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J.Lo Is Letting Her Boo Know That It Might Be Time To Start Putting A Ring On It

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Most people would probably not demand an engagement ring at any point during a relationship — at least maybe not in the first year of dating. However, most people are not Jennifer Lopez.

It really should come as no surprise that Jennifer seems to be forcefully asking for an engagement ring in her latest single and music video for the bilingual song “El Anillo,” or “The Ring.”. But the former Fly Girl is looking like a damn queen in the process, so who cares right?

Here’s the break down.

For anyone thinking that “El Anillo” isn’t about J.Lo telling Alex Rodriguez to marry her, perhaps all of the rings weren’t obvious enough for you.

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She is literally singing: “Nunca habia sentido algo tan grande / Y me vuelve loca tu lado salvaje / Tu me has dado tanto que he estado pensando / Ya lo tengo todo, pero / ¿Y el anillo pa’ cuando?”

Translation: “I’ve never felt anything this grand / And your wild side drives me crazy / You’ve given me so much more than I could have dreamed / I have everything but /  The ring, when?”

When Rodriguez, when?!

Lowkey, J.Lo’s glam is jaw-dropping is borderline scary but so perfect for this video and song.

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This gothic video is sort of like “Game Of Thrones” meets “Queen of the Damned.” We have no idea how J.Lo’s creative team works, but it’s sure impressive.

But, like, real talk: is the love interest in the video supposed to be an A-Rod lookalike?

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That dude definitely has the body of a baseball player. What do you think?

In an interview with Fox, A-Rod talked about the new song saying: “I will tell you this. She came out with a great, great song ‘Anillo.’ I think it went up to one or two [in the charts].” He later added: “She has another song ‘Dinero’ that’s going to be mind-blowing, and you should hear it.”

Seems like J.Lo is subtly telling A-Rod how much of a goddess she is in the video.

CREDIT: Jennifer Lopez / YouTube

It’s like he’s going to be asking himself: “what do you want, a ring? Oh sure, whatever you say.”

It is very clear that J.Lo means business when it comes to her heart and the man she wants to marry.

CREDIT: Jennifer Lopez / YouTube

You just have to admire the confidence J.Lo exudes while demanding a ring from her boo.

The answer remains: will A-Rod ask J.Lo to marry him?

CREDIT: Jennifer Lopez / YouTube

Sure looks like it’s headed that way.

Here’s the entire video.


READ: The Definitive Ranking Of J.Lo’s Music Videos

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Here Are The Latinos Who Got Nominated For Tony Awards This Year

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Here Are The Latinos Who Got Nominated For Tony Awards This Year

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The 72nd Tony Awards will be here before you know it, June 10 to be precise, and the nominees have officially been announced. Sure, the Tony Awards aren’t has popular as the Oscars but these Latino performers, costume designers and composers are being recognized for their hard work to make Broadway the magical place it is. Here are the Latinos who have been nominated for awards for the 72nd Tony Awards.

John Leguizamo’s “Latin History for Morons” was nominated for the highly coveted prize of Best Play.

The one-man play features Leguizamo covering 3,000 years of historical events, from the conquistadors to Texas and Trump. The tongue-in-cheek production showing the contributions and importance of Latinos to American history, many of them forgotten in textbooks. It’s the history your teachers refused to teach you.

Leguizamo’s show has given untold Latino American history a very important presence in American pop culture.

“The fact that 20,000 Latin people fought in the American Civil war… and we had the first admiral in the United States Navy, David Farragut… Where is that? You don’t see any of that stuff,” Leguizamo told Playbill in an interview.

He also will be awarded a special Tony Award for his solo contributions to the Broadway season thanks to his play.

Triple-threat actress, dancer and singer Chita Rivera will have more hardware to add to her awards cabinet. 

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She is this year’s recipient of the Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre.

Her storied career includes a Presidential Medal of Freedom and the first Latinx performer to receive a Kennedy Center Honors award. Some of her most prominent roles on the Broadway stage include Anita in “West Side Story,” Rose in “Bye, Bye Birdie” and Velma Kelly in “Chicago.”

Clint Ramos was nominated once again for Best Costume Design of a Musical for “Once on this Island.”

According to his biography page, Ramos won the award for Best Costume Design for a Musical in 2016, becoming the first person of color to do so. Will he be able to bring home a second prize?

The winners of the 2018 Tony Awards will be announced June 10 from New York City’s Radio City Music Hall.


READ: Lin-Manuel Miranda Was Nominated For An Oscar, Putting Him One Step Closer To Making History

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