Maybe she convinced some 17 year old boys to support her. To the rest of the world, she’s trying to exploit a woman’s body for votes. Very feminist of her.
Jennifer Lopez put on an eye-popping display for Hillary Clinton supporters in Florida as the presidential candidate hopes to win over Hispanic voters from rival Donald Trump.
During the packed outdoor concert on a rain-soaked night in Miami, a scantily-clad Lopez put on a dramatic performance where she interspersed songs with huge images of Clinton and First Lady Michelle Obama during her Democratic convention speech.
The event was meant to fire up Hispanic voters and drive turnout in a must-win state for Republican candidate Trump, in the election’s final days.
During the show, Clinton urged supporters not to let Trump get away with ‘stoking fear’ and ‘insulting one group of Americans after another.’
Playing off Lopez’s hit Let’s Get Loud, a staple at Clinton rallies, she also urged Floridians to ‘get loud at the voting booth.’
‘Are you ready for your voices to be heard?’ J-Lo sang while donning a sequin American flag outfit as she opened the show with the song Let’s Get Loud.
She added: ‘We’re gonna change things.’
‘When they go high, we go low,’ the First Lady intoned, while J-Lo performed with her 10 back-up dancers.
‘Now fellows I love you but I need to talk to the ladies right quick,’ Lopez said.
‘Now I’m a hard working woman, do you know that? I work hard for the money… You know what, you gotta respect that,’ she said – without having to mention Clinton’s all-out appeal to women voters, or backing of ‘equal pay’ legislation.
Another song intro featured former president Franklin D Roosevelt’s words from his famed speech in which he said, ‘the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.’
It was followed by a John F Kennedy speech – and a line from Clinton.
Then Lopez took to the microphone in a red cape and sang Love Make the World Go Round – at which point the skies opened up with rain.
Singing sensation Marc Anthony – who split from Lopez – offered warm words for his ex as well as his endorsed candidate.