Leah Remini and Jennifer Lopez in West Hollywood

Posted on July 31, 2014

These ladies are dressed for camera time and bringing their A game.

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BRAVA, divas. That is some major league ladies-who-lunch (west coast edition) action. We wouldn’t change a thing; not even the gigantic purses that make it look like you plan on doing some post-lunch shoplifting. Best of all, Miss Leah has learned not to compete with a diva on her own style turf and wisely came up with her own look this time.

We just want to have big fruity drinks with them and gossip about Ben Affleck and Scientology. Is that so wrong?

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Juan Sharma/Bruja/PacificCoastNews, O. Duran/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES]

    • Jackie Stewart

      Leah looks fantastic!! I want to be best friends with them.

      • conlakappa

        Seems like Debi Mazar is missing from this scene.

        • Diane Iafrate

          I rather hang out with Debi over these 2 anyday

          • demidaemon

            Especially if her hot Italian husband is included.

          • RescueMe23

            Debi hangs with Madonna who I’m certain is way more interesting than JLo

    • Jeff Warhurst

      Mmm… no. Not a fan.

    • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

      Don’t really like what either of them are wearing but I do like that they are friends.

      • MerBearStare

        It’s such a random pairing. JLo is friends with Stacy Kerosi (or the shrilly wife from King of Queens, as my dad knows her).

    • SistaT

      I feel like since I don’t walk down the street arm in arm with my girls, we aren’t as close as we should be. We need to take a lesson.

      • Wink

        Perhaps they’re walking arm in arm to support each other (literally) and keep from tipping over because of the weight of those ginormous bags.

        • Lower L

          I am a minimalist when it comes to carrying a purse (though thanks to my Epi-Pen, not quite as minimalist as I’d like to be) so I just don’t understand what people could possibly be carrying in bags that size. Entire boxes of tampons and pantiliners?

        • bitchybitchybitchy

          Perhaps JLo is storing the egos of every man she’s ever crushed in that bag.

          • Nikko Viquiera

            I don’t think that bag is large enough for those!

            • bitchybitchybitchy

              You could be right…..

            • Skippymom1

              That is why Leah is her BFF, but with a bigger purse – she is there simply to carry the excess baggage. Isn’t that what B list stars are for?

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          • Skippymom1

            We are simply going to have to build you a new shelf for your “BBB Wins the Internet ::insert date::” awards, aren’t we? :)

            • bitchybitchybitchy

              Blushing as I compose my speech, which will prominently feature TLo and the BK’s

        • conlakappa

          Or from teetering on those shoes.

      • marlie

        See, It seems like an affectation to me. I’ve certainly done it with my friends, but for some (totally irrational) reason, I have a hard time seeing JLo as being genuine here.

    • Emily Giovanni

      Ladies, do not hide your light under a [distracting and terrible top-knot] bushel.

    • Frank_821

      I heard that Kirstie Alley has cut Maks out of her life since he hangs with Jlo and her best pal Leah. You know the claws would have been out when that news hit the fan

      • housefulofboys

        Yeah, he also said that scientology was science fiction – love it! That’s one point for Maks

        • Kitten Mittons

          That quote is amazing. And hilarious. Hilariously amazing.

          • Freynika

            Makes me love Maks even more.
            Funny how Scientologists can be hilarious onscreen, but are completely humorless when the topic is their sci-fi “religion.”

      • alyce1213

        I’m a little ashamed to say — I live for that shit. Real celebrity drama.

        • demidaemon

          I am ashamed to agree with you. We can be in a support group together.

    • Anna

      Celebrities with actual things in their bags! How refreshing! I want to see J-Lo’s shopping haul.

      These two look fun to hang out with.

    • prettyinmink

      Not only are they carrying large bags, but it appears there is actually something IN them!

    • TinyDynamo

      These look like super pricey versions of actual outfits real women would wear, so I am very impressed. Well done, ladies, well done!

      • mshesterp

        I want to live in that maxi dress, and barely OWN a maxi-dress. It looks so comfy!

    • Kitten Mittons

      Leah wins this round! I like her style here. Plus I hate J-Lo’s bag, and the top-knot is tired.

