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It's become abundantly clear that JLo can't do wrong when it comes to fashion.

The actress hit New York City yesterday in a sheer floral top -- showing off her nude bra -- and cream high waisted, wide leg pants. The queen of fashion managed to simultaneously pull off flirty and edgy.

The media mogul has been named CCO at NuvoTV -- an English-language cable network targeting U.S. Latinos. She already had a business stake in the network.

She spoke during yesterday's upfront presentation in New York where the network revealed next year's TV lineup. Jennifer has ties to several of the station's shows, including a biography special and a reality show about the backup dancers on her world tour. We bet her boyfriend Casper is overjoyed.

"Latinos are a force in this country," she told advertisers yesterday. "We are an engine for growth — we have huge economic power and unprecedented political and cultural influence and it's time for television to reflect who the modern Latino actually is — not who we are believed to be, not who we may have been, but who we are now."

We love JLo's look, but we wish she had kept on the structured black jacket she sported earlier that day during the presentation. She definitely looked sexy, but the outfit was far from professional.

The former American Idol judge will perform tonight during the season 12 finale. She will debut her new single "Live It Up" from her eighth album, which is distributed by Capitol Music with which she recently signed an expensive new record deal.

The FOX network is eager for her to return as a judge next season, but Jennifer hasn't made a final decision yet. In fact, rumors swirled recently that the network wanted to replace current judge Mariah Carey with Jennifer midseason in a desperate attempt to shake up the show.

"I loved doing the show," she told USA Today. "I've said that over and over. If it came down to it and things were right and it worked out right -- we have a lot going on right now. ... For an offer to come in and for me to consider it, I would have to sit down and look at my next year."

We'll keep our fingers crossed.