Jennifer Lopez is a triple threat Latina entertainer, seeing success as dancer, singer and actress. Before she ever made her way on-screen, Lopez began her celebrity career as a dancer and soon decided that she wanted to pursue acting. Her first lead role came in 1997 as Selena Quintanilla-Pérez in the tragic biopic Selena, which was recently recreated as a Netflix series. Lopez went on to star in a number of roles before launching her singing career with her debut studio album On the 6, sending a surge of popularity through the Latin movement in America. While Lopez continued to balance her acting career with her musical pursuits, which ultimately earned her a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, her focus always returned to her true passion of acting.
Jennifer Lopez returns to her rom-com roots with the upcoming Marry Me. Here’s why she’s an important figure in the history of the genre.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed