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Following her age-defying performance at the Super Bowl earlier this month, Jennifer Lopez has once again proven age is just a number with an enviable bikini selfie.
The 50-year-old singer and actor has been taking a well deserved break after a hectic start to 2020, performing at the Super Bowl Half Time show and rocking the red carpet at New York Fashion Week and the Oscars after parties.
Heading to Instagram the ‘Hustlers’ star proved she was well and truly recuperated, sharing a relaxed snapshot wearing a white bikini with her hair in a slicked back, top knot.
“Relaxed and recharged,” she simply captioned the image, while offering us all a stark reminder that we need to channel our inner JLo next time we try to skip out on our gym session #fitspo.
Unsurprisingly, people were pretty impressed with JLo’s toned and tanned appearance, quickly flooding the comments in awe.
“Now that’s how you start a fire, wowza!!!” one user wrote.
“Just when I was about to skip working out today,” another user joked.
“Wow! You give hope to the rest of us!! Well done Mama. I need to step up my game!” yet another commented.
The bikini selfie is yet more evidence that Jennifer Lopez appears to be in the best shape of her life.
After her dizzying performance at the Super Bowl ‘JLo is 50’ filled up social media feeds everywhere and many were left scratching their heads about her youthful appearance and boundless energy.
But though many were of the opinion that Jennifer Lopez and Shakira completely owned their Super Bowl Halftime Show, the impressive duo did face criticism from some who who thought the show was a little racy for little ones.
Addressing the backlash, Lopez told Variety that she didn't agree with the critics.
“I think that’s honestly silliness,” she said, at the Spirit Awards. “Both of us are really respectful performers who are mums and have kids and are very conscious of what we do.
We [put on] a show that I believe was a celebration of women and our Latino culture that I think was really well reserved. And that small faction of people who want to be negative about it, I can’t even let in.”