Jennifer Lopez, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas Join 2020 Power of Women

Variety has announced two additional speakers to its virtual Power of Women summit, presented by Lifetime, taking place on Oct. 28 and 29. Jennifer Lopez, actor, singer and Nuyorican Productions CEO, and Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, president of Nuyorican Productions, will discuss their upcoming slate of film and television projects, including Universal Studios’ “Marry Me” with Owen Wilson and STX’s “The Godmother,” to be directed by Reed Moreno.

Previously announced panels include an exclusive first look at the upcoming season of “The Crown” with Gillian Anderson and Emma Corrin; a #Represent roundtable, which will center on Black women creators and feature Mara Brock Akil, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Rashida Jones, Lena Waithe and Yara Shahidi. Other keynote and panel speakers include Sia, Chelsea Peretti, Maya Erskine, Anna Konkle, the women of “Grey’s Anatomy, former Rep. Stacey Abrams, Jessica Chastain and more.

Nuyorican Productions remains one of the most successful production companies run by an actor. Some of the company’s credits that include NBC’s “World of Dance,” which just completed its fourth season, “Hustlers,” which earned over $100 million dollars at the box office, and Freeform’s “The Fosters,” which ran for more than 100 episodes. Lopez and Goldsmith-Thomas will discuss what it takes to run a female-led production company in the industry and how the landscape has changed for women in entertainment.

The summit is free to attend but requires registration at https://eventiquevirtual.com/powerofwomen.

In addition to Lifetime continuing as presenting partner, premier partners include iHeart Media and Providence St. Joseph’s Health. Cadillac is joining for the first time as an official partner with MGO CPA as a supporting partner of the virtual summit.

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Jennifer Lopez is chic in oversized cream blouse while shopping in LA



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She recently endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden as the next US president.

And Jennifer Lopez was seen enjoying the cooler temperatures in Los Angeles, California on Saturday, when she was spotted with her twins along with her fiance Alex Rodriguez’s daughters on a shopping trip on ritzy Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.

The Cell star, 51, cut a stylish figure for the shopping excursion, in a silken oversized cream blouse that she had buttoned all the way to the neck.  



a group of people standing next to a woman talking on a cell phone: Elegant: Jennifer Lopez was seen enjoying the cooler temperatures in Los Angeles on Saturday, when she was spotted with a posse of women on a shopping trip on ritzy Rodeo Drive


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Elegant: Jennifer Lopez was seen enjoying the cooler temperatures in Los Angeles on Saturday, when she was spotted with a posse of women on a shopping trip on ritzy Rodeo Drive

The lower buttons on Jlo’s shirt, however, were left open, giving just the slightest peek at her toned midriff.

The collar of her shirt had a metal ornament affixed to it.  

The actress-singer-dancer-producer wore elegant brown slacks, also in a size intentionally too large. 

On her feet were brown loafers. 



a group of people standing next to a woman: Formal amongst casual: The Cell star cut a stylish figure for the shopping excursion, in a silken oversized cream blouse that she had buttoned all the way to the neck


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Formal amongst casual: The Cell star cut a stylish figure for the shopping excursion, in a silken oversized cream blouse that she had buttoned all the way to the neck

Lopez completed her color-coordinated look with a petite taupe leather purse from Coach, decorated with a gold chain and doodles of buildings upon it.

Jennifer has been the global face of the Coach brand since late last year.

She pulled her pair back into a sleek high ponytail, and wore rounded sunshades.

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The performer wore a black floral face mask, and accessorized with large hoop earrings.  



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Stepping out: The actress-singer-dancer-producer wore elegant brown slacks, also in a size intentionally too large

She was seen with a group of women, two of whom were beau Alex Rodriguez’s daughters Natasha, 15, and Ella, 12. Jennifer’s own daughter Emme, also 12, was present as well.

The group stopped into the boutique Intermix, among other establishments.

The Wedding Planner actress was also snapped with her son Max, 12, as they left the Kitson store.   



a group of people standing on a sidewalk: Blended family: Jlo  was seen with beau Alex Rodriguez's daughters Natasha, 15, and Ella, 12, along with her own twins Emme and Max, also 12


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Blended family: Jlo  was seen with beau Alex Rodriguez’s daughters Natasha, 15, and Ella, 12, along with her own twins Emme and Max, also 12



a group of people walking down the street talking on a cell phone: Mom duty: The Wedding Planner actress was snapped with son Max as they left the Kitson store


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Mom duty: The Wedding Planner actress was snapped with son Max as they left the Kitson store

Max, along with twin sister Emme, are Jlo’s kids with her ex-husband Marc Anthony. 

The musician pair were married from 2004 to 2014, three years before Lopez started dating her Yankees fiance A-Rod.

As for Rodriguez, his two daughters are from his previous marriage to Cynthia Scurtis, to whom he was wed from 2002 until 2008. 



