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In Similar Swimwear, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, And Kate Beckinsale Pose For A Photo

The fantastic campaign for Jennifer Lopez‘s new line of body beauty products is still being discussed online.

The celebrity, who is well-known for her particular love of the gym, appeared in the most revealing bikinis as well as while completely naked. A white bikini with asymmetrical transparent insertsl caught the followers’ attention.

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Some J. Lo fans recalled having seen this item on another well-known singer, Britney Spears, but in pink. True, the celebrity did not participate in a formal photo shoot; instead, she merely shot a brief video for her blog.

However, some who paid close attention on the Internet recalled that Kate Beckinsale is one of the celebrities who first wore an asymmetrical one-shoulder bikini before Jennifer Lopez and Britney Spears. The actress also went with a white shade, by the way.

As a result, the fans are currently debating who the bikini looks better on. Of course, there were differing viewpoints. Because only Jennifer had a professional photo shoot, this is mostly the result. But Kate and Britney merely posed for their social media sites.

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Spears, who sometimes buys inexpensive swimwear from Target, joked at the time that the bathing suit was quite pricey and looked like a costume.

Shay Mitchell, Kate Beckinsale, and former “Bachelorette” Michelle Young were all drawn to the same suit by its eye-catching appeal; Beckinsale even upped the drama level by donning it while strolling her cherished Persian cats near the pool.

The 77-year-old design genius Kamali has a history of developing swimwear that celebrities adore. Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift have both been spotted wearing Kamali’s other costumes.

Kamali is also famed for designing the red one-piece worn by Farrah Fawcett in her classic 1976 pinup poster; the suit is now housed in the Smithsonian.