Jennifer Lopez turns heads in a show-stopping two-piece during tribute in Orlando

Jennifer Lopez looked absolutely stunning in a form-fitting white outfit that beautifully highlighted her amazing physique as she paid homage to the Orlando shooting victims on the Today Show earlier today.

Jennifer Lopez

At Rockefeller Plaza in New York, Jennifer Lopez wowed the crowd with her stunning figure in a form-fitting two-piece outfit. The 46-year-old singer flaunted her toned abs and curves in the revealing ensemble as she performed alongside Lin-Manuel Miranda. Rocking a lace crop top and snug trousers, Jennifer looked absolutely amazing on stage.

Jennifer Lopez

The singer delivered a heartfelt performance honoring the individuals affected by the tragic events in Orlando.

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer proudly showed off her toned abs and famous curves. Her dark hair fell in tousled curls, with the front section pulled back into a bun, highlighting her sharp cheekbones and flawless complexion.
In a heartfelt performance of Love Make The World Go Round, Jennifer and Lin-Manuel paid tribute to the victims of the tragic Orlando massacre at the Pulse nightclub on June 12. The Broadway star, who recently concluded his run in Hamilton, penned and recorded the song just a month ago.
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Jennifer Lopez Delivers Emotional Performance Benefitting Orlando Victims

Jennifer Lopez and Lin-Manuel Miranda

At the event, Jennifer shared the stage with renowned Broadway performer Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Lin-Manuel Miranda

Lin-Manuel Miranda composed and performed the track Love Make The World Go Round. In an interview with iHeartRadio, he mentioned how Jennifer Lopez approached him with the idea. After listening to her work-in-progress, they both saw the opportunity to make a positive impact together. Their discussions centered around the power of love in combating hate and fear, and the role that art can play in this important effort. Every US download of the song between July 8 and October 5 will go towards supporting the Hispanic Federation for the Samos Orlando Fund.

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