Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez share the new cover of Paper Magazine, themed #VivaLasPaper, not together of course, but in dual covers and they both equally SLAYED! The magazine's issue also features covers of the Backstreet Boys and Ricky Martin, but we have to admit, our eyes are all on these two hot mamas!
Jennifer Lopez served her cover looking like an ice queen but certainly not Elsa, because we are far from frozen! Lopez was styled by Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, shot in an embellished bodysuit in which icicles seemed to serve as a spiked collar. She also wore a glossy crystal crown, while she sat like a bag of money on her mirrored throne. The spread consisted of a booty shot that showed off the 20-year-old's (JK 48-year-old’s!!!) non-aging figure in which she wears fishnets and a crystal bikini while holding an embellished fur. I mean whether she’s Jenny from the block or Jenny as a showgirl, she does not disappointment!
And we’re not done here…just moving into diva number 2, Mariah Carey, who was styled by Robert Behar for the cover. Miss Carey posed topless, YES, TOPLESS, in her cover wearing a jeweled body chain that served as a “top.” Her inside spread included shots of her in a seashell-shaped crystal bikini top and blinged-out high-wasted fishnets! And if you know Mariah and/or watched her show, “Mariah’s World,” you won’t be surprised that she also rocked a crown. She’s very in tune with that fairy tale lifestyle, as she should be with vocals and a body like hers!
Well, we won't spoil it all for you, but one thing is for sure, even though we’ve heard they may not know each other, they certainly know how to sell a sexy cover simultaneously! All we can say is, if you got it, flaunt it, and the these two definitely HAVE IT!
(Photos from Left: Robert Kamau/GC Images, Noam Galai/FilmMagic)
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