A jack-of-all-trades/ triple threat/ whatever you want to call her, Jennifer Lopez just seems to keep getting better and better.
To say that she’s been working hard is an understatement. Jenny from the block performed just last night at the Tidal x Brooklyn benefit concert for disaster relief, after wrapping up her own One Voice: Somos live benefit concert on Saturday.
J.Lo is a humanitarian, and she definitely hasn't been neglecting her other talents. The 48-year-old icon is currently an executive producer and judge on World of Dance, stars in Shades of Blue, is a recurring Las Vegas act, and is working on a Spanish album with ex-hubby Marc Anthony. BFF Leah Remini will be joining the Ni Tú Ni Yo singer, who will be starring in the romantic comedy, Second Act. But hold up wait a minute, y’all thought she was finished?
The mami of two will be developing Rosarito Beach, a comedic drama with CBS, Nuyorican Productions and Universal Television. The one hour show highlights two attorneys, one of which builds his practice in San Diego, handling cases on immigration and U.S./Mexican legal systems. In today's society, this content couldn't be more relevant. The project is centered around debunking Latino stereotypes, so being woke should definitely be on the Puerto Rican beauty's resume
Being socially conscious isn’t new for Lopez, though. When she was the executive producer of Freeform’s The Fosters, she told Variety: “I can speak to a producer’s responsibility, which is to create a compelling story with interesting and diverse characters. It’s important to make sure the characters are a true reflection of our society. This includes diversity across race and gender — which we’re finally seeing a shift toward in television and film.”
If this is any indication of how diverse Rosarito Beach will be, then we’re sure it will be a hit!