Sunday, July 3, 2016

Jennifer Lopez Takes Adorable Selfies With Lin-Manuel Miranda and BFF Leah Remini

 

Does Jennifer Lopez have the coolest friends or what?

The 46-year-old actress-singer shared a makeup-free photo from her hang session with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda on Thursday. The Broadway star flashed the peace sign as Lopez took the snap, though judging from his laptop and all those papers on the table in front of him, there was some work going on here!

J. Lo captioned the Instagram post with three hashtags, including one that referenced his 2016 Tony Awards speech and "Love Is Love" t-shirts, with proceeds going towards Orlando victims and the LGBT community via the non-profit, Equality Cares in Florida. "#loveisloveisloveisloveisloveislove #LoveMaketheWorldGoRound. #JLin," she wrote.



Fingers crossed that this means we're getting a J. Lo-Miranda collaboration soon!

Later that night, the mom-of-two continued to keep her look casual when she went out to dinner with her BFF, Leah Remini, in New York City. Lopez swept her hair up into a topknot and rocked a black tank top and gold hoop earrings for the girls night out, while the King of Queens star opted for a girly white blouse with lace detailing at the neck.

"My dinner date for tonight-my girlie @jlo," Remini, 46, captioned their cute Instagram.


The New York natives have been friends for many years, with Lopez coming to Remini's defense after her pal’s very publicized split from the Church of Scientology. During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in March 2014, the "Ain't Your Mama" singer told the talk show host, "It was a tough moment for her. You know what I mean? It's all she knew her whole life. When you're raised a certain way and you're around people, you know, for a long time, you know, whatever that is it's gonna be hard so… we're good friends."

Just one month earlier, Remini told Buzzfeed that Lopez had given her a shoulder to lean on following her split from the controversial religion. "Jennifer made special rings for all the women in her life that say, 'I Love Me,' and I've really come to realize you have to love yourself before you can expect someone else to," she said. "You have to learn to believe you deserve love. And I'm getting there. I'm starting to believe it."

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Jennifer Lopez glows at Beautiful musical after Ben Affleck blames her for career low

Ben Affleck again blamed Jennifer Lopez for his career low a decade ago when stopping by HBO's Any Given Wednesday With Bill Simmons this week.

But on Saturday evening the 46-year-old stunner looked far from ruffled as she attended Beautiful: The Carole King musical in New York City.

The Shades Of Blue actress glowed in a topknot and dark red lipstick.


Lopez had on a low-cut white shirt that showed off her tanned decolletage and some very fitted blue jeans.

A fringed beige jacket in suede gave her a Country & Western vibe as did blue platform heels.

Tinted aviators added a cool factor as did large diamond stud earrings.


The star looked impressively refreshed after a long week of shooting her NBC hit Shades Of Blue in Manhattan.

It is not known if Jenny From The Block went to the musical alone or with beau Casper Smart.

When on the HBO show Ben revealed that 'wife' Jennifer Garner helped him to get his career back on track by directing such films as The Town and Argo after a dismal few years following his split from Lopez.

By using that term, Ben is perhaps fueling speculation that he and Jennifer are back together.

Ben and Garner seemed closer than ever in May as they enjoyed a family vacation in Paris with their three children, Violet, 10, Seraphina, seven, and Samuel, four.

The couple was even seen kissing in the hotel bar, an eyewitness told DailyMail.com.

Their divorce is expected to be final this summer, according to People.com.

Jennifer is playing it cool. 'She seems adamant about going through with it. She denies that she is back with Ben. She actually almost laughs when asked,' an insider said.

Ben's intentions were clearly heartfelt as he described how Jennifer supported him during his career lows.

'My wife was really instrumental and helpful in me doing a lot of that work because I was just so focused [on it] and it was harder to balance family and all that.'

During his relationship with Jennifer Lopez in the early 2000s, Ben was basically a joke in the eyes of his peers and public.

The actor described the backlash his relationship with Lopez had on his career and his psyche during his interview, teling Simmons, 'I wasn't cool and I wasn't talented.'

Ben and J.Lo were the golden couple that everyone couldn't get enough of, he the handsome actor, she the glamorous pop star.