      Yeah, I’m pitting the friends against each other. You know they’re doing it in their own heads anyway.

      • demidaemon

        I agree. Leah gets the trophy.

    • crash1212

      Love both looks, but that maxi in J-Lo is giving me life.

    • Wink

      Love Leah’s look. Being away from Scientology is working for her. JLo looks breezy and comfy, but her boobs look sad. Or are they happy to be unrestrained? I can’t tell.

    • annmartina

      I’m not a J-Lo fan, but her support for Leah gives me a little warm glow

    • sugarkane105

      I’ve loved JLo’s last two breezy dresses. She was born to have her own wind machine.

      • eowyn_of_rohan

        Yeah, that flowy maxi-dress, sun-kissed casual Capri-style look really agrees with her more than the “of course” Versace get-ups.

    • Sam Smith

      J Lo’s skin is so dewy, how is that possible at her age? Need to know secret.

      • eowyn_of_rohan

        I’m guessing she bathes in the blood of virgins.

        • conlakappa

          Tears of orphans.

          • Nikko Viquiera

            Or tears of men.

            • demidaemon

              Definitely the tears of men.

    • http://fibonaccisequins.storenvy.com/ Danielle

      J.Lo in a maxi is making my year. Stars, they’re just like us!

    • @Biting Panda

      I’d like to see them in a well written buddy comedy.

      • Shawn EH

        Where J-Lo is Oscar!

      • conlakappa

        Or a badly written buddy comedy on the Oprah Network.

    • cocohall

      Can someone put these two in a movie or a TV show? I bet the scripts would write themselves. Just let Leah talk. They both look good here – pretty but real. Where I live in Northern California, you have to bring your own bags, even to department stores, or be charged for a bag. So now many woman carry HUGE bags when shopping to stash their purchases. These bags just look practical to me! :0)

      • Kitten Mittons

        Wait, what? So if you buy something in a department store and don’t have a bag with you, you just carry it out of the store? Seems like a shoplifter’s heaven. I’ve never heard of that before, but New Orleans is about 15 years behind most places with things like this.

        After Katrina, our parish (county) stopped its curbside recycling program. We just got recycling bins at our houses back about a year ago-ish. Yep.

        • cocohall

          Exactly. I was buying my daughter a swim suit at Macy’s and the sales clerk put a little sticker on the price tag to show we had paid and then handed me the suit. It wasn’t even wrapped in tissue. Just the suit. Not that I shoplift, but I IMMEDIATELY thought that if I were so inclined, it would be child’s play to leave the store without paying (Our Macy’s is woefully understaffed). Some of the nicer stores (Coach) still give you a bag – but otherwise the sales people are trained to ask “Do you want to buy a bag?” Generally it is just 10 cents. But most people won’t pay so you see people leaving the CVS or Anthropologie or Safeway just clutching a handful of items. It takes a bit of the glamour away, it does. But we are saving polar bears, right? That is what I tell my kids. Think of the polar bears and grab that sack of sugar!

          • Kitten Mittons

            Well, saving polar bears is a good thing, to be sure. Especially since they are notorious for throwing their Coca-Cola cans all over their habitat, so they clearly aren’t inclined to save themselves.

            I joke, but it is a good thing. I’m always surprised, though, at how much other states do and how little Louisiana does. Especially not being a native.

            Is the bag thing a law, or just something that enviro-conscious stores choose to participate in? Just curious.

            • cocohall

              It’s a law. I’m in favor of it, really, but it is hard to retrain yourself, and you need to have bags in your car for groceries and bags for clothes as I would not want to put my new sweater in the same bag that had carried my fresh, but leaky. mozzarella. What has happened is that there are now a proliferation of shopping bags for sale at the checkout, some of them just serviceable, and others quite cute. I think the only people who probably really hate this are loss prevention specialists. Because the bring your own bag policy coupled with the no printed receipt/email receipt can really make it easy for people to take a five finger discount.

            • Kitten Mittons

              Ooh emailed receipts, yes. That must drive loss prevention people insane, altogether.

