Miss Jennifer Lopez kindly extends an invitation to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences …
… to eat shit, bitches.
It’s a gorgeous look – and a timely reminder that J Lo can serve up Prestige Actress Drag whenever and wherever she wants to. Personally, we would have rather seen her pull out a Versace and serve up a pure diva moment, but this dress was likely chosen some time ago as part of an ongoing Oscars campaign with the purpose of reminding voting members of the Academy just what a classic J Lo is; just how professional and elegant she can be (as a counter to the hard-edged stripper she portrayed). We always have an issue with any design that restricts a wearer’s movements and those strap-sleeves look pretty annoying, but she wasn’t there to play volleyball and we suspect if she needed to move suddenly to get out of the way of, like, a rampaging velociraptor or something (it’s early; cut us some slack), Jenny would find a way. She always does.
– Georges Hobeika Black Off-the-shoulder Gown with Bow Detailing
– Harry Winston Cascading Diamond Drop Necklace, Diamond Line Drop Earrings, Round Brilliant, Pear- and Marquise-Shaped Wire Diamond Bracelet, Secret Cluster Diamond Bracelet, and Cushion-Cut Diamond Ring and Lotus Cluster Diamond Ring
– Tyler Ellis Clutch
– Casadei Black Satin Platform Heels
Styled by Rob Zangardi + Mariel Haenn | Hair by Chris Appleton| Makeup by Scott Barnes | Nails by Tom Bachik
[Photo Credit: Hahn Lionel/ABACA/INSTARimages.com, Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com]
Our book “Legendary Children: The First Decade of RuPaul’s Drag Race and the Last Century of Queer Life” comes out on March 3rd and was named one of the Best New Books of 2020 by Cosmopolitan!