Things just didn't seem right, even in Ben's estimation, and after they called quits on their engagement in 2004, after two years together, he found himself at a miserable low.

'If you went by what people said... I wasn't cool and I wasn't talented,' Ben recalled. 'I was, like, the lowest rung of cool and talented that you could possibly be in the public consciousness at that time.

'I had broken up with Jennifer Lopez and I had, like, three or four movies in a row that had bombed.'

Gigli and Jersey Girl were, and still are, considered box office bombs.

The curse of 'Bennifer' trailed Affleck for a spell, but just when he thought it couldn't get worse comedian Robert Wuhl used him as a sort of human dartboard in his comedy act that was shown on board United Airlines flights.

'So that guy had to look around and go, "Who's below me that I can sh*t on?" And he picked me,' Ben said of the New Jersey-born comic.

'He did a whole bit about me that I saw on United Airlines and I [thought], "This is it, it really doesn't get much worse than this."'

Ben continued: 'That was where I found myself when I thought, "Hey, I want to take up directing, which is for people that are taken seriously." That became my mantra - "I'm just going to work harder than everybody else."'


The other Jennifer - Ben's Daredevil co-star Jennifer Garner - walked into his life and a resurgence was born.

Affleck has had critical and box office success with movies such as The Town and Argo, and the actor-director credits a lot of that to Jennifer.

The couple wed in 2005 and became the parents of three, daughters Violet and Seraphina, and son Samuel.

Ben and Jennifer split in June of last year but maintain a friendly family relationship.

Although Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice didn't earn rave reviews among the critics, it was enough of a box office success - $871 million worldwide to date - to warrant a sequel.

Ben will be back as the Caped Crusades in Justice League, slated for a 2017 release, with a Part Two planned to open two years later in 2019.

He is currently filming reshoots for Prohibition-era crime drama Live By Night in Pasadena, California.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Jennifer Lopez sizzles in plunging dress during Hamptons shopping trip with twins

Jennifer Lopez likes to show off her decolletage when on the red carpet.

And it turns out the 46-year-old All I Have Las Vegas performer also has a knack for flaunting her assets during her down time as well.

On Sunday during a break from shooting her TV series Shades Of Blue, the 46-year-old actress got all prettied up for a shopping spree at Blue & Cream in East Hampton with her beau Casper Smart as well as her twins Max and Emme, aged eight, that she had with ex Marc Anthony.


The All I Have performer looked elegant in a plunging black maxi dress that hit the floor.

The Bronx beauty also pulled her famous locks into a high top knot and added scarlet red lipstick to her pout, making the icon stand out even more on the hot summer day.

High heels added six inches and the Latin wonder also carried a red and beige handbag. Large gold hoops earrings screamed Jenny From The Block.


Her boyfriend of several years, Smart, kept it much more casual in a white T-shirt and beige shirts with clean looking white sneakers.

The shorts showed off tattoos on the choreographers left leg.

The best friend of Nick Jonas also had on sunglasses and a slight beard.

Little Emme was darling in a sweater with a horse print and shorts with sneakers with her hair pulled back in a ponytail, Max, who strolled with a handler, wore a red shirt with beige shirts and flip flops.

Also with the clan was the Maid In Manhattan star's mother Guadalupe who looked ready for time by the pool in her Hawaiian print shirt and blue slacks.


It must have been some spree at Blue & Cream because Smart carried two big bags alone to their black Yukon SUV.

Guadalupe had a bag from Intermix.

Lopez has been reprising her role as Harlee Santos on the NBC cop drama Shades Of Blue. On Friday the star shared a photo from set with the caption: Harlee is baaack.'

In a candid interview with Britain's DARE magazine, the singer recalled: 'I remember thinking I wasn't thin enough because I had curves.'

However, the Love Don't Cost A Thing hitmaker has since learned to embrace her body for what it is and is encouraging others to do the same.


She explained: 'Feeling beautiful is an attitude, and we should all look for the beautiful things we love about ourselves, regardless of how our bodies compare to someone else.'

The mother to eight-year-old twins Max and Emme, also stressed the importance of working out to feel comfortable in your skin and convey a message of body confidence.

And for Jennifer - who started her career as a 'Fly Girl' on US sketch show In Living Color in 1991 - that confidence stemmed from dancing.

