You Decide: Is J. Lo's Bubble Dress a Hit or a Miss?

11/02/2006 at 02:08 PM ET

Jennifer Lopez is one star who is not afraid to take fashion risks — remember that plunging Versace at the 2000 Grammys? — and last night was no exception. With husband Marc Anthony by her side, J. Lo stole the spotlight at a Latin Grammy event in her red-hot Alex Perry bubble-skirted mini dress and major Lorraine Schwartz jewelry (don’t miss the blinged-out heels too). She’s definitely got the legs for this micro-mini and the strapless neckline sets off her flawless hair and makeup (no more mistakes there!). It’s what’s in between that we can’t decide on. Tell us what you think: Is J. Lo’s bubble dress a Hit or a Miss?

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Amy on

Her stylist must have taken the day off

Dee on

It looks like someone popped all her bubbles….

Shersey on

Jennifer looks amazing. She is a very beautiful women. She looks great in the red color but the dress looks like the topping on one of the toothpicks they stick in clubhouse sandwiches.

Maria on

She looks like a big, round, Christmas ornament.

Robin on

Her dress is fun. She’s looks great. What more can you ask of a celebrity?

melly on

Looks like she raided Dakota Fanning’s closet.Wait,that would be an insult to Dakota.JLo is beautiful and has a great sense of style,but this dress is a big boo-boo.

Ana V on

The dress is absolutely UGLY! It’s not glamourous, it’s not classy, it looks like a prom dress from a prom that went really bad. But I love the color and it suits her skin tone, her makeup is well done (this time) so I guess it’s better than the green dress/chocolate hair/nude lips disaster.

brian birchall on

I would wear this dress. some may think its a bit much

Yael on

gah! it’s bubble dress gone bad! i am not a fan of bubble dresses but the color of her dress is fine. i feel though that if it had been a little longer (knee-length perhaps?) then the dress would have come off better.

Kathy on

Hey JLO – the 1980’s called, they want their bubble dress back!!!!!!!!! Dear GOD does this woman not own a mirror? Does nobody have the cajones to tell her she looks absolutely ridiculous?? I don’t give a flip if she has the body to wear a micro-mini, she’s too damn OLD to wear one. Have some class, I know it’s in there somewhere. And that HARSH pulled back, tight as a librarian bun – gimme a break! The color and the bling are great, but other than that, she looks like a librarian tramp!!! And believe it or not, I actually kinda like her!

And regarding the posts about Latinas and black women having curves and being accepted – I don’t think the original poster was being racist at ALL – I think she was questioning why white women feel compelled to be toothpicks when CLEARLY women with curves are not only accepted, they are admired and loved in part FOR their curves. Scarlett Johannsen being a rare exception in the “white” world. I’d take hers or JLO’s body ANY day of the week over Nicole Richie, Keira Knightley and all the other 20’somethings (and older!) who are starving themselves into ugly, grotesque skeletons!

People need to stop reading racism into things where racism isn’t present.

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