserve this,” enthused one devotee, who added three hearts.
“I’m so proud of you! I can’t wait to see you win the Icon Award,” a second fan noted, adding lips and flames to complete the comment.
Jennifer won the People’s Choice Icon Award for 2020. E! News shared a GIF of her acceptance speech as she wiped tears from her eyes, along with a quote from her on its Twitter account.
“The true measure is in inspiring girls of all ages and all colors from all around the world…I want them to know their dreams are limited only by their imagination and determination and their willingness to never give up,” Jennifer said while accepting her statue.