Jennifer López Bare Her Legs When Posing From the Bed With a Short White Bathrobe

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Jennifer López uncovered her sensuality through Instagram. The singer and businesswoman published a photograph in which she appears from the bed, wearing only a short white coat. The bathroom piece has exposed her legs, as well as part of her left foot. There you can see the perfect pedicure that she wears and the white tone that adorns her nails with color.

With the publication, Jlo’s followers are clear that she knows how to enjoy life. Especially because next to the publication he wrote: “These are the moments in between, some of my favorite moments.” The actress continues to enjoy her stay in the Dominican Republic, and from there she shows how well she combines her work responsibilities with the small pleasures of life.

 

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But Jennifer López has another reason to be happy and that is that now that they have proposed around 25 Latin films to enter the National Film Registry, the one in which she starred in the life of Selena Quintanilla is among the possible options, according to EFE.  

Among the Latin films on the list is the two-Oscar winner “Frida,” starring Salma Hayek; the nominee for the gold statuette “A Better Life,” with Demián Bichir; “Spy Kids”, by Robert Rodríguez, as well as “Nothing Like the Holidays”, “Tortilla Soup” and “Maria Full of Grace”, among others.

“The National Film Registry at the Library of Congress can help correct that exclusion by shedding light on Latino cinematic achievements as an important part of our nation’s cultural heritage,” he added.

For his part, Ruiz pointed out that “although Latinos make up almost 20% of the population of our country, they continue to be very underrepresented in Hollywood.”

“It is essential that the National Film Registry reflect the true diversity of American culture,” he added. “Adding more Latino films to the Registry will help elevate Latino experiences.”

In January, when he was chairing the Hispanic Caucus, Castro sent a letter to the Librarian of Congress, Carla Hayden, recommending the inclusion of the movie “Selena” (1997) that commemorates the life of Selena Quintanilla.

The National Film Preservation Board considers the nominations and elects 25 new ones for the Registry each year.

Already in 2020, the Library of Congress entered the album “Ven Conmigo” (1990), by Selena, in the National Recording Registry.

In the Gregory Nava-directed film, Jennifer Lopez plays the role of Selena and Edward James Olmos plays the role of the singer’s father, who, according to Castro, “has become a beloved icon of Latino culture.”

In his new request, Castro indicated that the list of new nominations “has enough Latin films to cover the entire selection of this year for the Registry.”

The 25 films that Hispanic legislators want to add to the National Film Registry for consideration are:

  • “My Family” (1995)
  • “Ballad of Gregorio Cortez” (1982)
  • “Under the Same Moon” (2007)
  • “What happened to Santiago” (2007)
  • “Don’t Let Me Drown” (2009)
  • “The Miracle Beanfield War” (1988)
  • “Raising Victor Vargas” (2002)
  • “Frida” (2002)
  • “Walkout” (2006)
  • “A Better Life” (2011)
  • “Gun Hill Road” (2011)
  • “Spy Kids” (2001)
  • “American Me” (1992)
  • “Romero” (1989)
  • “Sisters” (2005)
  • “Blood In, Blood Out” (1993)
  • “Nothing Like the Holidays” (2008)
  • “Latino” (1985)
  • “The Lost City” (2005)
  • “Down for Life” (2009)
  • “Tortilla Soup” (2001)
  • “The Motorcycle Diaries” (2004)
  • “12 Hours” (2001)
  • “Viva Cuba” (2005)
  • “Maria Full of Grace” (2004).