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Jennifer Lopez , Hustlers: This Is How JLo Felt About The Oscar Nomination Snub


David Mudd

We admit that we all loved Jennifer Lopez in ‘The Hustlers’. But, unfortunately, the movie did not get its entry into the Oscar nomination.

The 50-year-old earned well reviews for her presentation as stripper Ramona in the movie a year ago, with industry figures anticipating she’d land the pined for the gesture.

She lamented over the fact for not getting an Oscar nomination for her performance. She said she felt like – she’d ‘let everybody down’.

About The Movie 

Filling in as a stripper for a living, Destiny’s life changes perpetually when she becomes companions with Ramona. She is the club’s top cash worker at the club.

Ramona before long tells Destiny the best way to finagle her way around the affluent Wall Street customers who visit the club. However, when the 2008 financial breakdown soon cuts into their benefits. The ladies who are now two different artists devise a challenging plan to end their lives back.

How JLo Felt About The Oscar Nomination Snub

Jlo was recently attending the Oprah Winfrey’s 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus tour, the “Hustlers”.

She expressed her emotions about the Nomination Snub at the Forum during a featured chat with Winfrey. “I was sad,” she exclaimed. “I was a little sad because there was a lot of buildup to it.” She also said that a lot of people assured her that she would definitely get a nomination in the Academy Awards.

“It’s going to happen. And I’m reading all the articles, and I’m like, ‘Oh, my God. Could this happen?’ And then it didn’t.”

Although, Lopes’s movie ‘Hustlers’ did find its way to the nominations of other awards like Golden Globe nod. But, she also grabbed the best-supporting actress, at the Hollywood Critics Association Awards and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards.

Apart from all this, she is still disappointed over the fact that ‘Hustlers’ became an Oscar Nomination Snub.

“And you want people’s validation,” she said. “You want people to say you did a good job, and I realized, ‘No, you don’t need that”. Lopez said while talking to Oprah Winfrey.