Jennifer Lopez fans spot ‘scary’ masked man in background of Instagram post

‘So are we not going to talk about the person behind her?’ wrote one commenter

Ellie Harrison
Wednesday 20 May 2020 12:09
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Shakira and Jennifer Lopez perform at Super Bowl half-time show

Jennifer Lopez’s Instagram followers have spotted what they believe to be a masked man in the background of one of her recent posts.

In the selfie, the singer and actor can be seen in sportswear in her home gym, but Instagram users were distracted by a small face that appears behind her.

Some followers said it looked like the man was wearing a mask, while others thought it appeared as though there was a hand covering his mouth.

“Who’s that guy tied up in the back??” joked one person.

“So are we not going to talk about the person behind her holding their mouth?” wrote another.

A third said: “The guy in the background is scary!”

“WTF who is that behind you looking REALLY scared with a mask on??” reads another comment.

Lopez has not yet responded to her mystified fans, but has been posting about having a "good week" and urging people to "hug the ones you love a little tighter and tell them how much you love them".

A small face appears in the background of singer's latest selfie

Lopez and her fiancé A-Rod were recently forced to put their wedding plans on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.

She can next be seen in the film Marry Me, about a pop singer who is jilted by her rock-star fiancé moments before their wedding.

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