Is it possible to get too much JLo content? No. The answer is no. That’s why it’s always a sublime treat when Jen and soon-to-be-hubby ARod post uber exclusive behind the scenes videos from all their exciting escapades. And it’s EXTRA exciting when those BTS videos feature Canada.
On Thursday, Jennifer posted a 17-minute video to her YouTube channel documenting her time at the Toronto International Film Festival this week where she wore several show-stopping outfits, killed it at the Hustlers premiere and then spent a day chatting to every outlet that would listen (including an exclusive chat with us that you can watch in-full Sept 13 as part of Hustlers All Access: an etalk special) about all the fantastic women who made the movie. We thought we were satisfied with all the pics, interviews and hype, but we were wrong. We needed this.
Jen wasn’t the only legendary celeb sending Toronto the love on TIFF Day 8. Kerry Washington landed in the 6ix for approximately 24 hours during which she sat for a conversation with TIFF Creative Director Cameron Bailey, premiered a film and hit the town. Plus, Priyanka Chopra prepped the city for her return and Bruce Springsteen worked a crowd of fans ahead of his directorial debut, Western Stars.
Check out all that and more highlights from TIFF Day 8.
JLo shared a full BTS look at her time in the 6ix during TIFF
Kerry in ConversationParticipating in TIFF’s “In Conversation With…” series, Kerry chatted with the festival's artistic director Cameron Bailey about her Broadway-play-turned-film American Son, women in the entertainment industry and how she infuses her art with social commentary. We bow down. Jemal Countess/Getty Images
Kerry’s *Moment*We looove a super extra photo-op and that’s exactly what Kerry did at the American Son premiere Thursday night. That Zuhair Murad skirt deserves a cascading-down-the-stairs moment and it got it. George Pimentel/Getty Images
Jeremy, Kerry and EugeneAfter the premiere, Kerry joined American Son co-stars Jeremy Jordan and Eugene Lee at the post-screening party at Momofuku noodle bar in Toronto. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Netflix
The Boss is hereThey weren’t the only ones with something to celebrate. The one and only Bruce Springsteen was in TO premiering his concert film Western Stars wherein he performs his latest album of the same name with a 30-piece orchestra. Springsteen greeted fans outside Roy Thomson Hall and signed everything from albums to denim jackets. George Pimentel/Getty Images
Hi there, HunnamAfter premiering The True History of the Kelly Gang the night before, Charlie Hunnam returned to the spotlight for a photocall for his other TIFF film, Jungleland. We’re not complaining. There’s no getting tired of that face. Sonia Recchia/Getty Images
Hometown GirlSarah Gadon was totally 100 per cent in her element premiering her film American Woman in her hometown of Toronto. The Canadian took countless photos with fans and radiated excitement in every selfie. GP Images/Getty Images
Priyanka’s returnPriyanka Chopra Jonas was in Toronto at the beginning of the week, but flew back to NYC briefly to make some Fashion Week appearances. In anticipation for her Friday return, Priyanka posted some photos of herself with fans from her earlier stint in the city. Priyanka will be premiering her new film The Sky is Pink Friday night. SMXRF/Star Max/GC Images