If you have scrolled through your Instagram timeline, you must have seen how some celebrities are flooding the feed with their black and white photos and just FYI, all of them are simply gorgeous. For the unversed, this viral challenge is to build positivity and support women empowerment. Several celebs have taken part in the challenge and are sharing their filtered photographs while simply captioning it as 'Challenge accepted.' Well, the latest people to participate in the viral challenge are the two hottest Hollywood actresses – Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lopez who took to their respective Instagram accounts and shared hot and gorgeous photos of themselves while supporting women empowerment.
JLo shared a close up monochrome picture of herself and backed it with, "#ChallengeAccepted. Thank you @vanessabryant, @egt239 and @marielhaenn for nominating me. When women support each other incredible things happen! #WomenSupportingWomen" While the FRIENDS star also accepted the challenge and penned a beautiful note which read, "Thank you to all the brilliant and beautiful women in my life who sent the most uplifting messages today. Truth be told, I don’t really understand this #challengeaccepted thing…but who doesn't love good reason to support women! Soooo…. challenge accepted!"
Aniston's note also mentioned the other reason to support women is by registering to vote for the issues that affect them.
"And while I have you here, maybe the best way we can support other women is to REGISTER TO VOTE for the issues that affect women. Encourage all your friends, girlfriends, sisters, moms, daughters to do the same. The election is right around the corner, and we need to look out for each other AND love each other!" her note concluded. ALSO READ: Malaika Arora, Sara Ali Khan, Ananya Pandey; 10 Celebs Who Took The Black And White Challenge And Nailed It
Image source: Instagram/ jlo/ jenniferaniston
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