Her formula for turning heads with her incredible physique has been consistent over the years.
And it is a tradition Jennifer Lopez continued when she strutted her way to Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday in Los Angeles.
The 45-year-old stunner made a spectacular display of her enviable figure in a clingy red sleeveless bandage dress that was teamed with matching sky-high pumps.
Adding to the smoldering look, the Dance Again singer had on a generous amount of make-up, including a heavy hand of eyeliner, smokey eye shadow, a matte pink lip and glowing skin.
Her golden tresses were tied back into a ponytail and cascaded down her back.
The American Idol knockout was joined by her fellow judges Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr to chat about the series – now in its 14th season – ahead of the Top 12 Finalists being revealed on Wednesday.
After wrapping her chat with comedian Jimmy, she did a wardrobe change and made yet another dazzling appearance for her arrival at Sunset Tower.
The Love Don’t Cost A Thing hitmaker had on a sequinned black and blue top and high-waisted flared dark trousers.
New look: The Love Don’t Cost A Thing hitmaker had on a sequinned black and blue top and high-waisted flared dark trousers
Jennifer has also been promoting her new song Feel The Light off the soundtrack for the DreamWorks film Home, of which she lends her voice to a character named Lucy.
In the animated feature she portrays the mother of a teen girl named Tip, voiced by Rihanna, who manages to escape Earth after an alien invasion.
Jim Parsons and Steve Martin also co-star in Home, which hits theaters on March 27.
Meanwhile, the busy mother of two has also been championing her new lifestyle website named BodyLab – a venture that is described as ‘a revolutionary health and wellness brand designed for women by women.’
The On The Floor singer’s lifestyle program, which launched in January, includes items for sale like protein shakes, cleanses and detoxes.
It also includes free access to fitness tips and her healthy food recipes like ‘Jlo’s favorite kale salad with queso’ and ‘JLo’s favorite sea bass ceviche.’
Speaking to Radar Online in November, the Boy Next Door actress said of her intention behind the new program:
‘In all of my work – my music, my films, my book, my foundation – I always strive to inspire women to be the best and happiest versions of themselves.’