Just call her Jenny from the frozen foods block!
Not content with conquering music, film, TV and fashion, Jennifer Lopez has now set her sights on the food industry.
The collection is entitled Tiller & Hatch Supply Co. and features eight restaurant-quality dishes, with each serving clocking in at less than $3. In addition, none of the meals contain any artificial flavors, colors, or added MSG, and the meats have no added antibiotics or hormones.
A portion of the proceeds will also go towards shelters and various hunger-fighting charities.
"This is an option we wish had been available to our families growing up," Rodriguez said in a statement.
“This partnership offers us the opportunity to provide affordable and nutritious meals to families across America while making significant charitable contributions to shelters and food-based charities across the country."
The meals will be available at Walmart stores nationwide and also as a subscription service, with a family of four able to eat for just $12 total.
While eating healthy is one way Lopez stays fit, over the weekend the 50-year-old shared a photo of her six-pack abs after a rigorous sweaty gym workout.
"Sweaty SoLful Sunday’s... @niyamasol #fallishere," the pop diva captioned the pic while rocking a yellow crop top and matching tights from the sportswear brand.
Coincidentally, Lopez is a spokesperson for Niyama Sol and has her own line of leggings and sports bras with the company.
While we all can’t look like J.Lo, at least we can now eat and dress like her, right?