The New York premiere of Ben Affleck’s newest movie “The The Last Duel,”” Jennifer Lopez stole the stage.
The actress-singer attended the event that was held at the Lincoln Center on Saturday night together with her husband and posted some pictures of the red carpet on social media on Sunday.
Lopez can be observed standing out of the spotlight and leaning against a pillar and watching Affleck perform on one of the photos.
The brunette model had an ash brown Herve Leger two-piece outfit with the long-sleeved crop top as well as an elastic skirt with the thigh-high split, which highlighted her abs. Hair was pulled back in the most amazing half-up and down style. She was wearing a lip color that was perfect to her hair. Her hair was pulled back in an amazing half-up and hairstyle that was half-down. Affleck had an all-black velvet suit which he co-wrote along with his former pal Matt Damon for the historical drama.
“Red carpet magic,” Lopez wrote beside the hashtag “#TheLastDuelpremiere.”
The “Let’s Get Loud” singer also posted images and snippets from the occasion via the Instagram Stories. The singer’s appearance at the event was recorded on video featuring Drake’s “Way 2 Sexy” playing in the background. She followed that up with photos from behind-the-scenes.
Her posts have received more than 2 million followers at the time of writing, with her followers giving her heart-eyes and fire emojis, as well as thanks in her comments.
“Wonderful couple!” One fan commented. Another fan commented, “Those abs.”
Some expressed their admiration for the couple and expressed their gratitude about how supportive they’d been to one another when their love was revived.
“It’s incredible that you and Ben work together in their respective areas. I love the two of you “a fan wrote.
Lopez worked with stylists Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn along with Mary Phillips, Lorenzo Martin along with Eri Ishi Zu in the creation of her outfit. The public, celebrities and other designers applauded Zangardi and shared an image of Lopez’s ensemble at the event.
Madelaine Petsch wrotein her diary “So much”yes” to her clothes.”
Rachel Zoe, a fashion designer, also took part by releasing a series of fire emojis to respond to the post.