Jennifer Lopez is 52 but looks like she stopped aging after 30. Her aura and fashion statement still oozes class and sexiness. Lopez’s latest cover photo on Rolling Stone is another example of how well she has held on to her physique throughout the years.

J-Lo has dazzled in a cut-out suit for the cover of a March Rolling Stone cover that focuses on Icons and Influences. The cover copy said that she ‘broke all the rules to get to the top.’ The singer and actress agreed as she shared her motto has been ‘f*ck it’

J-lo has been living happily with her boyfriend Ben Affleck. She keeps making hit movies under her Nuyorican Productions banner, and on Marry Me, she even produced her own soundtrack which features Latin star Maluma. When pushed to discuss Ben she said: ‘I won’t talk about it a lot. We’ve both grown. We’re the same, and we’re different. And that’s what’s nice’

‘I don’t think we would have got back together if we thought that was where it was headed. We feel like what we found again is so much more important, and how we protect that and how we live our lives — what to share, what not to share — is the balance that we have now, the benefit of experience and the wisdom that we gained over the years.’


This is not her first Rolling Stone cover as she also wore a Princess Leia style bikini for a 2001 cover. Last week she also said she was happy when on the Today show. She and Ben previously dated between 2002 and 2004, and they rekindled their romance last year.

We love to see an icon like her being on the cover of a reputed magazine talking about her life and how she got here. Fans would love to get a hold of the mag and will like to explore more on her recent life events.

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Anirban Biswas

Anirban Biswas has been writing for Thirsty For News since 2021 and has been covering various topics such as entertainment, music, and pop culture. In his free time, Anirban enjoys playing guitar, composing music and exploring new places.

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