            • Alyssa

              Oklahoma is probably about on par with Louisiana. My city doesn’t even provide recycling services. And every store I’ve been in provides plastic bags, unless you bring your own.

            • Kitten Mittons

              Yep, sounds about right. I have my own bags for grocery shopping, but the clerks think I’m insane. Eh.

            • Grumpy Girl

              I’m in the capitol of Virginia, and we still get groceries and all other items bagged–even get asked paper or plastic. Although at the grocery store there is a credit for bringing your own bags. I used to be a good citizen, but as the little Old Man cat has increased in old mannish stenchiness, and the accompanying need to clean his box multiple times daily . . . yeah, I need those disposable bags.

            • Kitten Mittons

              Oh, I haven’t seen paper grocery bags in a long time, that’s really interesting.
              I use plastic bags for the kitty box, too. Or the plastic newspaper sleeves, when we got an actual newspaper.

            • conlakappa

              My county in Maryland and all of D.C. have the bags laws too. They were modeled after California/San Francisco, IIRC.

            • Kitten Mittons

              Interesting, thanks!

            • Skippymom1

              I am in Virginia – and same here. They hate my own bags eventhough I bought the reusable ones from their store.

            • Kitten Mittons

              Me too! It’s like an inconvenience for them or something. Then again, they’re like 16, so everything is an inconvenience at that age.

            • altermyego

              If I have paper bags from a grocery store I re-use them at the grocery stores. It alleviates some guilt. Anyway, one time I brought my own grocery bags and the ‘much older’ gentleman gave me all new bags anyway. Bless.

          • Lower L

            I had the exact opposite experience at the Chicago Macy’s the other day. I’d bought something in the gourmet food section, and received a white, logo-free paper shopping bag. Then I went to buy some PJ bottoms, and the saleslady started to put them in a plastic bag with the Macy’s logo on it. I said, “No thanks, I have plenty of room in *this* bag,” but she not only placed the plastic bag inside the white shopping bag, she insisted on placing the white shopping bag inside a big, logo-bedecked shopping bag! Fortunately, she immediately walked off to help a trainee find something, and I left the big shopping bag there at the counter–and took a circuitous way out of there in case she spotted me and started throwing more bags at me…

            • kimmeister

              Giving too many bags has always ticked me off. I don’t really need 3 separate bags for my shampoo, Q-tips, and paper clips. I’ve been carrying my own bags for years (and live in N. CA so I was ready for the baglessness) and often have to tell clerks, “Yes, all of those items in my one bag please.”

            • demidaemon

              This is kind of why I like Aldi’s (which has the bring your own bag policy), because any other store you go to has people who do not know how to properly pack a bag. Proper bag packing is a lost art.

            • kimmeister

              Can’t agree with you more about the bag packing. I just wish baggers would read the mental vibe I am giving them of, “Really? You’re going to stick a pineapple on top of grapes?” But even stores with their own bags can get touchy. I was once scolded for using a Walmart bag at Target. Because store rivalry is more important than eco-consciousness.

            • demidaemon

              It is kind of like when you use the self-checkouts (which I both love and despise) and the employees are constantly hovering over you. I also agree about the stupid brand competition. It’s just dumb.

            • Kitten Mittons

              And don’t put things like cleaning chemical stuff in with my produce or my bread, dammit. And the eggs GO BY THEMSELVES, ALWAYS.

              Kids these days. Get off my lawn.

            • marlie

              And raw meat always gets its own bag. Always.

              The bf and I have a mini argument about all of this every. time. we go grocery shopping. He doesn’t seem to understand why I get annoyed when he piles cans on top of the bread, or when he doesn’t keep all of the refrigerated food together. He thinks I’m crazy. :P

            • Kitten Mittons

              I hate when there’s meat juice on other things. That’s insanity.

              You tell him it’s crazy to eat squished bread. CRAZY.

            • altermyego

              I figured out years ago to take things out of my cart and place them on the counter in the order I want it packed. All frozen and refrigerator stuff together. And they can’t even touch my crushables until the very end. It usually works but not always.

              To me the worst is when something is already in a bag, like a prescription for instance, and then they put it in another bag. I always stop them but hubby never thinks to stop any of them for excessive bagging.

