Keisha P. Crabtree

Jennifer Lopez poses head to toe naked on new album cover

Photo credit: Instagram/jenniferlopez
Photo credit: Instagram/jenniferlopez

From Cosmopolitan

After teasing her new bob haircut yesterday, Jennifer Lopez has revealed her upcoming album cover, which shows her completely naked. Like, completely naked.

The singer has been teasing her ninth studio album, In The Morning, on Instagram, and it’s safe to say her 133million followers are pretty shook. “Surprise! Here’s the official cover art for #InTheMorning ✨ Single drops Friday ✨📸: @mertalas & @macpiggott,” she wrote.

The photo shows the singer stark naked, leaning forward with one hand (massive engagement ring in shot) on her thigh, and the other on her face. Wow.

“If this doesn’t break the internet nothing will 🤣,” one fan wrote, while Rita Ora added, “Legend 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼”

Someone else commented, “Power. Beauty. Strength. Woman.” while another fan put, “Goals and respect for life. So many years have gone by and yet, here you are continuing to be better every year.

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For more than a century, every generation has had its cinematic adaptation of “Black Beauty,” and while the new Disney+ version switches the genders of the magnificent horse as well as the young protagonist and moves the locale from the English countryside of the late 19th century to the American West of today, it’s thematically and spiritually faithful to Anna Sewell’s timeless classic, from the horse serving as narrator to the episodic nature of the storyline to the powerful and still-relevant message about humane treatment of animals — and the undeniably healing and lasting dynamic between human and creature.

I loved this movie. Yes, it’s an unapologetically sentimental, anthropomorphic, family-friendly, sugar-sweet story aimed squarely at the younger members of your brood — and stop me if you think there’s anything wrong with that. This

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As we saw with Netflix’s remake of “Rebecca” a few months ago, finding a new way to tell a tale already identified with a master filmmaker is tough. It’s a feeling that immediately washes over you during the first episode of FX and the BBC’s miniseries “Black Narcissus.” An adaptation of Rumer Godden’s 1939 novel, it will be hard for those going in to not compare it to the landmark 1947 film adaptation of Godden’s novel directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. But even those entering this series with no prior knowledge of the film will have trouble connecting to its quiet, overly contemplative retelling.

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Transgender beauty queen allegedly stabbed to death by husband

A transgender beauty queen who was well known in Miami’s LGBTQ community was stabbed to death by her husband in a fit of jealous rage, authorities said.

Ygor Arrudasouza, 27, confessed to police on Tuesday that he was high on meth when he took a knife and fork to repeatedly stab his wife Yunieski Carey Herrera in their 19th-floor condo, according to WPLG, which cited a police report.

Arrudasouza told detectives he’d been arguing with Herrera and erupted when she said “she had a better man,” prompting him to stab her on their bed and then on the floor, the report states.

Herrera, 39, a Cuban salsa dancer who had competed in beauty pageants over the years, was beloved by South Florida’s LGBTQ community.

“Besides being strikingly beautiful, she was kind and she was good and she cared as much about others as she would about herself,” friend Raul

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