'When my confidence is lagging, I dance. There's something about seeing what my body is capable of and feeling the endorphin rush that comes with a good dance session that really helps boost my mood. I still consider myself a dancer at heart, and I love it!'


While multi-talented Jennifer has made her mark over the years with many high profile projects such as Selena and The Wedding Planner, she has also been celebrated for her shapely figure.

In 2000, she ensured all eyes were on her as she donned the now iconic green Versace gown at the Grammys. Plunging down the middle, it barely covered her ample assets and rested on her honed hips while flaunting her bootylicious behind.

In an interview with Deadline, the Ain't Your Mama singer said that she is 'grateful' for all the work she has at the moment.


'I just tried to be grateful for the fact that, at this point in my career, I have this much going on. But the truth is the quality of the work, of the writing, of the actors, of Barry [Levinson], of the producers, of the writers room.

'I felt like, this is my best work, you know? This was how I started my career. This is who I am. I always saw myself as an actress who danced and sang and had those talents as well, and I made my records later in my career.

'I didn’t make my first record until I was almost 30. So the acting was always the first thing. That was where people got to know me,' she said.

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Jennifer Lopez: ‘Water is wondrous’



Jennifer Lopez gets the most out of her workouts by drinking plenty of water beforehand.

The 46-year-old superstar gives women half her age a run for their money with her killer body and wrinkle-free skin. As an A-lister she has access to the world’s top make-up artists and products, but Jennifer credits a humble glass of water as the boost that helps her exercise harder.

“Drink plenty water, especially before you go for a workout. It can help you push harder and get more out of your exercise routine,” she smiled to Britain’s Dare magazine.


Diet also plays a key role in Jennifer’s life, and even as a busy mother-of-two, the singer and actress always makes sure she eats right. That includes selecting healthy options when she dines out and carrying snacks wherever she goes to combat any craving she may be hit with.

“Protein is my go-to whenever I start having cravings. It fills me up and keeps me full longer, and it’s a great muscle fuel. I always carry fruit and veggies with me to give me something to snack on,” she shared.

Jennifer first found fame as an actress, before turning her attention to music. She now combines the two, plus loves to dance whenever she can. As well as being a hobby, dancing also keeps the star’s body looking lean and taut.

“I’m convinced working out is part of what makes me so happy. Dance has always been a huge part of my life, and taking time to move my body and do something that’s so good for me is key to my happiness,” she shared.

Monday, June 13, 2016

Jennifer Lopez Opens Up About Being Body-Shamed


Jennifer Lopez might have one of the most covetable physiques in all of Hollywood, but even she has faced unrealistic beauty standards―specifically early in her career. “They kept telling me to lose weight,” Lopez tells E! “And I was a dancer and I was athletic and even my manager at the time, who I no longer work with, um, was telling me, ‘You need to lose weight. You need to be thinner.’”

Thankfully, she pushed back. “I was like, 'No I don’t. If I lose any more weight it won’t be me.’ You know what I mean?”



J.Lo was inspired to share her story because a fan told her she was inspired to stop wearing sweatshirts around her waist thanks to her confidence. “It was a fight. It was definitely a fight, and so it’s good to hear that it helped anybody in some way because at the end of the day I was just trying to be myself without trying to fit into a mold of what everybody else should be,” she says.
The singer also applauded the current movement toward body acceptance. “It’s a different time now, you know, which is awesome to see for me, where it’s about our differences. It’s about all the diversity. It’s just a more accepting time of everything, whether it’s body type or race or gender. We’ve come a long way.”
Thank goodness.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Inside Jennifer Lopez's New $28 Million Mansion

Jennifer Lopez is now the proud owner of a lavish Los Angeles luxury home.

The singer's new mansion came with an initial market price of nearly $40 million, but Jenny from the Block struck a deal to hand over $28 million and call the L.A. neighborhood of Bel Air home.

Lopez bought the eight-acre estate from actress Sela Ward and her husband. The couple purchased the Bel Air property over a decade ago for $3.8 million and has since reimagined the 1940 Samuel Marx home, with French country style inspiration.



