Jennifer Lopez sets pulses racing with sizzling Grammy performance

never fails to put on an incredible performance and last night at the Grammy Award 2019 was no different.

Proving age is just a number, the 49-year-old put on an explosively energetically performance.

Switching through a set of three sexy eye-popping outfits, the New York-born gal shook her booty through some of the hottest Mowton hits.

Pulling off the likes of Dancing In The Streets, Please Mr Postman, The Best Thing In Life Are Free and many more, the brunette bombshell totally rocked the stage.

Ramping up the sex appeal for impressive set, the curvaceous vixen was joined by many more stars such as Ne-Yo, Alicia Keys and Smokey Robinson in her music medley.

Though it was Jennifer who stole the limelight in her pulse-racing costumes.

Showing off her sexy legs in one black number covered in sequins, Ms Lopez teased her devotees in a dangerously high-slit hemline and raunchy fishnet stockings.

Adding extra playfulness to her get-up, she teamed the look with a sizzling feather-bower.

Stripping off, Jennifer flaunted her age-defying figure in a flesh-flashing neckline and devilish thigh-high boots.

Turning into the ultimate showgirl. the Live It Up singer dazzled in a pink feathered outfit with the most boob-baring neckline.

She revealed her impressive flexibility jumping up on the grand piano and stretching out in one of her most sexiest displays.

Adding plenty of glam to her last outfit, she shimmered in a pair of silver ankle boots.

Looking like a beauty queen, she wore her brunette tresses in seductive loose waves.

Accentuating her eyes she opted for full on fake lashes and a smokey eye.

Despite Jennifer putting on an excellent performance, not everybody agreed the Motown tribute was the best suitability for the singer.

With it being black history month the awards show were slammed by some Twitter users for not being sung by a black artist.

They suggested the likes of Beyonce, Gladys Knight or Jennifer Hudson would have been a better choice to celebrate the music.

On user wrote: “Dear Grammys out of Anita, Beyonce, Leyy Rowland, Rihanna…. you get Jennifer Lopez to do Motown? Insulting.”

Another agreed: “They got a good number of black songstresses sitting in the Grammys and decided to use Jennifer Lopez to pay tribute to Motown during Black History Month.”


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Best rap album – Cardi B

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Best rap song – Drake for God’s Plan 

Best country album – Kacey Musgraves for Golden Hour 

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Best pop solo performance – Lady Gaga for Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?) 

Best pop vocal album – Ariana Grande for Sweetener 

Best traditional pop vocal album – Willie Nelson for My Way 

Best alternative music album – Beck for Colors 

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Best country duo/group performance – Dan + Shay for Tequila 

Best country song – Kacey Musgraves for Space Cowboy 

Best gospel album – Tori Kelly for Hiding Place 

Best Latin pop album – Claudia Brant for Sincera 

Best Americana album – Brandi Carlile for By the Way, I Forgive You 

Best compilation soundtrack for visual media – The Greatest Showman 

Best song written for visual media – Shallow by Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando & Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper) 

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Source :dailystar