Jennifer Lopez, 52, Flaunts Her Strong Arms In A Nude Corset Wedding Dress

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  • Jennifer Lopez has committed to her film Marry Me's promotional tour, performing the original song “On My Way” at the American Music Awards on Sunday just days after the trailer came out.

  • J.Lo leaned into bridal fashion for the occasion, wearing a nude corset wedding dress by Dolce & Gabbana with a short veil headpiece.

  • The pop star spoke on the Today Show about whether she saw herself getting married again.

Jennifer Lopez has committed to her film Marry Me's promotional tour, performing the original song “On My Way” at the American Music Awards on Sunday just days after the trailer came out. Lopez leaned into bridal fashion for the occasion, wearing a nude corset wedding dress by Dolce & Gabbana with a short veil headpiece, Messika jewelry, and lace-up nude boots. She looked enchanting, and seriously fit, of course:

Photo credit: ABC - Getty Images
Photo credit: ABC - Getty Images
Photo credit: Frazer Harrison - Getty Images
Photo credit: Frazer Harrison - Getty Images

You can watch her performance below:

Following the trailer's release, Lopez spoke on the Today Show about whether she saw herself getting married again. The singer and actress is dating Ben Affleck now, but she has been married three times previously and engaged an additional two (including once to Affleck himself; they called off their September 2003 wedding and ultimately broke up in January 2004 before reconciling this spring).

“I don't know, yeah, I guess. You know me, I'm a romantic,” she said, via Entertainment Tonight. “I always have been. I've been married a few times. Yeah, I still believe in happily ever after, for sure, 100 percent.”

On her previous romances that didn't work out, she said, “Listen, if you can't laugh at yourself and take it as it comes, I just don't think about those things. I feel like I'm a human being just like everybody else. I've had my ups and downs. I've made mistakes. I'm really proud of where I've come to in my life, of who I am as a person, as a mom, and as an actor, as an artist. Yeah, it's okay, everybody's got that.”

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