• Jennifer Lopez was part of new campaign for Versace
  • She is also featured in Vanity Fair's Hollywood issue
  • She will be performing at the upcoming  Super Bowl

Jennifer Lopez is the face of the new Versace 2020 campaign. The singer and actress shared pictures of the photo shoot on her Instagram page, and she also teased who she is preparing for the Super Bowl performance.

Lopez said that she is “so excited” to finally share the pictures of the Versace campaign with her fans on Instagram. She thanked Donatella Versace and everyone at the Italian fashion company for the collaboration.

The first photo that Lopez shared online shows her in a green outfit that opens up in the middle to reveal her chest. She wore a necklace that has a string reaching down to her belly button. The singer accessorized with her jewelry like rings on her fingers, gold bracelets, and earrings.

The second dress Lopez wore is a sleeveless red mini dress. She had the same gold accessories during this shoot.

Two other outfits that Lopez wore were black. She flaunts her chest in the first dress that has golden buttons and a belt, and the second dress helps her showcase her toned abs and slender legs.

Lopez also took part in a shoot for Vanity Fair recently. She shared a photo of the shoot on Instagram, in which she appears riding a bike next to Eddie Murphy. One of the pictures from this shoot shows the singer standing in an old-fashioned telephone booth.

The shoot was for Vanity Fair’s 26th annual Hollywood issue. Lopez said that she is honored to be featured alongside 22 of her peers.

Apart from the photo shoots, Lopez is also preparing for her performance at the Super Bowl. She shared a picture of her in a white, sleeveless top, white pants, and a matching pair of heels on Instagram. The singer said that this was a sneak peek of her upcoming performance.

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Jennifer Lopez has ditched her long hair for her naturally curly locks. Pictured: Jennifer Lopez attends the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 24, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Dia Dipasupil