              Then there’s the bag of cat food or a watermelon. Really? One thing per bag?

            • demidaemon

              HA! I will say I made that mistake when I worked at Dollar general one time, but I learned and never did it again.

            • Kitten Mittons

              You are forgiven, my dear.

            • demidaemon

              Thank you. :)

            • Skippymom1

              I was trained, as a cashier to pack paper [so easy] the day I arrived in store to start my first shift they introduced plastic – those little beyotches are HARD to pack. Nothing stands up – but I have yet to see a cashier in 47 years drop anything and crush eggs or bread. Now my fruit? You would think they were dropping a box of rocks.

            • demidaemon

              At the stores I frequent, crushed bread is pretty regular, although eggs seem to get handled pretty well.

            • marlie

              I do that at the supermarket all of the time. I don’t need 4 bags with 2 things each… And they always look at me funny when I say “put as much into one bag as you can.” I don’t usually have to shlepp things too far because I always drive to get groceries, so it’s not so much of a concern about the bag ripping or something.

            • cocohall

              This makes me think of the scene in Love, Actually where Rowan Atkinson elaborately wraps a gift for Alan Rickman’s character with many many layers of tissue, ribbons, bags, etc. and Alan Rickman grows increasingly panicky that his wife will return. Your experience would make for a great movie scene . . .

          • Skippymom1

            Back in the 70s [watch me date myself! BAM!] we had a foreign exchange student from Germany and he could not believe not only the plethora of everything in the grocery store but they gave us actual BAGS [brown paper] to carry our purchases home in – for free! Somehow I have never forgotten that.

        • kimmeister

          Well that’s better than Nevada. My mom just moved there a year ago and they don’t have curbside recycling at all! I felt like I was destroying rainforests every time I threw away a piece of paper.

          • Kitten Mittons

            That surprises me, being sandwiched in between CA and CO, which are both fairly progressive in that respect (or at least the Denver Metro area is).

            • conlakappa

              For those reasons, it wouldn’t surprise me. If they want to have the right to punch baby seals in the face and stuff.

            • Kitten Mittons

              But…but…but they don’t even HAVE seals there. Can’t they just punch a politician or something?

          • Skippymom1

            A lot of places in the rural areas don’t even have garbage pick up, so when we take our garbage to the dump [it isnt a dump per say....a place to drop off our refuse, which is picked up en mass....] they have recycle dumpsters for all manner of things. They aren’t too far away – and we just sort at home, bag and empty at the refuse center. You should check around your Mom, I bet there are plenty of places to drop off recycling on her way to the store or work.

      • TRSTL

        Some areas here in San Diego have banned the plastic bags and we have all learned to just carry a bag, everywhere. It is a very good thing…..

    • Beardslee

      Makes me realize how we rarely see friends photographed together. Professional and personal couples, yes, but two friends, no. Usually, the famous are photographed in solitary splendor. This is lovely.

      • Karen Belgrad

        And they definitely win this as a round of #BeMeorDoMe Bingo… because I’m pretty sure we all want to be them right now! (except for the nude shoes)

        • Sophie

          I’ll take the nude shoes over the topknot.

    • MilaXX

      I just realized that Leah has a reality show coming on soon. These two have been friends for years yet somehow they are suddenly on vacation and shopping everywhere together. I’m sensing some #BeMeOrDoMe style paparazzi pimping.

      • Janet B

        Of course, they are always “working”. I do remember photos of them together previously, maybe last summer?

        • MilaXX

          They are friends in real life and have been pap’d together here and there in the past, but they’ve been seen out and about pretty consistently for like the past 2 weeks in a way that screams publicity agent.

          • alyce1213

            I suspect two things: 1) Leah’s reality show. 2) No Casper.
            I don’t doubt their friendship, but this recent show is orchestrated.

            • conlakappa

              I’d add 3) No Church of Ron L. Hubbard.

      • FibonacciSequins

        They’re definitely pap-pimping for Leah’s show. It’s been on for two or three weeks already.

    • http://gabyrippling.tumblr.com/ Gaby

      Love the outfits, but I wince in pain for Leah’s poor squished toes.

