Jennifer Lopez steps out in designer sweatshirt and leggings in Beverly Hills after covering new issue of Billboard
She covers the new 2020 Latin Power Players issue of Billboard with Colombian singer Maluma.
But it was different singer that Jennifer Lopez repped as she stepped out in Beverly Hills on Thursday.
The singer and actress, 51, wore an eye-catching Coach Barbra Streisand sweatshirt for her outing.
Unmissable: Jennifer Lopez, 51, wore an eye-catching Coach Barbra Streisand sweatshirt as she stepped out in Beverly Hills on Thursday
J.Lo paired the designer top with black leggings and chunky two-tone shoes.
She wore her long hair in a bun on top of her head and donned dramatic designer sunglasses.
The savvy celebrity also carried a tall reusable thermos promoting the title of her upcoming romantic comedy Marry Me, which is set for release in February.
Working it: The savvy celebrity carried a tall reusable thermos promoting the title of her upcoming romantic comedy Marry Me, which is set for release in February
Star style: J.Lo paired the designer top with black leggings and chunky two-tone shoes. She wore her long hair in a bun on top of her head and donned dramatic designer sunglasses
Lopez gushed about the film in her Billboard interview, sharing how close the project is to her heart.
She serves as a producer as well as star and the cast includes Owen Wilson, Sarah Silverman and Maluma, with whom she collaborated on the soundtrack.
‘It was a little cathartic for me,’ she shared with Billboard. ‘I was playing [a character] trying to find someone who understood her and accepted her for all of what her life was but also just saw her as a person… Like a real girl, which is what I am.
‘People see you as this thing, this star. They forget that you’re just a girl and want to live and laugh and be normal,’ she said.
Cover stars: Lopez poses with Colombian singer and actor Maluma on the cover of the Billboard’s 2020 Latin Power Players issue
The multi-hyphenate also stressed how happy she is that the rom-con has two Latin stars in the lead roles.
‘It’s not common. I’ve been doing movies for 25 years now, and I’ve done 40-something movies. There have been three to four movies in my entire career where I’ve had Latino costars,’ Lopez said.
Lopez added that her production company wanted an international star next to her so they could make an album that was bilingual.
‘That was a big deal for us. That has always been the goal of my career, to show diversity in the different characters that I can play,’ she added.
And she hopes more Spanish language songs will be a hit.
‘Music is the universal language, whereas film really isn’t. Rhythm and melody is something anybody can understand,’ the hitmaker added.
New project: Maluma co-stars with Lopez in Marry Me and the two also collaborated on the soundtrack for the movie. Lopez also serves as a producer on the project