Jennifer Lopez has been named 2020 Pop Culture Innovator by Wall Street Journal.
WSJ magazine honored JLo’s long career in the entertainment industry by presenting with the Innovators Award for pop culture, which has been given for almost 10 years.
Singer Maluma, who collaborated on the soundtrack for the ‘Marry Me‘ movie with her, gave the award to Lopez during a virtual award night. While presenting the award, ‘Lonely’ singer praised the 51-years-old star for “paving the way for so many other Latin artists.” Maluma added that he is proud to present that award to a person like her, who has creativity and passion.
As for Lopez said the followings during her acceptance speech, which was released through social media channels after the show:
“Until the world is 100 percent perfect and completely fixed I will never be done. Every day I’m trying to be a better version of myself.”
The multi-hyphenate announced and celebrated the news by uploading the video including her speech. Along with the video, JLo added a lengthy caption to express how much she is thankful for that title. She wrote:
“I am humbled and honored to be named @wsjmag’s 2020 Pop Culture Innovator! For me, being innovative is where you can break outside of the box of what is expected.”
Then the highest-paid Latin actress in Hollywood added that she is trying her best and the thing that happened in the past 10 years is making excited her. She concluded her words as follows:
“I can’t wait for all that’s to come!!! #WSJinnovators ✨
WSJ Magazine honored Julianne Moore, Eddie Murphy, and Tyler in previous years, with the same award.
See below to view Lopez’s Instagram post.