Jennifer Lopez is currently in the prime of her life, all thanks to her daily workout routines with her partner, Alex Rodriguez. She proudly flaunted the outcome of her fitness efforts by posing in a stunning black swimsuit for the February edition of Harper’s Bazaar magazine. In her interview, the World Of Dance star expressed her annoyance towards critics who question her success at the age of 49, while men rarely face such doubts.
Jennifer Lopez has been keeping fit and in great shape with the help of her partner, Alex Rodriguez. The singer and actress recently flaunted the results of her daily workout sessions as she posed in a black swimsuit for Harper’s Bazaar magazine. In an interview with the publication, Jennifer shared her thoughts on being successful in the entertainment industry as a woman. Despite the challenges and criticisms she’s faced, she feels proud of her accomplishments and is learning to give herself more credit. However, she acknowledges that negative feedback can be hard to ignore, especially for women, and often sticks with you even if you have many people telling you how amazing you are.
In her recent statement, the popular singer and actress expressed her pride in being able to survive for so long in the entertainment industry. She acknowledged that she is now consciously giving herself more credit for her accomplishments. The Jenny From The Block star claimed that she had worked hard to reach her current position and that it was not a mistake. However, she emphasized that she was not being arrogant in any way and only wanted to congratulate herself for her success. Refuting rumors about her diva-like behavior, she stated that she had never demanded white candles or furniture in her dressing room. She added that it was unfair when people tried to bring her down or portray her as someone she was not.
Regarding her reputation for being a diva, there was a time when Jennifer Lopez was known for making certain demands like having white candles and furniture in her dressing room. However, she denies that she is a diva and believes that people are just trying to bring her down. She questions who they are even talking about. Although she is now known for her various talents, it wasn’t always accepted by others. There were many people who did not believe that she could sing, act, and design clothes at the same time. Early on in her career, she felt like people wanted to limit her and put her in a box, telling her what roles to play and what she could do. They believed that she couldn’t both sing and act at the same time.
In her recent interview, the topic of love was brought up but those curious about whether or not she will become engaged to A-Rod will be left wanting more. She expressed that her journey with relationships has been a rollercoaster but it was a personal journey of self-discovery. In December, she was spotted with Alex and although she felt confined in her past relationships, she knew she wanted to try new things. However, she admits that the exhaustion from it all can be overwhelming at times. Despite this, she feels like there is still so much she wants to accomplish and hopes to never reach a point where she feels completely satisfied and done with everything.
She’s committed: Last December, she was spotted hitting the gym at Gold’s Gym in Venice Beach, where Arnold Schwarzenegger also trains. Reflecting on her journey to self-love, she admits it hasn’t always been smooth sailing. However, she understands that in order to love someone else genuinely, you must first learn to love yourself. She believes that once this has been achieved, relationships can be built on a foundation of love, respect, and support. She’s come a long way and is now in a much better place.
Cheers to 2019: Jenny expressed her fondness for the first day of the year. She feels that there are countless opportunities, but she remains at peace. Lopez also shared her admiration for her daughter Emme, who made an appearance in her music video, Limitless. The proud mother believes that Emme has inherited her talent and natural ability. Patrick Mackie served as the HB fashion editor for the photoshoot, where Lopez wore a Gucci shirt and belt, Le Vian earrings and rings, a Saint Laurent bodysuit by Anthony Vaccarello, a Vex Clothing swim cap, a Tiffany & Co. bracelet, and a De Beers necklace for the cover and inside shots.