Jennifer Lopez Wears Republican Red Dress At Obama's Democratic Fundraiser!


She looked absolutely stunning in a scarlet dress to attend a Democratic fundraiser in Paris last night for an election campaign for President Barack Obama, but Jennifer Lopez was wearing the wrong colour dress.

The Get On The Floor singer was accompanied by her toyboy boyfriend Casper Smart as she joined a selected group of fashionistas, rock stars and Hollywood stars in the French capital to support the Obama Victory Fund.

And the singer was happy to have touched down in the fashionable, romantic city with her beau as she tweeted to her 11 million followers: "Quick day hop to Paris!! Fashion week fun!"

Jen oozed sex appeal in the glamorous Jessica Rabbit style thigh-baring red dress which she paired with a black pair of strappy stilettos adorned with gold charms.


Jennifer Lopez Wears Republican Red Dress At Obama's Democratic Fundraiser!

J.Lo and Casper Smart rock up to Obama's Democratic Fundraiser - Twitter/JLoPhilippines

She wore her highlighted brunette locks in an old school Hollywood style of voluminous curves, and accessorised with a small black box clutch bag and cold bracelets.

The Jenny From The Block singer looked flawless in every way as she showed off her hourglass figure in the gorgeous figure hugging frock, and her luminous make-up look complete with lashings of red lippie added an extra bit of glam, and her boyfriend Casper Smart was pretty dapper too in a grey three-piece suit.

There was just one tiny thing wrong with Jen’s stunning attire, however, and that was that the colour red is traditionally the colour of the Republican party – and Jen was at a Democratic fundraiser.

Reckon she could have looked just as hot in cobalt blue? We reckon so!

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