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Free fight: Lomachenko, Lopez to give boxing fans a gift

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Vasiliy Lomachenko celebrates defending his WBA/WBO lightweight titles on April 12, 2019 after knocking out Anthony Crolla, in Los Angeles. Lomachenko fights Teofimo Lopez on Saturday in Las Vegas, and boxing fans it for free. Damian Dovarganes/Associated Press

LAS VEGAS — In ordinary times, Vasiliy Lomachenko and Teofimo Lopez would be the fight of the fall, a lightweight title match about as compelling as it gets in the boxing world these days.

And in ordinary times people would have to cough up hundreds of dollars to sit at ringside or $74.99 to watch Saturday night’s fight on pay-per-view.

“It would probably be a big pay-per-view with 20,000 in the stands,” promoter Bob Arum said. “But the coronavirus has upset a lot of business and people are dying. We’ve got to be thankful for what we have.”

Boxing fans should be thankful, too. They’re getting a quality fight – and they’re getting it for free.

Instead of a big crowd, the only fans at the MGM Grand conference center will be a few hundred sponsors and first responders with special invites. And, instead of pay-per-view, the fight will be televised live on ESPN, guaranteeing a larger audience than a pay-per-view even if the money isn’t nearly the same.

“It could be the biggest possible audience for a boxing match that I can remember,” Arum said.

Those tuning in should be in for a treat in a fight with three different 135-pound titles at stake. Lomachenko is widely regarded as one of the top pound-for-pound fighters in the sport, while Lopez is an undefeated power puncher eager to make himself a household name.

There’s also some tension between the two fighters that goes back to a confrontation Lopez’s father had with Lomachenko in a hotel lobby two years ago when both were on the same card in New York. It was then that Lopez vowed to chase down a fight with Lomachenko, the masterful Ukrainian who won two Olympic gold medals.

“I don’t think about it being personal, I don’t have a problem with his family and this boy,’’ Lomachenko said. ”But we can check what’s better to prove things, in the ring or outside the ring.”

Both fighters will make less money than they might have made in pre-virus times to top a fight card that will fill ESPN’s Saturday night schedule. Both are risking future riches, too, in a fight that will show just how far the Brooklyn-born Lopez has come since losing in the 2016 Olympics while representing Honduras.

Lopez is 15-0 as a pro with 12 knockouts but is taking a big step up in class against Lomachenko, whose technical skills are widely praised around boxing.

“This is the part where I’m leading the new generation,” the 23-year-old Lopez said. “Winning this is a stamp and a mark to put on for the new era. Get your popcorn ready and just enjoy the show.”

While Lopez is relatively inexperienced as a pro he holds a portion of the

Lomachenko, Lopez to give boxing fans a gift: free fight

LAS VEGAS (AP) — In ordinary times, Vasiliy Lomachenko and Teofimo Lopez would be the fight of the fall, a lightweight title match about as compelling as it gets in the boxing world these days.

And in ordinary times people would have to cough up hundreds of dollars to sit at ringside or $74.99 to watch it on pay-per-view.

“It would probably be a big pay-per-view with 20,000 in the stands,” promoter Bob Arum said. “But the coronavirus has upset a lot of business and people are dying. We’ve got to be thankful for what we have.”

Boxing fans should be thankful, too. They’re getting a quality fight — and they’re getting it for free.


Instead of a big crowd, the only fans at the MGM Grand conference center will be a few hundred sponsors and first responders with special invites. And, instead of pay-per-view, the fight will be televised live on ESPN, guaranteeing a larger audience than a pay-per-view even if the money isn’t nearly the same.

“It could be the biggest possible audience for a boxing match that I can remember,” Arum said.

Those tuning in should be in for a treat in a fight with three different 135-pound titles at stake. Lomachenko is widely regarded as one of the top pound-for-pound fighters in the sport, while Lopez is an undefeated power puncher eager to make himself a household name.

There’s also some tension between the two fighters that goes back to a confrontation Lopez’s father had with Lomachenko in a hotel lobby two years ago when both were on the same card in New York. It was then that Lopez vowed to chase down a fight with Lomachenko, the masterful Ukrainian who won two Olympic gold medals.

“I don’t think about it being personal, I don’t have a problem with his family and this boy,’’ Lomachenko said. ”But we can check what’s better to prove things, in the ring or outside the ring.”

Both fighters will make less money than they might have made in pre-virus times to top a fight card that will fill ESPN’s Saturday night schedule. Both are risking future riches, too, in a fight that will show just how far the Brooklyn-born Lopez has come since losing in the 2016 Olympics while representing Honduras.

Lopez is 15-0 as a pro with 12 knockouts but is taking a big step up in class against Lomachenko, whose technical skills are widely praised around boxing.

“This is the part where I’m leading the new generation,” the 23-year-old Lopez said. “Winning this is a stamp and a mark to put on for the new era. Get your popcorn ready and just enjoy the show.”

While Lopez is relatively inexperienced as a pro he holds a portion of the 135-pound title and hasn’t lost since dropping a decision in the Rio Olympics. He’s known as an emotional fighter who possesses both quickness and power and, like Lomachenko, is trained by his father.

But he will be facing off