Lopez's new purchase comes with 14,000 square feet of living space, including the property's main house, two guest houses, a stream, a vineyard, a swimming pool and a 100-seat outdoor amphitheater.


Lopez's visitors will cross a small covered bridge to get to her new digs – and with seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, there's enough room to stay the night.
Featuring a rich marriage of European style and American comfort, the home comes packed with extras suited for the stars. Complete with a massage room, 30-seat indoor theater and pub, Lopez will have plenty of options when it comes to taking time off to relax.


The house – which hit the market last September – is complemented by a man-made infinity pool complete with beach entry, a miniature golf course and a stone cabana.


The grounds can be described as "a scenic private park, featuring intricate walking paths and trails that lead to an assortment of private verandas, stone terraces and waterfalls that feed into surrounding koi ponds."



While Lopez is the newest star to join the quiet comfort of L.A.'s Bel Air neighborhood, the Shades of Blue star is no stranger to the area. In fact, she's still trying to sell a home of her own there.



In 2010, Lopez and then-husband Marc Anthony purchased a nine-bedroom Hidden Hills home overlooking the San Fernando Valley and San Gabriel Mountains. In early 2015, they listed the three-acre estate for $17 million.


With no bites on the line, Lopez and Anthony have since knocked the price down several times, but to no avail. As of spring, of this year, the asking price sits at $12.5 million.

Despite the trend of high-profile Hollywood homes remaining on the market, Lopez shouldn't have too much to be worried about in terms of finances. As a working singer, actor and television personality, Lopez brings in $30 million per year and commands a net worth of $320 million.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Jennifer Lopez Bikini Photos in Las Vegas

Jennifer Lopez spent Memorial Day partying in a bikini.




The 46-year-old singer wore a printed bikini top and white shorts while hosting the Carnival Del Sol party at Drai’s Beachclub in Las Vegas this weekend.



Lopez kicked off her Las Vegas residency last Sunday, and it runs through December 2016.

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Why Jennifer Lopez Doesn’t Want to Be Called a ‘Diva’

‘Diva’ used to be said with wonder, accorded to the grandest of female celebrities. But for J.Lo, it is simply a sexist putdown for women seen as ‘difficult.’


There is a gap between the admiration and celebration accorded to those we may call “divas,” and how those figures might feel about being called “divas.’”

It was once a badge of camp approbation (“She is such a diva”). But Jennifer Lopez—in a fascinating and revealing round-table interview of Hollywood actresses—makes clear the burden of being called a diva.

“I’ve always been fascinated by how much more well-behaved we have to be than men,” she said to her fellow interviewees Kerry Washington, Sarah Paulson, Julianna Margulies, Regina King, Kirsten Dunst, and Constance Zimmer.

“I got a moniker of being ‘the diva,’ which I never felt I deserved—which I don’t deserve—because I’ve always been a hard worker, on time, doing what I’m supposed to do, and getting that label because you reach a certain amount of success,” Lopez said.

There has been a diva disconnect. “Diva,” in its oldest form, was accorded to an opera singer, then someone of supreme talent, who powerfully evoked and encapsulated a sense of drama.

Divas wore extravagant clothes, loomed just as extravagantly on stage as off, and seemed to live lives far outsized to those who watched them.

But the word’s meaning mutated: Gay culture, in its embrace and merry games with notions of camp, appropriated the word to mean all of the word’s old meaning, with the add-on of a diva being difficult, impossible, lofty, and demanding. The more terrible the behavior, the greater the applause of the labelers.

For all different reasons—unified by the mixture of devotion and awe they commanded, often in dramatic gowns—Maria Callas was a diva; Bette Davis was a diva; Joan Crawford was a diva; Elizabeth Taylor was a diva.

Judy and Liza were mother and daughter divas (and if you need surnames, well, maybe this article isn’t for you). Barbra Streisand is a diva, Shirley Bassey too, and Bette Midler forever. Joan Collins and Erica Kane: soap opera divas.

Divas and gay icons have long remained pretty interchangeable and can be cannily marketed as such: Aretha Franklin’s 38th studio album was of “diva classics”; Annie Lennox wore a gorgeous pink headdress on the cover of her Diva album of 1992.

