A first look at a design for a proposed George Lucas museum in San Francisco. There is also a proposal for a location in Los Angeles. Both are by Chinese architect Ma Yansong. (Lucas Museum of Narrative Art/TNS)

A first look at a design for a proposed George Lucas museum in San Francisco. There is also a proposal for a location in Los Angeles. Both are by Chinese architect Ma Yansong. (Lucas Museum of Narrative Art/TNS)

Scoop: J.Lo, Marc Anthony reunite in Miami in support of Hillary

It wasn’t a trick and to many, it was probably a treat, as Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony performed together in Miami over the Halloween weekend to support Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, according to E! News.

During their performance, the couple spoke to the fans gathered about the importance of voting.

“I’m here to support two women, that I trust my life with, that I trust my children with,” Anthony said.

And while it rained a bit late into the night Saturday, nearly 8,000 fans stayed to enjoy the show.

Lopez posted her appreciation on Instagram, saying, “Thank you Florida for coming out tonight … it was amazing!!”

The reunion was not that much of a surprise since E! News reported last month that the two will be working on Lopez’s upcoming Spanish language album.

“I am so excited and really looking forward to this new musical journey and to celebrate my Latin roots with Marc Anthony and the Sony/Magnus family,” Lopez said in a statement.

Kylie gets ‘Dirty’

Kylie Jenner, the 19-year-old E! reality television star, channeled Christina Aguilera’s 2002 “Dirty” era look for Halloween, according to E! News.

E! News reported that she “nailed” Aguilera’s look, “from the faux facial piercings to the dramatic beach blond and jet black tresses.”

Before heading out for the night, Jenner reportedly recreated Aguilera’s “Dirty” dance moves on Instagram.

Can I be XTINA forever ????????

A video posted by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Oct 30, 2016 at 3:06am PDT

Kylie was joined by her boyfriend Tyga and sisters Kendall Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian.

Lucas pitches museums

George Lucas is hoping the third time will be the charm for his proposed Museum of Narrative Art, which has already been the victim of community opposition in San Francisco and Chicago.

Actually, that’s not quite right: Lucas is hoping that the third or the fourth time will be the charm. He’s decided to bundle those efforts together, simultaneously unveiling two different museum designs this week for a pair of California sites.

One proposal is for a location on Treasure Island, in San Francisco Bay. The other is in Exposition Park in Los Angeles, near the Natural History Museum and just west of the Coliseum. Both are fluid, forward-looking designs from the office of 40-year-old Chinese architect Ma Yansong, a rising star who also worked with Lucas on his ill-fated proposal for the Chicago lakefront.

Happy birthday

Singer-actress Willow Smith is 16. … Guitarist Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance) is 35. … Guitarist Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys is 50. … Actor Rob Schneider is 52. … Drummer Mikkey Dee of Motorhead is 53. … Director Peter Jackson (“Lord of the Rings”) is 55. … Anchorman Dan Rather is 85. ChicagoChristina AquileraGeorge LucasHillary ClintonJ-LoJennifer LopezKylie JennerLos AngelesMarc AnthonyMiamimuseumSan Francisco

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