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Jennifer Lopez goes bananas in an all-yellow get-up with pointy padded shoulders straight out of the Eighties

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JENNIFER Lopez goes bananas in an all-yellow get-up with pointy padded shoulders straight out the Eighties. Jen, 51, wore the figure-hugging lemon catsuit and sky-high matching heels to promote US chain Designer Shoe Warehouse.

She posted a pic online with another of the footwear and wrote: “Summer’s looking bright.” Love that zest for life, JLo. Her latest photoshoot comes after her split from fiancé Alex Rodriguez, 45, and her reuniting with ex-boyfriend Ben Affleck, 48.

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