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The latest feat of Jennifer Lopez in networks he has the whole world talking. And it is that The ‘Diva from the Bronx’ paid a subtle, but forceful tribute to Selena Quintanilla 25 years after having played her in her biopic. That was what he did? Here we tell you the details.
It was through a selfie in front of the mirror that the interpreter of songs like “On the Floor” and “Let’s Get Loud” He boasted in style a graphic t-shirt that presents an image of the singer of “Como la flor”.
According to JLo’s publication, the garment was a gift from the “Queen of Tex-Mex” family. Besides, the shirt would not have been the only detail received, since other products inspired by Selena Quintanilla were included.
“Suzette and the family sent me a big gift box from Selena this week and I absolutely loved it!!! I immediately put on this Selena t-shirt to go Christmas shopping. If you like rock and roll t-shirts… these t-shirts are a super nice gift. Selena was such a big part of my life so I’m sure you’ll see me rocking these in the new year! Thank you Q family!!!“Jennifer Lopez wrote to accompany her selfie.
In addition to attracting attention with her outfit, the Puerto Rican sighed by being natural and unfiltered, showing that at 53 she has a heart attack complexion.
Since this fact did not go unnoticed by the public, it was not long before social media was flooded with comments about it. “JLo never fails with her selfies”, “A whole star” and “The most iconic”, are some of the responses that are read on the network.
It was in 1997 when Jennifer Lopez gave life to Selena Quintanilla in the biographical film entitled “Selena”, which narrates from her beginnings as a singer, until the tragic moment in which she was murdered.
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