Jennifer Lopez's ex boyfriend and current partner are both loving her stunning Instagram picture

Jennifer Lopez's ex boyfriend and current partner are both loving her stunning Instagram picture

Jennifer Lopez's ex-boyfriend P-Diddy, and her current squeeze Alex Rodriguez, both seem to be pretty enamoured by her slim figure, and eagle-eyed fans have picked up on their thirsty comments.

It all began when Lopez decided to start doing the 10-Day Challenge; a new health trend in which participants are encouraged to ditch high-carb and high-sugar foods, such as potatoes, pasta, rice, sugar, caffeine, and milk, for a whole 10 days in a bid to shed a few pounds.

Yesterday, on the ninth day of her self-imposed diet plan, J-Lo took to Instagram to post a picture of herself wearing a sports bra, leggings, and beanie hat, with her abs prominently on display. She captioned the post: "Day 9 and feelin’... like I can’t wait for Day 10. ? Who’s still with us?"

Although she tagged Rodriguez in the post, the Instagram page 'Comments By Celebrities' noticed that P-Diddy had commented: "OMG" along with the heart-eye emoji. Seems as though he still appreciates Jennifer's good looks.

This isn't the first time P-Diddy has made his admiration of J-Lo public. In an interview with Access Hollywood after the release of her music video Booty, he stated that he thought that Jennifer's derrière is: "A work of art. It's something that will go down in history. No disrespect, Kanye and Kim, but that thing right there is something special."

The singer doesn't seem to mind, however, and has made it clear that the two are still just friends.

In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, she opened up about how her divorce from her Marc Anthony gave her an epiphany, stating: "I realized that the only person who could guide me out of it was myself, and I had work to do and I had to make myself happy and figure myself out. That was a big turning point in my life.

"You get a new perspective and gratitude and you grow into somebody who realizes that your mistakes are not what define you. What defines you is what you do after your mistakes and how you learn what is meant to be learned from those moments."

She added, "Everybody has the same feelings where you feel lost at some point in your life and think, ‘What am I doing? Is there more? Should I dream bigger? Can I start now? Is it too late?’ ... Because it really does make you feel like the only person stopping you from anything in your life is you. And you really have that power to make your life whatever you want it to be."

Wow; couldn't have put it better myself J-Lo. That really is some sound advice; just what we all need in the midst of diet season, as we all hit the salad bar and the treadmill!