Jennifer Lopez came to impress with her Grammys red carpet look this year-and so did her boyfriend. The singer, who will be performing during the broadcast, wore a sleek white dress on the carpet with a matching wide-brimmed hat. Her devoted partner Alex Rodriguez was with her for the occasion in a colored patterned suit.
Lopez will perform a Motown tribute during the broadcast, according to Variety.And Lopez has had two Grammy nominations in the past for Best Dance Recording: Lopez was nominated in the category for "Waiting for Tonight" in 1999 and Let's Get Loud in 2000.
Lopez was last the Grammys in 2017. There, she wore a Ralph & Russo dress with an exceptionally high leg slit:
Prior to this year's show, Lopez tried to get feedback on Instagram regarding whether she should have short hair or long hair for her look. Her last Instagram Story before the red carpet was one of her boyfriend Rodriguez. "His smile," she wrote.
Rodriguez, meanwhile, encouraged his followers to watch Lopez perform during the broadcast like the supportive boyfriend he is:
Ahead of the Grammys, Lopez talked to Harper's Bazaarabout her longterm success in the industry and how she sees herself. “I feel very proud that I’ve survived as long as I have in this business,” she said. “At this point in my life, I’m trying to give myself more credit. It’s hard when people are always telling you that you’re not good at things or saying, ‘Why is she successful?’ You get a lot of that when you’re a successful woman. You don’t get that as much when you’re a man. The thing about people, women especially, is that you can have 12 people telling you you’re amazing, but that one person kind of putting you down, that’s the voice that sticks in your head.”
“I think sometimes people try to make you feel like you’re a fraud,” she continued. “And maybe you’re afraid you’re one too. Then finally you go, ‘Wait, I’m not lying. I’ve been doing this a long time. This is not a mistake. I worked hard to be here.’ And you know what? Congratulations to myself. Not in an arrogant way, by any means. It’s like, ‘You’re doing good, baby. Give yourself a break.’”
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