Jennifer Lopez steals show at Billboard Awards as she puts on sizzling performance in nude bodysuit and wears sequinned mini dress on the red carpet

The singer, 48, stepped out at the Mandalay Bay Resort in sunny Las Vegas for the the 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards and stunned as she arrived in a sparkling mini-dress.

She teamed her outfit with a pair of towering silver heels and matching rings as she held a simple clutch bag.

The star showed off her impressively long blonde hair which appeared not to have a strand out of place as it rested below her bum as she walked the red carpet with boyfriend Alex Rodriguez.

After putting on another impressive performance at the Time 100 gala in New York this week, J-Lo took to the stage at the Vegas event dressed as an empress in another show-stopping outfit.

She premiered her new song El Anillo during the show and later tweeted to let fans know the video would be making its first appearance on television today.

She wrote: “#ElAnillo video premiere tomorrow morning on @telemundo.”

J-Lo’s fans have been left wondering if her new song is a hint for retired baseball player Alex to pop the question to her as the title of her latest track translates as “The Ring”.

A lyric in the song reads in English as: “I have never felt anything this grand/And your wild side drives me crazy/You’ve given me so much that I’ve been thinking/I already have it all, but/When will I get the ring?”

But she insists she is not going to rush into marriage any time soon and is simply looking to give a boost to other women with her words.

According to PEOPLE, she said: “Right now, the songs that I have coming out, everything that’s going on with women – it’s a very empowering time for us. It’s a good time for us.

“We’re like, ‘Yo, this is not OK/this is OK, I want to be treated with respect, I want my place in your life, I want to be paid equally.’

“And my next two songs kind of deal with that. Where’s my ring, and where’s my money?”

Jennifer even thought about changing the lyrics in her song as she knew those who understood Spanish would make connections between the words and her romance.

She said: “That kind of makes it super personal. And I thought about changing [the lyrics] and making it more generic, and then I was like, ‘You know, all my music has always been super personal.’”

Got a story? email [email protected] or call us direct on 02077824220.

We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.

Source: Read Full Article