Chelsea Handler is taking a closer look at Jennifer Lopez's body.
In the most recent episode of the comedian’s podcast, Dear Chelsea, Handler speaks openly with Nikki Glazer about her thoughts on J.Lo’s skin routine.
“I see a lot of J.Lo on my feed,” Handler said. “I wonder if that’s everybody. Is J.Lo the most preeminent person in our lifetime?”
“I also know she’s up to some tricks she doesn’t admit, so I know that. Obviously. She’s f****** 50-something and does not have a wrinkle,” the comedian said, later explaining that, for most people at least, it’s natural for one’s skin to change. “Around 40-ish you start to go, ‘Is my skin thinning on my body?’ Like, I have to lubricate when I wake up, go to bed.”
“I have no problem gazing,” she added of Lopez’s body. “It’s so easy to watch her. Her face, her ass, her legs. You’re just like, ‘What the f*** is going on with your genes?’”
“I know she doesn’t drink because I’ve been around her,” she said. “Her f****** skin is a different world.”
Of course, Handler isn't the only one obsessed with Lopez's curvacious figure. Millions of the singer's adoring fans have been outspoken about their admiration with the star's body.
"Such a timeless beauty," one fan gushed on the star's recent post of her posing in a bubble bath.
"It's so hard not to fall in love with you," another added.
A huge advocate for self-care, Lopez recently opened up about how sleep is one of her most underrated beauty secrets. In an excerpt from the actress's newsletter, On the J.Lo, she opened up about the importance of prioritizing sleep.
"We don’t value sleep," she wrote. "We value grinding and working hard — and admittedly, nobody gets caught up in that rat race more than me. I've found however, that sleep to me is the most underrated beauty secret out there."
“There was a time in my life where I used to sleep 3 to 5 hours a night," she explained. "I'd be on set all day and in the studio all night and doing junkets and filming videos on the weekends. I was in my late 20s and I thought I was invincible."
"As I slept more and took care of myself, I realized it was about pro-living versus anti-aging," she added. "I think of sleep like a little time machine. You lay down and you go into a space where you preserve yourself and then you come out a new, younger person than you were before. Sometimes I wake up and say, 'Wow! I just lost 10 years off my face!' That's what a good night's sleep can do for you, and it accumulates over time."
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