She just wrapped her 10-day 'no sugar, no carb' diet.
And Jennifer Lopez celebrated the milestone with a delicious feast as she posted pics on her Instagram account on Thursday.
The 49-year-old stunner shared a snap of a dinner table filled to the brim with mouthwatering entrees as she captioned it: 'Worth the wait!'
And her beau Alex Rodriguez - who was also adhering to the dietary restrictions - shared a snap of a smorgasbord of delights such as pizza and chicken wings.
He captioned the hunger-inducing photo: 'How did you break the #10daychallenge?'
The baseball legend revealed how difficult the challenge was during an interview with USA Today.
He said the 10 days diet challenge was 'awful'; earlier he had said on social media that he could not wait to dig into a pizza and chicken wings when she was done.
The entrepreneur also discussed how Lopez is a role model.
He said the Boy Next Door actress has shown women that they don't need to be 'stuck in a box.'
Alex told the site that she 'just destroyed' the word 'no' because she has turned 'can't into can' and has fought back against being pigeonholed in her career as seen in her film Second Act.
'When you think about this movie [Second Act], it resembles what we don't want. We don't want people to think of us in a limited way,' said the father of two.
'We do not want to be stuck in a small box and for someone to say, you can't do this because you're not good enough or for whatever reasons.
'The way that Jennifer has just destroyed the word no or can't or small box. This movie talks a lot about that.'
Meanwhile, Jennifer previously insisted she is still 'just a girl from the Bronx', despite her three-decade spanning showbiz career.
She said: 'It's like if you're from Italy. Just because you don't live in Italy any more, you're still Italian.
'It's the same thing for me, being from the Bronx. Even though I've travelled the world and I live in Los Angeles now, I'm still just a girl from the Bronx.'
And the actress says she only recently found the confidence in herself.
She shared: 'I feel like I have only just got comfortable and am finally confident in who I am and what I do.
'I really wish I would have found this confidence in my early thirties, but it took me a long time to get there. I'm still a work in progress, by the way. But I do now feel that this is not a mistake, it's not a fluke - this is what I do and I'm good at it.'
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