JLo, 51, flaunts washboard abs in tiny white crop top in Miami as she gets fit four days before Inauguration performance

JLo, 51, flaunts washboard abs in tiny white crop top in Miami as she gets fit four days before Inauguration performance


JLO flaunted her washboard abs in tiny white crop top as she hit a Miami gym to get fit for her performance at the inauguration this week.

Jennifer Lopez will perform in a line-up that includes Lady Gaga at the event taking place in Washington DC on Wednesday.

And in preparation, the 51-year-old got in a workout four days before her gig at the US Capitol.

JLo showed off her toned arms and her taut tum in the crop top as she left the gym in Florida.

Her black leggings were emblazoned with the names of her 12-year-old twins Emme and Max on the backs of the legs.

And she finished the look off with a pair of high-top sneakers.

With her hair tied back in a bun and huge sunglasses, JLo also donned a black face mask to practice coronavirus measures.

Her vocal coach Stevie Mackey, who accompanied her to the gym, went without a mask and walked close by her.

JLo and her fiancé Alex Rodriguez – who postponed their wedding last summer due to the coronavirus – have just returned to the States after jetting off to Turks and Caicos to see in the New Year.

While there she danced around on the beach in a red bikini and a slinky coat which featured her moniker on the back.

The actress and singer will be hoping her performance at Joe Biden's inauguration can overshadow the dramas that have dogged her year so far.

Things got off to a troubled start after her new film Shotgun Wedding was thrown into chaos when her co-star Armie Hammer left the production due to his disturbing DMs.

In them he told how he was "100 per cent cannibal".

His ex-girlfriend Courtney Vucekovich revealed he was into master-slave fetishes and told her he wanted to break and eat her ribs.

A-Rod is also caught up in woes after he was dubbed a "serial cheater" in a new lawsuit.

His ex-wife Cynthia's brother Constantine Scurtis is suing him for $50 million for allegedly ditching him from the real estate empire they built.

Court documents accuse A-Rod of a number of crimes, including filing false tax forms, committing insurance fraud, interstate wire fraud, mail fraud and racketeering. 

Scurtis' lawyers wrote, "Defendant Alex Rodriguez, a former Yankees baseball player, is a serial cheater and liar."

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