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Jennifer Lopez designs T-shirt celebrating curves

Published 24/05/2016

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez

The singer wants ladies to love themselves.

Jennifer Lopez is helping her female fans celebrate their curves by designing a new, limited edition tank top.

The superstar modelled the latest addition to her merchandise store on her page, showing off the white top, which featured a vintage poster-style print of the singer alongside the line: "Lucky to have these curves".

"I designed this limited edition tank top just for my squad - you included," she captioned the image as she promoted body-positivity. "Get yours here before they're all gone!"

The item will only be on sale for the next two weeks, as J.Lo continues the second set of dates in her All I Have residency show at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.

The I'm Real hitmaker debuted her greatest hits show in January (16) and raked in $8.8 million (£6 million) in concert revenue with just 10 dates.

She returned to the Sin City stage on Sunday night (22May16) to kick off the second leg of the residency, performing for celebrity fans including Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, and Jessica Alba, who had just made an appearance as a guest presenter at the Billboard Music Awards at the nearby T-Mobile Arena.

Sharing video footage from the gig on, Jessica urged fans to check out J.Lo's high energy show while they still can.

"If you know what's good for you ladies n gents go see @jlo in #lasvegas the show is Amazing," the actress gushed, adding, "#dancedthewholetime #sheseverything #pioneer #femalepower -I love her".

At the concert, Jessica and the Kardashians also hung out with pop star Meghan Trainor and transgender actress Laverne Cox, who had both rushed over from the Billboard Music Awards.

Khloe Kardashian later shared a photo of the celebrity fans with Jennifer backstage, and heaped praise on her by captioning it, "Bow down to the queen @jlo".

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