Jennifer Lopez to be Vogue's December cover girl
It will be the third appearance for the star on the front page of the magazine.
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For Jennifer Lopez's newest appearance on the cover of Vogue, she's wearing a Valentino Haute Couture dress and was photographed by Annie Leibovitz and styled by Alex Harrington.
The cover image shows the singer and actress of Puerto Rican descent hanging from a tree branch. The photograph is an homage to Gordon Parks' 1952 Life magazine photo essay of Eartha Kitt, which included a similar shot of Kitt hanging from a tree branch, the magazine explains.
In the interview with Vogue, Lopez reveals talks through the many different stages of her career and also her recent marriage to director and actor Ben Affleck, who is three years younger than her.
Regarding her relationship with Affleck, Lopez tells the magazine: "Obviously, we weren't trying to date in public, but I never shied away from the fact that for me, I always felt like there was real love there, real love. People in my life know that he was a very, very special person in my life. When we reconnected, those feelings for me were still very real."
Throughout the exclusive, Lopez also speaks on Atlas, the film she is currently shooting as part of a new deal between her company Nuyorican Productions and Netflix. She says it is not most people's idea of a love story, but instead a sci-fi action thriller in which she plays a military intelligence analyst who is assigned to reconfigure a potentially lethal form of artificial intelligence.
Finally, the actress, singer, and entrepreneur says she has big plans for her current musical project, and wants to create a musical odyssey in the style of Pink Floyd's The Wall, but with a message of hope and love.