They might be co-stars in the new Hustlers film, however it seems that Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu’s relationship goes manner again… Constance used to do impressions of JLo at a vacation park when she was a teenager.
Constance – who performs Destiny in the new film about strippers fleecing their high-roller clients – revealed that she used to have to sing Jennifer’s songs throughout her job at the theme park.
She defined: ‘When I used to be 16 I labored at a little theme park known as Paramount Kings Dominion and I used to be on certainly one of their stage exhibits known as Pop 40 the place we sang all the hits.
‘That was my summer job and one of the songs was a JLo song. I was actually the lead singer on Waiting For Tonight,’ she advised The Late Late Show’s James Corden.
When he requested whether or not she nonetheless remembered the lyrics, she added: ‘Oh I remember the choreography! I’ll do it however the dances had been modified for somebody who doesn’t dance.’
She proceeded to sing the observe and let’s simply say… it was interesting.
While she might not have the vocals to rival JLo, she positively has the performing expertise to complement her as the pair play unlikely buddies in Hustlers..
The film sees Jennifer’s character, Ramona, take Destiny underneath her wing and finally embrace her in a rip-off that sees them drugging males and charging hundreds to their bank cards in the strip membership.
The movie was launched to glowing opinions, and Jennifer has even been tipped for an Oscar for her position as the powerful matriarch of the membership.
Hustlers’ director Lorene Scafaria additionally rubbished claims Jennifer and Constance didn’t get on, explaining to Buzzfeed: ‘Honestly when I heard about it, it was such an insult to my set, because I don’t run issues like that.
‘I like to work with actors of every kind who want various things, however everyone bought alongside so nice on this.
‘Jennifer and Constance really did have that chemistry and that relationship right away. It’s sort of arduous to faux that, to be trustworthy.’
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