Jennifer Lopez, 53, exposes privates in slashed dress with thigh-high split

Jennifer Lopez, 53, exposes privates in slashed dress with thigh-high split
Published 1 years ago on Mar 20, 2023

Jennfer Lopez has risked - but luckily avoided - an awkward wardrobe malfunction while wearing a stunning gown with a huge cut-out section.

The 53-year-old singing sensation looked incredible in her most recent Instagram offering when she donned a metallic frock, which showed off some skin.

Looking incredible in the string of snaps she uploaded on Sunday (March 19), after she headed to an event with fashion retailer Revolve, JLo could be seen wearing the risqué frock while posing in a dressing room.

The dress that Jennifer rocked was in a silver hue that almost resembled foil, with the dress boasting of sheer elements, cut-out features and a huge thigh-high slit.

In an off-the-shoulder style, which called for the singer to go braless for the evening, Jennifer could be seen looking extremely chic as she posed in the frock, which also bared the tops of her thighs and pelvic area.

The beautiful American star could be seen sporting her hair slicked back and parted at the side, with huge elaborate gold earrings on display.

Jennifer looked very chic with a silver smoky eye makeup look, complete with a shiny nude pink-hued lip and bronzed face base.

She captioned the string of sexy photos with: "Last Night," before tagging her team who ensured she was glammed up to the nines.

Fans of the singer and actress were quick to flock to the comments section, with many totally enamoured by her beauty.

"You are from another planet. Divine," swooned one fan.

While a second said: "On point for decades," and a third simply wrote: "Goddess."

A fourth then offered: "Damn... those legs baby!"

While a fifth gushed: "Most beautiful woman on the planet. Hands down. Inside out. JLo's true beauty shines through."


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