Jennifer Lopez Wore the Dreamiest Pale Pink Cutout Dress While Shooting Her Rom-Com 'Marry Me'

Alyssa Bailey
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Jennifer Lopez's wardrobe for Marry Me, her upcoming rom com starring Owen Wilson, has been nothing short of incredible...and super extra. There was the enormous bedazzled wedding dress, the sequined high leg slit red carpet gown, and the cherry red-sequined bodycon dress. Last night, J.Lo was at it again, this time in the most whimsical and romantic of her ensembles.

The singer wore a pale pink dress with a high leg slit, open back and plunge-top. She paired it with a matching coat, black booties, and a black clutch. Wilson was in a tuxedo and gave Lopez a corsage at one point, so make what you will of that in regards to the movie's plot. It looks like they crashed a school dance, given the autumn dance signage in the background:

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Photo credit: Jose Perez/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jose Perez/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images

What is the plot of Marry Me, anyway? According to IMDB, "a pop superstar is jilted by her rock-star fiancé moments before their wedding at Madison Square Garden, so she marries a random guy from the crowd instead." Lopez is presumably the pop star, and Wilson is presumably the "random guy from the crowd."

Lopez explained her committing to this project was part of the reason she hasn't done too much wedding planning with her real-life fiancé, Alex Rodriguez when speaking to the Evening Standard in September.

"I have a movie I’m shooting in October [Marry Me, with Owen Wilson and Sarah Silverman], and the movie has an album that goes with it, so I’m just a little bit busy right now, and until October, he has the World Series in baseball," Lopez said. "We’re going to have to pick a day, pick a time and block it out, but we’re definitely talking about it. [Marriage is] important for both of us. We both come from traditional Latin families and we want that. Everyone wants somebody to grow old with. At the end of the day, how much work can you do, how much money can you make, and what does it all matter? It doesn’t, really."

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