Jennifer Lopez Returns to the Stage with First Show After Wedding to Ben Affleck

Jennifer Lopez is back to work after her luxurious Paris honeymoon.

The multi-hyphenate headed to Capri, Italy, last week, where she headlined the LuisaViaRoma for UNICEF gala, a star-studded charity event which included a dinner and charity auction in aid of children in war-torn Ukraine. For the performance at the Certosa di San Giacomo monastery, the “Let’s Get Loud” singer wore a stunning animal-print look as she commanded the stage.

In pics from the concert, the star wears a floor-length ruffled duster with a white feather trim. The piece is layered over a matching high neck zebra-print bustier with shimmery mesh panels at the shoulders and torso, and low-rise pants with a gold-and-crystal-embellished belt and feathers covering the lower legs.

She also wore nude pumps with jewel detailing and carried a black bedazzled mic.

Daniele VenturelliGetty Images

Daniele VenturelliGetty Images

The “Get Right” singer also donned a nude bodysuit embellished with sparkling crystals and matching fishnet tights for part of the performance.

Earlier in the evening, the Marry Me actor arrived at the event in a billowy floor-length gown, comprised of a transparent yellow dress with long sleeves and a frilly, high-neck collar layered over a yellow slip. She paired the piece with white platform heels, multicolored statement earrings, and a mini bedazzled green and silver Louis Vuitton purse

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Lopez was spotted in Capri earlier this weekend, continuing her European street-style tour ahead of the gala. During the outing, the singer wore a silk kimono from Camilla featuring gilded buttons, an abstract floral pattern, and cheetah print on the sleeves, paired with satin pink short shorts featuring a black lace trim.

Quinci LeGardye is an LA-based freelance writer who covers culture, politics, and mental health through a Black feminist lens.

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