    • http://tvblogster.blogspot.com Boop

      I love them! Leah is a goddess in her own right and she keeps Jennifer down to earth. Beautiful ladies!

    • SewingSiren

      Big empty bags read *shoplifter* to me.

    • Lower L

      Yet more evidence that my dislike of maxi-dresses is correct.

    • TRSTL

      Leah for the win here! J-Lo looks sloppy……

    • Emily Smith

      I feel like they would be a blast to hang out with. They probably talk so fast your head would spin.

    • nannypoo

      I never clutch a female friend’s arm like this and I didn’t know anyone did in real life. I notice that Miss Fisher and Dot do this, but they are fictional characters in the early 1900s so do not serve as an example for me. They look so cute and confidential here, and I love the way they’re dressed.

      • JauntyJohn

        Word on the most stylish street in Melbourne, Australia: Miss Fisher got renewed for another season! Now if Netflix or iTunes or someone can just make Season 2 avail I would be in Phryne Fisher Heaven!

        • nannypoo

          Do you mean a THIRD season? I would be ecstatic to watch another season of this fabulous show. And you can watch season 2 on Acorn TV. You’re welcome.

    • Lilithcat

      They’re going shopping? Those bags look like they’re going away for the week-end.

    • Ashley Ellen Wilson

      i want Leah’s dress!

    • frannyprof

      BFFs are the new BF, I guess. I’m thinking Leah is more like La Lopez’s assistant. “Best Friend” is just an honorific.

    • http://www.readbarbara.com/ ReadBarbara

      Has the Reese Witherspoon Parking Lot Tour been usurped by the Jenny/Leah Besties Tour?

    • NinjaCate

      Are they besties now?

      • Shawn EH

        Really happy that they’re so girlfriends and not clones this time. It’s kind of adorable.

      • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

        They’ve been besties for a long time.

    • Denise Alden

      I find it utterly endearing that they are arm in arm. I’m such a loser.

    • gitchygitchymama

      only thing missing there is kirstie alley beached in the bushes listening in and miss cruise dressed up as laura prepons sister working the perfume counter.

    • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

      Leah’s poor toes! I’m limping just thinking about how those shoes must feel.

    • Mothra

      I’d like to see Leah’s dress with shorter sleeves though.

    • Imasewsure

      Love JLo’s Diva Earth Mother “street” style and love the idea of these bestie bitches throwing down the good dirt over mimosas and eggs bene… of course we’re invited!

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      These two should do a shopping tour of America-The Mall of America, etc. And no, wanting to dish with Leah and JLo over Affleck and Scientology, especially over oversize fruity alcoholic drinks is not only not wrong, it’s mandatory.

    • kimmeister

      I like Leah’s dress, but it seems a bit much for shopping.

      • alyce1213

        Oh it is, especially for Fred Segal in West Hollywood. But I get it — she’s in a big “look at me” phase.

    • Qitkat

      It’s nice to see the Bobbsey Twins back together. It’s not as much fun when they don’t go full out twinsies (or twinkies (true name, what my DIL and her twin call themselves from childhood) though. I love JLo’s maxi print dress here. Leah needs to keep searching for her complementary look, this print is a bit too much ‘slipcover on the divan’. I love that they appear to be genuine friends.

    • Renaissance_Man_ATL

      Love everything except for Leah’s shoes. Should have gone for one of the lesser colors in the dress.

      • Peri7473

        And they look too, too painful.

    • EEKstl

      I so want to be at that table!

    • housefulofboys

      JLo really likes these maxi sundress (i do, too!) and they look wonderful. Also, she has really beautiful skin. Leah looks happy which is all I could want for her; her dress is a skosh too tight and she looks a little like she is going to church (real church, not CO$!!), but whadever, I love her.

    • Tracy_Flick

      Leah is the PERFECT person for that D&G dress. It’s a great collection for her.

      • housefulofboys

        Totally agree, she seems so old-country/modern to me.

        • Tracy_Flick

          Exactly. Those dresses should be worn by voluptuous Italian ladies over 35. You need some presence to sell it.