Age seemed to confer diva-dom once, but no longer: Madonna, Mariah Carey, Naomi Campbell, J.Lo, and Kylie Minogue ushered in ever younger generations of pop divas like Britney Spears, Taylor Swift, and Rihanna. Divas, then and now, challenged norms and established orders.

The most positive modern divas are seen as charismatic and masterful, like Beyoncé. Others, like Katherine Heigl, have the word attached to them, fairly or unfairly, because of being seen as difficult, and “diva” is the handiest word lying nearby.

The negative attributes associated with the word that Lopez identified are the characteristics of a bully or egomaniac. In the past, the more extreme manifestation of that, or rumor of it, the more delicious the diva seemed.

As much as it was flattery, the gay application of “diva” to a woman also celebrated a set of negatives. The worst behavior of “divas” manifested how we secretly wished we could all assume control.

Old-school divas behaved in ways we never would or could, and—in an ordinary context—might even observe balefully. But at least they were not constrained by the same day-to-day dreariness as we, their spectators. Divas’ lives could be lived through vicariously.

Divas could be both bitches and goddesses. They would suffer, and be imperiled, and triumph—and often these rollercoasters were conveyed through their own artistic expression. They performed their large lives to cameras and audiences.

Certain stars embraced the term, overtly or implicitly. Some play out the diva label in public or performance, and we simply do not know if their behavior matches that in private. A true diva benefits hugely from that mysterious gap of public and private.

Then, even more recently, the word migrated those moorings into general pop culture: Still applied to women, it can be applied to men flippantly as well, to all of us, not just celebrities, at moments when behavior, comically or not, lapses into the overly grand, impossible, and demanding.

Divas were once lauded for being monstrous—and sometimes tried to live up to that image accordingly—but now, perhaps rebelling against the label’s more negative connotations, female stars like Lopez are in retreat from the word.

“Stop being such a diva” has become a putdown, affectionate and scoffing, to someone who is acting up.

In the Hollywood Reporter round-table interview, Lopez clearly signaled this was the mantle, unfairly conferred, that she felt she was struggling under.

“I felt crippled to voice my opinion, especially because certain directors and the boys’ club that they form can make you feel like, ‘Oh, I can’t say anything,’” she said. “I was always fascinated by how I could see [a man] being late or being belligerent to a crew and it being totally acceptable; meanwhile, I’d show up 15 minutes late and be berated.

“And you watch this happen over and over and over again. Like, we’re not allowed to have certain opinions or even be passionate about something, or they’ll be like, ‘God, she’s really difficult.’ It’s like, ‘Am I? Am I difficult because I care?’”

In the Lopez reading, if you are known as a diva you cannot win. For her, the word has been stripped of its fun and mischief, and instead now just means a general professional pain in the neck. And, as it is associated with women, it has a built-in sexism to it.

And so—poor “diva”—the word has traveled a bizarre modern path of being used in the context of male-on-female parodic glorification to, in Lopez’s reading, being used as straight-up misogyny.

If “diva” became a term applied to female celebrities by gay men that celebrated a celebrity’s supposed outlandishness or demanding nature, by now—for Lopez—it has become a denigrating and unfair insult.

If men can also now be known as divas, their difficult behavior will be indulged more than a female diva’s: The term applied to her has far less lightheartedness attached to it than it does for him.

And so, suddenly, “diva” doesn’t seem such a fun word. It is now on the linguistic knife-edge of being, like “bitch,” just another misogynistic putdown—unless, like the best divas, you unapologetically continue to expect the whole world to revolve around you. Whatever the word’s dissenters say, a true diva does not give a damn.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Jennifer Lopez flaunts cleavage in very low-cut yellow number in New York

She may have been enjoying a night on the town.

But Jennifer Lopez brought a bit of daylight to her outing in the evening.

The 46-year-old stunner turned heads in an eye-popping yellow number as she left the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on Monday.


Jennifer matched the frock with the same-coloured jacket featuring a bright yellow satin lining as she completed the look with black Christian Louboutin heels.

She accessorised the look with several blinged out rings on her fingers as she wore her light brunette tresses flowing down over her shoulders.


The former judge of American Idol showed off her evergreen looks with natural, complimentary make-up on her face highlighted by a swipe of shiny lip.

