Jennifer Lopez is said to be suffering from severe hair loss to the point where she may be going bald.
According to a source, Lopez had no choice but to use harsh hair products to look good because she has been in the industry for several years.
However, now that she’s in her 50s, this has finally taken its toll on her hair and scalp. And there are some indications that she may be going bald.
The insider said:
“Losing her hair is J.Lo’s worst nightmare. But if she really wants to make sure she hangs on to the hair she has, she also needs to stop pulling her hair back in tight top-knots and using hair extensions.”
To try to make their story about Lopez going bald more credible, the tabloid published a throwback photo of the actress applying hair products.
However, this is insufficient to establish anything. Worse, the photograph of Lopez shows her with her thick hair. So there’s no evidence that she’s going bald.
The mother of two has also made public appearances in recent weeks, and there is no evidence that she is losing her hair. Lopez’s hair is still thick and healthy to this day.
Meanwhile, the Hustlers star made headlines this week after it was revealed that she and Affleck would marry on Saturday in Georgia. The couple invited family and friends to join them for a three-day celebration.
And photos of Damon and his wife arriving in Georgia demonstrated that he is not at odds with Affleck or Lopez.
However, the couple’s upcoming wedding made headlines as well, with reports that Affleck’s mother collapsed ahead of the ceremony, necessitating the dispatch of an ambulance. Christine Boldt was immediately taken to the hospital.
It’s unclear whether Boldt’s accident will have an impact on Lopez and Affleck’s wedding plans. However, they may have to postpone their wedding for a couple of hours until Boldt returns to the actor’s estate.
For the time being, there is no word on whether the couple’s wedding plans will change. And it appears that everything will go as planned because Lopez and Affleck have been looking forward to the day when they can say their “I do’s” in front of their loved ones.