It's The Return Of J-Lo! Jennifer Lopez Brings Her Best Asset Back To The Red Carpet

25 January 2013 by

Jennifer Lopez has been racking up the red carpet appearances of late as she promotes new movie Parker with co-star Jason Statham. Everywhere we turn, there she is cracking out another jaw-dropping frock to remind us that she's just as foxy as ever. Yes, the singer-slash-actress may be a mother of two but boy, is she still got it.

Since splitting from (latest) hubby Marc Anthony last year, Jen has well and truly worked her style mojo. As well as picking up a toy boy, the star is back to her figure-flashing ways and has been spotted in a carousel of curve-hugging creations. There was the barely-there Zuhair Murad lace dress that she wore to the Golden Globe Awards, followed by a Kaufman Franco frock featuring sheer panels that she showcased last night and let's not forget the Lanvin peplum number. Could it be that the J-lo we know and love is back with a-vengeance?

You know the one we're talking about. It's the J-Lo who worked THAT Versace dress at the 2000 Grammys. The J-Lo who regularly drenched herself in bling while admantly proclaiming that her 'love don't cost a thing'. The J-Lo who wasn't ashamed to wear plunging necklines, thigh high splits, exposing backless gowns - as well as anything that made the most of her ample derriere. Oh, how we loved that J-Lo. Well, now it seems that J-Lo is back! And we couldn't be happier.

So is La Lopez on a raunchy red carpet rampage to prove her ex-husband(s) that she's still got what it takes? Is this her way of proving to the world that she's just as bootilicious as ever? Might it be that she wants to defy those critics who said her cover shoot for People Magazine looked a little, err, frumpy? At 43, we'd say Jen is still utterly smokin' and why shouldn't she continue to flaunt those wonderful curves? So do continue! And welcome back J-Lo.

Picture credit: Rex



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