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WATCH: JLo pole dances while preparing for new movie role


Actress and musician Jennifer Lopez has begun training for her next role as an exotic dancer in the upcoming film called Hustlers in which she co-stars with Constance Wu according to Daily Mail.

On Monday the star’s boyfriend, Alex Rodriguez gave fans a sneak peek on his Instagram story of JLo pole dancing – and it was perfect.

In the video JLo who is dressed in black shorts and a matching crop top is seen working the pole with her right arm straight up as she gets instructions from her trainer.


After a couple of false starts JLo finally got the move and did the swirl around the pole and Alex was gushing over her and uttered his one word of approval, which she reciprocated with a sexy head dip towards his direction.

The actress’s technique on the pole even got her praises from her dance trainer and her day in the gym concluded with a session of weight lifting with another instructor. ‘Working on strength training for my new movie, Hustler,’ the 49-year old star headlined one snap she shared on her Instagram Story that showed her doing curl work.

According to the Insider the star also recently opened up about the 10-day no-carb, no-sugar challenge that she completed with boyfriend Alex in preparation for “Hustlers” and the outfits that she’ll be wearing in the movie.

The film directed by Lorene Scafaria, which is based on a New York Magazine article by Jessica Pressler entitled, The Hustlers at Scores, JLo will play a ring leader of a crew that take their plans of getting their full cut too far.

Lorene revealed to Variety that the film will take an empathetic look at men and women,

“The film is an empathetic look at women and men, our gender roles, what we’re valued for, what we’ve been told is our value in every movie, TV show, every corner of culture”.

According to Variety the story chronicled a group of savvy former strip club employees who band together to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients in the wake of the financial crisis.