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Jennifer Lopez is a Guess Girl

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Echo Lawrence - January 16, 2020

You know how they have the Make-A-Wish foundation for dying kids, where they gift them with life changing experiences before they actually die? Well apparently, J.Lo is up on the opposite end of the Spectrum of that, where she's out here securing things that were otherwise reserved for young and hot unknown models.

Too old to be a Guess? Girl but I guess she always wanted that. So being J.Lo. It happened.

I know that Guess? has fallen off over the years, partially because the owner/founder, like all other captains of industry who billion billion dollar brands from the ground up, he was a creeper with the women he recruited.

There was a time when Guess? was like Victoria's Secret, or like Sports Illustrated Swim, where they'd introduce us to the next "It" girls. Girls everywhere would DREAM of being a Guess? Girl...and I guess one of those girls was J.Lo.

Realizing that she's old as hell, it's now or never, she likely moved in on the brand asking for this Bucketlist moment. I think there was a Queen Latifah movie about this called "Last Holiday" where she was diagnosed with a terminal disease and given a limit, so she went out Snowboarding. This is J.Lo's snowboarding.

Not that J.Lo is dying, but she's basically already dead, she just keeps trying to revive herself, her career and her sex appeal and I guess some of you fools buy into it because you've always though leather was cool.

All jokes about her stealing jobs from the youth and being old as hell aside, she looks pretty hot all photoshopped like this.



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