American actress and singer, Jennifer Lopez, and her ex-husband, Marc Anthony, performed at a concert in Florida in support of Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton as the FBI obtained warrant to go through a total of 650,000 new e-mails, which may be connected to the Clinton e-mail private server probe.
48-year-old Marc Anthony was dressed in grey jeans, a white T-shirt and a black blazer as he clutched Hillary’s hand and urged the crowd to vote for her.
The concert capped a day of campaigning in Florida for the Democrat nominee, who looked delighted as she waved to the crowd.
The 47-year-old singer teamed the skimpy garment with a pair of black thigh-high boots and a red cape as she belted out hits such as Let’s Get Loud and On the Floor.
The mother-of-two later changed into a plunging black number as she invited Hillary onto the stage.
Donald Trump fired up his supporters at a rally in New Hampshire yesterday with a vow that “justice can at last be delivered” with regard to Hillary’s emails – despite the FBI not putting any timeline on the new inquiry.
“Are we going to let Donald Trump get away with that? You’re right. We’re not,” she said as she addressed the crowd at the concert last night. “No matter what they throw at us, we don’t back down. Not now. Not ever.
“We just heard Jennifer perform Let’s Get Loud, well I say let’s get loud at the voting booth,” the former secretary of state continued.
“Don’t wait another day to vote and lets get loud by knocking on doors, making calls, take out your phones. Because if we turn out, we win!”
Jennifer was said to be gushing about the onetime First Lady, saying: “We are at a crossroads where we have to get it right for the future. We have the perfect person to take us there.”
The Maid in Manhattan actress had issued a issued a press release before the concert, talking up the forthcoming election as “one of the most important in our lifetime”.