Jennifer Lopez returns to the Bronx in plunging jumpsuit and baseball cap

Don’t be fooled by the rocks that she got.

Jennifer Lopez went full “Jenny From the Block” to attend a screening of her film “This is Me … Now: A Love Story” in her native Bronx on Thursday night, with the star rocking a daring look with a casual twist.

The “Can’t Get Enough” singer, 54, showed off some skin in a plunging navy satin jumpsuit on the red carpet, covering up the halter-necked style with a long cape-like coat in the same fabric.

Lopez went with blue satin for her movie’s screening on Thursday. GC Images
The singer gave the camera a cheeky peek of shoulder. GC Images
Lopez donned a black cap in the Bronx. GC Images

The “Marry Me” star wore plenty of bling with her blue ‘fit, sporting diamond drop earrings and a long diamond padlock necklace layered with a matching diamond choker.

But she added a touch of the Bronx to her luxe look in the form of a black leather baseball cap, coordinating her pointy shoes with her hat.

The “Ain’t It Funny” singer looked fresh and glowing with plenty of peach blush, accenting her eyes with sparkly silver shadow.


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She added piles of diamond necklaces to her look. GC Images
She told Hoda Kotb that she’d wear crop tops “forever” on Thursday’s episode of “Today.” NBC
The pop star covered up her cropped black jacket with a furry purple coat while arriving to “Today.” GC Images

Husband Ben Affleck — who poked fun at his wife’s album in a hilarious Super Bowl 2024 commercial — stayed home for the event, but J.Lo attended the screening with her mother, Guadalupe Rodriguez.

Thursday night’s red carpet event followed a lighthearted appearance on “Today” when she played a game with Hoda Kotb and revealed that she’ll never stop wearing crop tops … even if her kids hate it.

“My kids are like, ‘mom! the crop top!’ and I’m like, ‘yeah!’” Lopez — who was actually wearing a cropped Alaïa jacket at the time — told the morning show host, admitting she will wear the style “forever.”

After all, no matter where she goes, she knows where she came from.