Jennifer Lopez makes a $1m donation to Puerto Rico


Jennifer Lopez makes a $1m donation to Puerto Rico

She accessorized the look with hoop earrings and full evening makeup.

Likewise, she and Anthony, 49, are tying up to mobilise more than 30 athletes and artists to get aid to the Caribbean and Mexico in the fastest way possible. Think: organic food for every meal, snack and everything in between, with plenty of protein, fruits and veggies for a super nutrient-rich diet. "Everything is fresh. There's nothing processed - just [protein powder] in a shake if we do a protein shake one day".

"We know how much destruction has been done and how hard it is going to be to rebuild Puerto Rico", Mr Cuomo said. "Hurricane Maria has devastated our island".

"This was the strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in almost 20 years and the damage is frightful", she told a news conference with NY governor Andrew Cuomo.

She added: "Alex Rodriguez and I, who are both New Yorkers, are using all our resources and relationships in entertainment, sports and business to garner support for Puerto Rico and the Caribbean", she said, speaking first in Spanish and then in English.

Lopez said she was working with Mark Cuban and Dallas Mavericks Puerto Rican player J.J Barea, who have two plans filled with aid and power generators ready to fly to the island. "The devastation is beyond belief".

On Friday, Lopez took to Instagram revealing she has not heard from her relatives who live on the island. Lopez is also working with her ex-husband Marc Anthony to help mobilize more than 30 athletes and artists to provide aid to the Caribbean area and Mexico, where a deadly quake hit Mexico City this week.

"This was the strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in almost 20 years and the damage is disgusting", Lopez told a news conference with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. "Today, Puerto Rico needs our help".