The 90-minute documentary “Halftime” by Jennifer Lopez is now out there to stream, and it has captivated audiences worldwide, together with Khloe Kardashian.

The founding father of Good American shared a number of clips from the movie on her Instagram story on Wednesday, tagging JLo and utilizing the hashtag #Halftime.

It’s not stunning that Khloe was moved by the movie, provided that JLo has beforehand said that she is her curvy rolemodel. The slender In 2017, Kardashian spoke out about her battle to discover a curvy rework.

“When I used to be youthful, the look was heroin stylish, all of us liked Kate Moss.” According to Harper’s Bazaar, Kardashian stated on the launch of her Good American clothes line at Bloomingdales, ” I feel Kate Moss is fabulous, however that is by no means one thing I may’ve been.”

“When I used to be youthful I used to be rounder and chubbier. I assumed, ‘who can I lookup to?’ I liked Victoria’s Secret fashions, not that I wished to be one, however they’d larger breasts and a bit of curve.” Until Jennifer Lopez rose to stardom and took over each media outlet. “Then J.Lo got here round and … she’s the oracle. I completely appeared up to her.”

A very long time inspiration for Kardashian

This is not the primary time the 37-year-old has praised the musician. She instructed Entertainment Tonight in 2018 that she appeared up to JLo when it got here to ageing gracefully like positive wine.

“If J.Lo can do it, I can do it as effectively,” she instructed the outlet, “That’s ok for me! I examine her when she provides an interview. I’m like, ‘I gotta learn it — what are her magnificence suggestions?’ Cause have a look at that lady,” she continued.

If there’s one factor Koko discovered from her time spent with JLo, it is a sleeping magnificence trick. To keep away from neck wrinkles, the fact star claims to sleep surrounded by pillows. “I used to be all the time like, ‘What the hell are these strains on the facet of my neck? I’m too younger for this. What is that this?’ And I used to be like, ‘Are they [from] ageing?'” she mused. “Aging [lines are] up and down. When there’s strains on the facet of your neck, it is from facet sleeping,” she defined to the outlet.

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