PORT TOWNSEND: Do you look like Jennifer Lopez?


Even if you don’t have “Enough” of what it takes to make it as an extra on Jennifer Lopez’s new movie, there is still a chance to be a star.

A Lopez-Look-Alike Contest will be held June 16 during the Wall of Sound Music Festival at the Amercian Legion Hall in Port Townsend.

Contestants will strut their stuff between sets by six local bands.

The all-ages show will start at 6:30 p.m., and a portion of proceeds will go to the Boiler Room, the largely teen-run cafe in Port Townsend.

“People make a big deal about Hollywood, and we thought we’d put a light hearted twist on it,” said Corey Inch, one of the organizers of the event and drummer in the band Wasufu, who is playing that night.

“It’s not going to be super serious,” he said. “But who knows? Maybe Ms. Lopez might even be there.”

Lopez will be in Port Townsend while “Enough” is filmed in June.

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