Monday, May 9, 2016

Jennifer Lopez's team had to scramble to find funding for music video


When a new music video for Jennifer Lopez’s hit “Ain’t Your Mama” ran low on cash due to J.Lo’s “grand” plans, her team had to scramble to broker a last-minute deal to raise more money.

We’re told that a “product-placement specialist” was called in two days before production began on the clip because there were concerns the video — which premiered Friday — couldn’t be completed to the singer’s usual high standards without an injection of extra funds.

J.Lo’s label honchos put together an ambitious shoot in just two weeks to capitalize on the song’s early chart success after Lopez debuted it on the final episode of “American Idol” on April 7. Insiders told Page Six that the Kluger Agency, which arranges deals between brands and artists, got a call at the eleventh hour. To attract additional funding, the team hustled to bring in ­social-networking app Friendable, then reworked the shoot’s script to integrate the product into the storyline.

“Most of these big artists want a really nice visual, and nice is pretty much synonymous with expensive when it comes to product,” said a source. “So a lot of times Jennifer will have this grand idea of what she wants to do, and the label has their budget, and at the end of it, she’ll be short.”

We’re told producers were keen to find something that would fit into the video since it was already packed with more traditional product placements.

In fact, there were so many shoehorned into its five minutes that music site Spin cataloged nine brands in the clip — from Lavazza coffee to ­BodyLab weight-loss supplements.

The “plot” — about women rebelling against outdated domestic roles — culminates with an all-female protest scene in the streets. In the revised version, the lady rabble-rousers use the app to converge. We’re told that, in return, Friendable coughed up the dough to finish off the project with the kind of polish befitting an international superstar. A rep for Lopez declined to comment.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Jennifer Lopez visits Asheville with boyfriend Casper Smart

Actor and singer Jennifer Lopez took a break from her busy schedule to fly down to Asheville to visit her boyfriend, Casper Smart.

Smart, 29, tweeted a photo of the two at the Omni Grove Park Inn.



Smart is in Asheville working on the new "Dirty Dancing" remake, along with Modern Family star Sarah Hyland.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Jennifer Lopez on Why She's Open to Marriage Again: 'A Dream of Mine Is to Grow Old With Someone'



Jennifer Lopez is opening up about her relationship with ex-husband Marc Anthony and revealing why she is open to marrying again.

In an interview with W magazine, Lopez discussed the "personal failures" she's faced, revealing that "when [her] marriage ended, it was not easy to find forgiveness."

"It wasn’t the dream that I had hoped for, and it would have been easier to fan the flames of resentment, disappointment, and anger," Lopez said.

Lopez, 46, and Anthony, 47, wed in June 2004 and split in 2012 after nearly eight years of marriage. The "Ain't Your Mama" singer admitted that even though she gave their relationship all she had, she knew that it wasn't enough to make the marriage last.

“I hung in there for seven years,” Lopez said. “I knew very quickly that it wasn’t the right thing.”

Lopez noted that she and Anthony "work to make things right" for the sake of their kids, 8-year-old twins Max and Emme.

"Marc is the father of my children, and that’s never going away," Lopez said. "So, I have to work to make things right. And that is, by far, the hardest work I do.”

Lopez, who has been married three times, also spoke about her current boyfriend, dancer Casper Smart, and why she is not taking marriage off the table just yet.

“We got together and broke up and are now together again," Lopez said of 29-year-old Smart. "I still think about getting married and having that long life with someone."

"I love the movie 'The Notebook,'" she continued. "A dream of mine is to grow old with someone."

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Jennifer Lopez's - The Best 'American Idol' Moments

There are so many things we'll miss about American Idol, but at the top of our list is having Jennifer Lopez on our TVs every week.

The pop diva joined the singing competition during the 10th season and only sat out one season since then -- the infamous Mariah Carey-Nicki Minaj cycle. As the show comes to an end, we're looking back on J.Lo's the best Idol moments, from chic ensembles to emotional moments to epic performances.

This blinged-out red number that might be the hottest thing J.Lo ever wore.



This glittery gold mini that's only out-fierced by J.Lo's fiiiiiiiiiiierce pose.


 Every time she danced in her judge's chair.