      • Sofia

        Remember her on King of Queens? She has the cutest little hourglass shape.

    • AMartel

      So pointlessly gigantic purses are okay here but not for Swifty? Because because? Got it.

      • Darren Nesbitt

        TLO comments how Swift usually has floppy empty purses just for show. These might be as well but at least someone stuffed them full.

        • AMartel

          Isn’t that … worse? Artificially stuffed show purses?
          (Yes, I heard that. Comparisons to the bearers of said purses leap to mind.)

          • demidaemon

            I don’t think so. At least they are being used for something (and held properly!).

            • AMartel

              ohferchrissake

      • Ali2044

        Neither of these women has a large man shadowing her holding her real purse, which is the essence of the tragicness of Taylor Swift. Plus you can clearly see JLo’s bag bulging in a couple of photos so she’s obviously got something in there.

    • KT

      They both look really cute! Leah stepped it up this time, and that dress flatters her figure amazingly. I also love how they’re both sporting different styles. I never would have thought J.Lo would rock the flowy beachside chic look so well, but here we are. Nicely done all around.

    • ashtangajunkie

      I am seriously coveting Leah Remini’s dress.

    • alyce1213

      They look fabulous, each in her own right. Jennifer is a generous friend, being the major star of the two, to support Leah and boost her visibility when her show is new.
      Sometimes I want to be a fly on the wall, but with these two I want to BE THERE. I’m Bronx-born and raised in Queens — I could hold my own with these two. (I delude myself, I’m so old.)
      Has anyone seen Leah’s reality show? I’ve watched a couple and have mixed feelings. There’s a lot of face making and eye rolling, waaaay too much talking to the camera. I shouldn’t like it at all, but she’s really likable and her husband is rather cute. On one show, leaving Scientology was addressed, not deeply, but they had a party at home for the friends who stuck with them and new friends.

      • FibonacciSequins

        I watched the first episode and found it pretty boring. But I do like Leah, and hope her show does well. JLo is a good friend to her.

    • Miranda

      Nice!

    • jilly_d

      I have an unparalleled ability to look like a smacked ass in every. single. maxi dress. ever. So I’m super jealous of how JLo looks here (not something I ever thought I would say). But I have to ask – what is making her boobs look so damn good? At 40ish and after two babies…..and it looks like there’s no bra in sight…..HOW do you get your boobs to look like this? At 32 and no babies, I’m asking. Because mine don’t.

      • demidaemon

        I’m going to go with an old faithful: A wizard did it.

    • demidaemon

      I think Leah had beaten JLo this time. Own it, girl!

    • evave2

      The last time you showed these two together JLo was also wearing an easy-wearing dress. Betcha she has a favorite pair of ripped cargo pants she wears around the house

      Leah looks HOT. Brave indeed.

    • ktr33

      Ms Remini totes got your memo about getting her own look when out and about with Jenny! Leah looks a little too dressy to me, next to JLo. I wish maybe her dress had no sleeves, or a flared skirt (??) to lighten up her look for shopping in West Hollywood.

    • irielle

      Your closing remarks were wonderful. I’m all for a sangria and gossip with them.

    • Freynika

      Leah looks galvanized in that dress. How can that be comfortable for shopping? You don’t have to go full-on nightgown like JLo, but a little bit of extra room wouldn’t be uncalled for.

    • FibonacciSequins

      I think drink and gossip with them would be a blast. Leah looks great except I’m in pain just looking at her poor toes.

    • E. D.

      Leah’s poor toes! Otherwise, not bad.

    • spirit52

      lovely

    • marlie

      OF COURSE. Also, Leah’s shoes look painfully too small.

    • Judih1

      Does anyone else wish JLO went back to her original hair color instead of these blonde streaks?

    • livesarah

      I love everything about Leah’s look except those stupid Louboutins. But I would actually wear everything J-Lo is wearing (said for the first time ever, I think). Love it.

    • yllas

      I’ve learned to like..no, love, Leah over the last year or so. I was forced to watch King of Queens and prepared to hate, but the show grew on me! She looks a bit overdressed in these pictures compared to JLo, and the print reminds me of upholstery on a couch, but these are minor quibbles.