Celebrity What Is J.Lo's Net Worth? By Caroline Shannon Karasik Caroline Shannon Karasik Instagram Twitter Caroline Shannon Karasik is an instructor at Catapult and an MFA candidate in Antioch University's creative writing program. Her work has appeared in InStyle, The Cut, Narratively, Catapult, Vice, Women's Health, among others and she is currently at work on a memoir. She lives in Pittsburgh with her husband, daughter, and five adopted cats. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on December 27, 2018 @ 10:30AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images In case you’ve missed it, Jennifer Lopez is kind of killing it lately. There’s the release of her latest album, Limitless; her role as co-creator on World Of Dance; and the launch of her makeup collection with Inglot. As if that’s not enough, she’s also starring in a new film, Second Act, out in theaters Dec. 21. According to Forbes, the former Fly Girl raked in $47 million as of July 2018, a 24 percent year-over-year increase. The publication claims that J.Lo’s the 53rd highest-paid celebrity in the world. But what is Jennifer Lopez’s net worth? Celebrity Net Worth reports Lopez has a net worth of $400 million, the result of her long career and triple-threat status as an actress, singer, and dancer. GoBankingRates got a bit more exact with the figure, stating that Lopez is worth about $380 million. Lopez, 50, is also a fashion designer (she has a clothing line, The Jennifer Lopez Collection, at Kohl’s) and had a recurring gig as a judge on American Idol. Following the launch of her makeup collection, Lopez told InStyle in October that she will also launch her own skincare line. “When I first started,” she said, “it was always a matter of ‘Am I good? Am I good enough? Do I need to be better? What can I do to be better?’ Now I know I’m really good at this. So I just want to do it.” Lopez recently spent more than $15 million on a new New York City apartment with boyfriend Alex Rodriguez. In 2017, the actress listed her $27 million New York City penthouse (which she had purchased three years prior for $22 million) as well as a $10 million house in Hidden Hills, California (where she had once lived with ex Marc Anthony). Lopez also owns a house in the Hamptons that she reportedly purchased for $10 million in 2013, and a massive house in Bel-Air that she purchased for $28 million in 2016. John Shearer/AMA2018/Getty Images Lopez says part of the challenge of being a multi-hyphenate performer is that many people don’t take you seriously. “I’m not going to let anyone put me in a box or define me because I decided to do TV and produce for a few years, or because I decided to do Vegas," The Wedding Planner star told USA Today. "I forge my own path. I go where my heart takes me and where I feel like the best, most authentic place for me to be is." Lopez says part of that work involves her willingness to constantly self-reflect. “Everybody has flaws, and the people I want in my life are the people who recognize that and are willing to work on those flaws,” Lopez says. “It’s super-important: someone who’s willing to look at themselves and say, ‘OK, I’m not great here’ or ‘I could do better there.’” As for Second Act, which Lopez also co-produced, the star told InStyle her character is “soooo me”: a woman from the outer-boroughs with no connections and no college degree who suddenly finds herself across the river in Manhattan, navigating a world of glamour, power, and Madison Avenue shopping sprees. Co-star Milo Ventimiglia of This Is Us fame told People of Lopez, “She’s a creative mogul and a great artist. To have her put her confidence in me as an actor, I was really grateful.” Her other co-star (and real life BFF) Leah Remini had more to say on her experience working with Lopez. On Good Morning America, the "King of Queens" star said of J.Lo: "She was so loving and supportive. We had a great time making this movie." Sounds like Lopez is still the “Jenny from the Block” we’ve always known and loved.