Jennifer Lopez Fake Fiat

November 23, 2011 by staff 

Jennifer Lopez Fake Fiat, Jennifer Lopez boasts in a new ad for Fiat that while others see the Bronx as just “streets,” she sees her hometown as “a playground.”

But the Bronx is a playground she couldn’t find time to visit to shoot the ad — so it faked her return to the old neighborhood, The Smoking Gun reports.

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The site reports in a scathing report that a body double filled in for “Jenny from the block” during location shooting in the Bronx, New York City’s poorest borough, while Lopez was filmed inside a Fiat 500 in Los Angeles.

That kind of fakery is typical in all productions, where a certain amount of sleight of hand is to be expected in the service of budgeting and timing. But it’s ironic in the Bronx ad, in which Lopez — whose songs include “I’m Real” — lords her supposed street credibility over viewers.

“This is my world. This place inspires me,” Lopez says in a voiceover. “To be tougher, to stay sharper, to think faster.”

“They may be just streets to you,” she adds. “But to me they’re a playground.”

Fiat was far from forthcoming about the deception, saying in a press release that the ad features Lopez “driving a Fiat 500 Cabrio as she travels through the streets of Manhattan to the Bronx where she grew up.”

Representatives for Lopez and Chrysler, which produces the Fiat, did not immediately respond to requests for comment Wednesday.

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