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Jennifer Lopez Glitter-Bombed by Creepy Clown at LAX, Keeps on Walkin'

By    |   Thursday, 28 May 2015 10:01 AM

Jennifer Lopez got glitter-bombed by a creepy clown Tuesday at LAX Airport, but the surprise attack didn’t seem to faze the "American Idol" judge.

On the same day she showcased a shorter no 'do, Lopez was showered with confetti and glitter by prankster Richard Price, also known as Richie the Barber, according to the New York Daily News. The actress and singer simply brushed herself off and continued on her way.

This is not the first time the clown has been in the news. In 2014, Richie the Barber threw confetti on Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, prompting the reality stars to file battery charges against him, the Daily News noted.

After the ordeal Price took to social media to celebrate and claim responsibility for his actions.

 

I confettied J Lo at the L.A.X airport . E! news exclusive ..... I'm back baby !!!!! Clown Power !!!

A photo posted by Love Light Energy (@richiethebarber) on



Only a week ago, Lopez was featured on the cover of Us Weekly’s “Best Bodies” issue where she rocked a revealing cut-out bathing suit.

"I think a healthy body image comes from being the best you, not competing with anybody else," Lopez told the magazine. "You know, I'm not a 6-foot tall model . . . I'm not a size 2. I think it's about focusing on yourself and just trying to be the best you."



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