Jennifer Lopez did not go unnoticed, Sunday, May 5 at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, on the occasion of the MTV Movie & TV Awards, an annual ceremony during which film and television awards are presented. The 52-year-old singer, still very active, crackled all the flashes of photographers by appearing in a very tight black leather dress with a rather generous neckline. All accompanied by a pair of black strappy heels, a small clutch and diamond earrings. A look of hell therefore, for the American star, who did not leave empty-handed this evening since she won the Generation Award. A honor rewarding the diva for her entire film career. Of The Wedding Planner Passing by Maid in Mannhattan until Marry MeJennifer Lopez has burst the screen many times, becoming even more the idol of Americans.
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After receiving a public ovation, she appeared very emotional as she delivered her speech. “I want to thank all the people who told me, face to face, or when I wasn’t there, that I couldn’t do it“, she said in particular, adding “I really don’t think I could have done it without you“. It’s also difficult for the young woman not to shed a few tears when talking about her 14-year-old twins, Max and Emme, who “taught me to be strong” she explained. And finally, after also thanking all the people who have collaborated with her from a professional point of view, the native of the Bronx also touched a word for her companion Ben Affleck. “Ben and everyone at home, wait for me for dinner. I’ll be home at 7 p.m.!” she concluded her speech to the applause of the audience.
As a reminder, she got engaged to the actor in the early 2000s after meeting him on the set of the film “Amours Troubles”. They then separated in 2004, before reuniting last year after more than 17 years of separation. The two lovebirds are engaged again.
Winners of this 30th edition of the MTV Movie Awards:
Best Film: Spider-Man: No Way Home by Jon Watts
Best series: Euphoria by Ron Leshem
Best Performance in a Motion Picture: Tom Holland in Spider-Man: No Way Home
Best Performance in a Series: Zendaya, in Euphoria
Best Hero: Scarlett Johansson, in “Black Widow”
Best Villain: Daniel Radcliffe, Secret of the Lost City
Best kiss: Poopies and the snake, in Jackass Forever
Best Comedic Performance: Ryan Reynolds, in Free Guy
Best Revelation: Sophia Di Martino in Loki
Best fight: the argument between Alexa Demie and Sydney Sweeney, aka Maddy and Cassie, in Euphoria
Best Scared Performance: Jenna Ortega, in Scream
Best Song: On My Way by Jennifer Lopez, in “Marry Me”
Best team: Tom Hiddleston, Sophia DiMartino, and Owen Wilson, in Loki
Best One Night Stand: Euphoria
Best Musical Moment: Dance with me in Heartstopper
Best musical documentary: Olivia Rodrigo driving home 2 u