The Style section of The New York Times published a curious article about the second life of Jennifer Lopez. Her career started with the Fly Girls and made it to the media saturation point; she was making music, starring in movies, had a successful perfume, a clothing line, and was one half of the super-couple Bennifer.

After a few misses, like the┬ástink bomb Gigli, and some time out of the spotlight, the article says J. Lo is back. Yippee and hooray. But strangely, the article frames her comeback as a construct; she’s back in a way that’s palatable, but a little tenuous.

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