Jennifer Lopez 2012 Oscars WardrobePhoto Credit: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images
The Jennifer Lopez wardrobe malfunction on Oscars 2012 rumor went viral over the internet. the J. Lo wardrobe slip issue became an instant trending topic on several social networking sites and search engines that include Twitter and Yahoo!, according to reports by several international news sites on Monday, February 27, 2012. (Check out related blog article showing Jennifer Lopez VIDEO of the reported wardrobe malfunction)
Jennifer Lopez reportedly walked down the Oscars red carpet wearing a custom Zuhair Murad gown with a plunging neckline.
Reports say that as J. Lo was having a chat on the red carpet when the wardrobe malfunction occured. the front part of her dress reportedly lowered too much that revealed her private part.
The incident became an instant hit over the internet. One of the top trending keyword related to the incident is “jennifer lopez oscars.” E! Online reported that “J.Lo‘s dress is getting 800+ tweets per minute.”
The 42-year-old Lopez, an American Idol judge, has been a consistent trending topic and is always in the top 200 searches on Yahoo!.
Later, JLo’s stylist Mariel Haenn told People that the rumors are not true and that the gown, which was made by Zuhair Murad that has special built-in cups that prevented any “slips”.
Related blog article: Jennifer Lopez VIDEO at the Oscars reported wardrobe malfunction.)
Gabriel Miramar-Garcia ©RapidTVNews| 23-02-2012
Q’Viva! The Chosen, featuring Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, is taking its “docu-journey” talent show to Canada, courtesy of that country’s Hispanic and Italian television network, TLN Telelatino.
The programme calls itself a “first-of-its-kind docu-journey series” showcasing Latin music and dance, which will air in two-hour episodes for five weeks. created by American Idol creator Simon Fuller, the show follows Lopez, Anthony and director/choreographer Jamie King as they visit 21 different Latin American countries to search for artists for a live entertainment program. The show features stops in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Panama, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela and the United States.
After travelling the globe, and reviewing talent through a BlackBerry PlayBook tablet (product placement alert), the “chosen ones” will be brought to the U.S. to prepare for a starring role in a spectacular finale show that will be a celebration of Latin music and performance arts.
“Q’VIVA is a passion project on so many levels,” said Lopez. “It’s really our dream to see it come together. this is about creating a live visual experience about Latin culture, rhythm and dance. I believe that people will be so enlightened, so enriched by this experience.”
The channel will begin airing the new talent series on 3 March, the same day it debuts on FOX in the United States.