Published on February 27th, 2016 | by0
Jennifer Lopez Reveals Her Favorite Red Carpet Dress of All Time (Hint: It's Not the One You're Thinking)
Jennifer Lopez has had a lot (like, a lot a lot) of show-stopping red carpet looks from over the years. So many in fact that you’d probably think she couldn’t possibly have an all-time favorite—there are hundreds to choose from, after all.
Well, you’d be wrong. The American Idol judge does have a top pick and we bet it’s going to surprise you.
“I have to say my dress from last year’s Oscars was one of my favorites—it made me feel like a princess,” the Shades of Blue star shared.
But don’t worry, that green dress wasn’t completely left out.
“Then there are other gowns, like the infamous green Versace, that are cemented in time for me,” she added. “It’s so tough to choose, I love getting dressed up for red carpet.”
So, yeah, obviously the iconic 2000 Grammys number has a special place in her heart (and in pop culture history) but did you guess the peach Elie Saab number would be one of her most beloved looks?
Didn’t think so.
Either way, it’s really not that shocking when you think about it or look at it again. Go ahead, take a moment and gaze upon utter perfection.
And in case you’re wondering, yes, she kept the gown. Like Gwyneth Paltrow, the actress likes to hold on to special dresses just in case her daughter, now 8, eventually wants to wear something. “Emme has her own style, but she’ll have total access, of course,” the L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Superstar mascara spokesmodel explains.
Only time will tell if J.Lo will have another major fashion moment at Sunday’s Oscars (72 hours to be exact). And let’s be real, the only way she wouldn’t is if she doesn’t show up—which would be completely understandable since her schedule is a little busy, what with being a mom-of-two, staring in two primetime TV shows and prepping for her Vegas show “All I Have,” which starts up again in May.
Then again, if anyone can squeeze in a flawless red carpet appearance—and make it seem effortless—it’s our girl Jenny.
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