Pop music fans from all over the world go crazy for Jennifer Lopez posters! In the last few years, this vibrant latina born on July 24, 1970, has become one of America’s top celebrities, as her gorgeous images and sexy photos populate the best-selling international magazines and give birth to a large variety of ‘art’ prints.
The huge number of Jennifer Lopez posters available today display scenes from different moments of this artist’s gateway to stardom, from her early years as a backup dancer, to her latest work as an internationally recognized actress and singer. Born and raised in the Castle Hill section of the Bronx, New York, Jennifer Lopez has worked in the entertainment industry for more than 10 years, starting out with small roles in TV shows such as ‘South Central’, ‘Second Chances’, and ‘Hotel Malibu’ and moving forward to more important roles in the movies industry. Today, this beautiful lady is a well-rounded artist that can act, sing, design, and dance, in addition to being one of America’s most important fashion icons.
Jennifer Lopez posters cater to a wide audience that enjoys the artist’s songs, dancing, clothes and perfume, but especially that shares her attitude towards life. This Puerto Rican-American girl who says she always knew she wanted to be an artist, has had to go through some tough times along the way to becoming rich and famous but her strong desire and determination helped her to go on.
Jennifer Lopez posters and her movies
When it comes to movies, Jennifer Lopez posters gracefully feature the artist’s good looks and charisma in different movie roles. She started her acting career in the early 1990s with movies such as ‘Mi Familia’, ‘Money Train’, and ‘U turn’. Nevertheless, she became well known after playing the role of Selena Quintanilla, the famous Mexican-American singer known as the ‘Queen of Tejano Music’ that was murdered by her manager in 1995.
Jennifer Lopez posters from this movie, called ‘Selena’, are undoubtedly one of the most popular motives among Jennifer Lopez posters. After that, success hit on Jennifer Lopez’s doors as well-received movies such as ‘Out of Sight’, ‘Anaconda’, ‘The Cell’, ‘Angel Eyes’, ‘The Wedding Planner’, ‘Enough’, ‘Maid in Manhattan’, ‘Jersey Girl’, ‘Shall We Dance’, and ‘Monster-In-Law’ continued to have her among their casts. Despite her movie ‘Gigli’ released in 2003 and co-starred by then love-partner Ben Affleck did not receive very good critics or acceptance from the general public, other Jennifer Lopez movies such as ‘The Wedding Planner’, ‘The Cell’, and ‘Shall We Dance’ became huge successes as evidenced by people’s attendance to movie theaters all over America and abroad. Put together, the movies ‘The Cell’, ‘The Wedding Planner’, and ‘Maid In Manhattan’ made more than $500 million worldwide. Scenes and photos from these movies are up in the list of best-selling Jennifer Lopez posters.
Jennifer Lopez posters and her music
Besides her success in the movies industry, Jennifer Lopez also accomplished a great career in music, especially considering that her first music album was released a little over 5 years ago. As with her other artistic facets, Jennifer Lopez posters are no shy to depict the artist’s journey to stardom through her music. Her music albums include ‘On The 6’ – her first album, released in 1999 – ‘J.Lo’ – released at the beginning of 2001 -, ‘This Is Me’ – released in the fall of 2002 – ‘Reel Me’ – released in late 2003 – and ‘Rebirth’ – her latest album released in March of 2005 -.
‘On the 6’ featured Lopez’s colossal first single ‘If You Had My Love’, which automatically became a hit after a few weeks of being played by radio and music video stations around the United States. Moreover, ‘If You Had My Love’ was #1 in the music charts for more than 9 weeks. ‘On the 6’ also included ‘No Me Ames’, a Spanish song that Lopez sang in duet with well-known latino singer and now husband Marc Anthony. This song was a huge international hit, although it was not released as a single in the United States . Lopez’s second single from this album also, was ‘Waiting For Tonight’, a huge hit in the United States although not as big as ‘If You Had My Love’. ‘On the 6’ also featured a hip hop track called ‘Feelin’ So Good’, and the Latin-dance-flavored track ‘Let’s Get Loud’. Since its release, ‘On The 6’ went platinum 8 times. Needless to say, after ‘On the 6’ Jennifer Lopez’s career was way on the rise!
The American and also, the Latino, audiences wouldn’t have to wait much to hear Jennifer Lopez’s next single. The first single from her second album ‘J.Lo’ released in early 2001, ‘Love Don’t Cost A Thing’ quickly climbed to the top of the nation’s music charts, contributing to the artist’s exceptionally successful career. Two very cool remixes from two actual singles in this second album, ‘I’m Real’ and ‘Ain’t It Funny’ were released in late 2001 and early 2002 respectively, and are known by fans since as two of the biggest pop and rap hits of the time. These remixes also had the additional benefit of bringing Jennifer Lopez closer to a new, perhaps more marginal audience, as her music gained credibility and acceptance on the streets.
Jennifer Lopez posters reflect her love life
The young actress’ love life is no stranger to anyone who has been exposed to mass communication mediums such as television, radio, and celebrity magazines! Not exactly known for keeping a low-profile in terms of her love life, Lopez went through two short-lived, failed marriages and several scandalous relationships – the latest of which involved famous actor Ben Affleck, her co-star in ‘Gigli’, with whom she had a 3-year-long highly-advertised romance – before she finally settled down to one of her first loves, singer and composer Marc Anthony. Lopez married Anthony on June 5, 2004 , just a few months after her break-up with then fiancee Ben Affleck.
So, if you are a Jennifer Lopez fan, you’ll probably love most of Jennifer Lopez posters. Watch out for new Jennifer Lopez posters constantly being added to this artist’s always increasing poster catalog.