Jennifer Lopez responds to pregnancy rumours in the best way

It was reported earlier this week that she was expecting her third child, but Jennifer Lopez has silenced the rumours in one simple move. The 47-year-old let her body do the talking by posting a photo taken after her Las Vegas concert on Thursday evening, which showed off her washboard abs.

Jennifer was accompanied in the snap by a young fan, and she wrote alongside it: "One of my favourite parts of my Vegas residency #ALLIHAVE is meeting the fans after the show."


Jennifer Lopez shared this photo on Instagram following the pregnancy rumours

Her manager Benny Medina also rubbished the claims, telling TMZ the allegations are "100 per cent not true". The US gossip site also claims he sent them the same picture and asked: "Does this look like pregnant?"

Waiting for Tonight hit maker Jennifer is mum to eight-year-old twins Max and Emme from her marriage to Marc Anthony, and the false reports alleged her boyfriend Casper Smart was "so excited" to be giving her another child.

She's the industry's ultimate triple threat so we're sure taking time out to have a baby is the last thing on Jennifer's mind right now. As well as performing in her Vegas residency, it was recently confirmed she will play "The Cocaine Grandmother" Griselda Blanco in a new film for HBO.

The false reports claimed Casper Smart was "excited" about giving Jennifer her third child

It's expected to be the most demanding role of Jennifer's career; Griselda is one of Columbia's most famous drug lords and at the height of her notoriety was thought to be pushing around 300 kilos of cocaine a month, worth more than £60million.

Griselda is said to have been responsible for more than 200 murders but was only convicted of three. She was shot dead in 2012 by a motorcycle assassin as she stood outside a butcher shop in Medellín, Columbia.

In a statement Jennifer explained: "I've been fascinated by the life of this corrupt and complicated woman for many years."

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