Jennifer Lopez wears a sweater and no pants
It’s summer, and pants are optional if you’re wearing the right top, as Jennifer Lopez proved yesterday. The singer was pictured shopping with her 13-year-old twins Emme and Max in Santa Monica, wearing a collared top with a pale pink sweater and white sneakers. She wore her hair in a ponytail and carried a brown handbag.
Lopez spoke earlier this week about the changes she’s made in her life this year, hinting at why she ended her relationship with Alex Rodriguez in April and how it ultimately led to her finding the peace with itself. In this place of self-confidence, she found love again with Ben Affleck.
Lopez explained to Ebro Darden on Apple Music 1 that “I think as a person, certainly for myself, I’m always trying to grow and evolve and become more fully and true to myself. And I think it’s been a journey for me and that’s what you’ve been watching your whole life. My mission has always been to somehow bring love into the world, love, beauty and art. And that’s always been my thing, and music and movies and all things and how it shows. But at the end of the day what you watch, I think when you watch artists and you are lucky like me that you can keep doing what you love for so long, you watch a lifetime. You watch a life unfold before you and you watch a person truly find their way. And I think for me, where am I, how do you deal with this moment? This moment was really for me, not for anyone else. It was about realizing that I was on my own and that happiness was starting in me. And once I realize that, things happen. There are things happening that you don’t expect. I mean, once you’re okay, once you get to the point where you’re like, ‘It’s not right for me, or it’s not doing me good, or I have to make an adjustment here . It’s not really about anyone other than me. Once you do that things start to fall into place. And I think that’s how you should treat this moment that I’m feeling again. And then it always shows in the music. Sometimes you need to change direction, even though it may be painful or seem strange to others. It’s really about who you are and what’s right for you, and that’s what it is.
Lopez added that she purposely hid her struggles. “There have been so many times in my life that I haven’t felt happy, like everyone else. And I think I’m good at hiding that from the public because I don’t feel like it’s their burden to carry, ”she said. “I don’t put that on them. It’s show business. I did my best. I’m at my best every time I’m there because I feel like people need it too. It’s my responsibility as an artist, to inspire and help people think and grow in their own lives. They don’t need my problems, then. But I do. “
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