April 23, 2007, 2:00 pm
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She may have just netted over $1.2 million for one night’s work, but that won’t stop Jennifer Lopez from rocking tatty, overlong bell-bottoms.

The 37-year-old songstress is in London after being flown in by a Russian billionaire to sing at his wife’s birthday party. Andrei Melnichenko paid Jenny from the Block to perform privately at his model wife Aleksandra’s 30th birthday over the weekend.

The deal included her stay at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Knightsbridge, London, and she was flown to the bash in Ascot by helicopter.


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you know that britney is pissed that jlo got to wear this shiteous pants first ya’ll

Comment by yeahso?

yeah, but Britney would have worn them with those BROWN BOOTS she loves so much!

…..and a cowboy hat.

Comment by parissucksliterally

haha PSL..

where IS my head? you are absolutely correct.

Comment by yeahso?

Why would pay that much $$ to have someone perform for you? That is weird and those pants are UGLY.

Comment by my2cents

Oh that’s such a lovely hotel. *sigh*

I want to pick on the silver atrocity but it’s just too easy. Instead, I would like to lament the continual proliferation of velour tracksuits. They need to go. Along with Uggs and Crocs.

Comment by Selon

Jlo has all the charisma and style many bimbos lack…that is why she is were she is: bellpants, lowriders…all the ugly pants she manages to make HOT: that is her strenght!

Comment by the devil

Track suits and flip flops neet to go…with the respectively boobjob owners.

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