Jennifer Lopez Ample swag is now world famous. But even as she grew up, the star reveals that her family praised her butt.
"In my family, curves were glorified and part of the culture," J. Lo is featured in the cover story of the December issue of InStyle declared. "It was like" Jennifer has a big butt and it's good.
The "Jenny From the Block" singer who declared herself a "proud Bronx-born Puerto Rican American" on Twitter This summer, she grew up in the Bronx district of New York City
She had previously talked about her crew's praise for her naughty fortune: In 2014, she told LA's Power 106 station that the audience's fascination for her ass impressed her: "It's a little new in Hollywood But for us, who grew up where we grew up, it was not such a big deal, and when I was very young, my family would look like, "Jennifer got one [big butt]." I was endowed with this area . "
Start Your Fly Girl Career In Living Color JLo was always fit – although at 49 she is probably in the best shape of her life. "It's crazy," said David Kirsch, one of their coaches Us in July 2018. "Like the most amazing bottle of wine, it gets better over time and that's exactly the truth. Your skin is flawless. Your body is immaculate.
The actress of Shades of Blue works hard to keep it that way. Their workouts are continuous, high-energy sweat sessions with continuous movement (think: plank from side to plank to throw medicine ball to perform a lunge). "The workouts are my express workouts. There is no rest, there is none, we take a short breath in between, but that's the way we do it, "said Kirsch, the fitness and wellness curator at the CORE: Club in New York City, . Us . "The workouts are very concentrated and the food is very concentrated, she is very anxious that her body is this beautiful temple and really respects it."
For the past year and the star Kirsch says he does not drink, dated to the former New York Yankees Bat, Alex Rodriguez . She told the magazine that she owes social media because she lost the intense scrutiny she received during her romance with Sean Diddy Combs and Ben Affleck in the late '90s and early' 00s. "Now people are seeing that guy she thought was a tough dude who loves his kids and celebrates his girlfriend," she says.
Something else the World of Dance judge believes that the situation is improving, albeit slowly: the treatment of women in Hollywood. "It took time," she says, "but I think we are in a very powerful moment when women are around." We are not afraid to say what we deserve.
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