 And every single time she whipped her hair.


 This sexy little black dress that put all other little black dresses to shame.



Only to turn around and also pull off this adorably school girlish frock.

 
The adorable faces she makes, best of all whenever she stuck her tongue out at whomever.


This leather look that accents Jenny from the Block's best ass...ets.


 And whatever is happening here.


Viva la J.Lo! We'll miss American Idol and we'll miss you.

Monday, March 28, 2016

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Sunday, March 27, 2016

Jennifer Lopez shopping spree at Moscow store Aizel has shop shut for 2 hours

Baby it may be cold outside, but there are designer shoes to be had.

Jennifer Lopez braved Russia's cold to go on a designer shopping spree on Saturday night.

The 46-year-old signer treated herself to some fancy accessories as Moscow store Aizel shut down for two hours to allow the star to shop in private.






Despite a very long day, J Lo looked in high spirits as she perused the store's section of handbags and shoes picking out, according to an insider, some items from Charlotte Olympia.

For her late night shopping expedition, the Let's Get Loud star stepped out in a very Russian ensemble.

Jennifer fought back against the cold in a big black and white fur which she wore with as rolled necked tight sweater with and a pair of figure highlighting leggings.

The pop star accessorized her look with a pair of high heeled booties and wore her golden brown hair out and flowing.


As she left the store, the American Idol judge waved and smiled at her Russian fans and local media.

The fact she even had the energy to shop, let alone be in such a good mood, was impressive as the star had spent the day performing.

The 46-year-old was flown out to Russia by billionaire Mikhail Gutseriev - who is reportedly has a new worth of $6.2b - to perform at his son, Said's wedding.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Jennifer Lopez Police Thriller 'Shades of Blue' Picked Up by Sky in U.K.


LONDON — Pay TV network Sky has nabbed U.K. rights to police thriller “Shades of Blue,” starring Jennifer Lopez, and season four of musical drama series “Nashville.” The shows will play on the platform’s channel Sky Living.

“Nashville” will appear for the first time on Sky Living, with previous seasons having aired in the U.K. on Channel 4 niche channels More 4 and E4. Seasons one to three will be available to Sky customers via Sky Box Sets and streaming service Now TV.

The acquisitions add to Sky Living’s strong lineup of U.S. drama. The channel is already home to “Scandal,” “Elementary,” “The Blacklist,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Criminal Minds” and “Bones,” and most recently the U.K. premiere of “Blindspot.”

“Blindspot” consolidated from 384,000 to 1.19 million, making it the best launch of a brand new U.S. drama on Sky Living ever. Also coming soon to Sky Living is the new show from Shonda Rhimes, “The Catch.”

In “Shades of Blue,” Lopez plays Harlee Santos, a charismatic single mother and resourceful detective. Santos works at the heart of a close-knit crew of Brooklyn detectives, led by the enigmatic Lieutenant Matt Wozniak, played by Ray Liotta, who often leads the team to step outside the limitations of the law in order to protect their precinct and their own.


Created by Callie Khouri, “Nashville” stars Connie Britton as country music superstar Rayna James, and Hayden Panettiere as younger star Juliette Barnes.

Adam MacDonald, director of Sky 1 and Sky Living, said: “These two brilliant shows coming to Sky Living just strengthens our reputation for fantastic U.S. drama, so I couldn’t be happier to have ‘Shades of Blue’ and ‘Nashville’ coming to the channel. They have everything that a Sky Living drama should have and more: strong characters, engrossing storylines and the talk-ability our customers love.”

“Shades of Blue” was executive produced by Jack Orman, creator/writer Adi Hasak, Barry Levinson (pilot), Lopez, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Benny Medina, Ryan Seacrest and Nina Wass. Levinson directed episodes one and two. It is a production of Universal Television, Nuyorican Prods., EGTV, Ryan Seacrest Prods. and Jack Orman Prods. It is distributed worldwide by NBCUniversal.

“Nashville” is executive produced by Callie Khouri, Steve Buchanan and Dee Johnson. It is produced by ABC Studios in association with Lionsgate Television, with Lionsgate handling international distribution rights.

Monday, March 14, 2016

Jennifer Lopez flaunts her curves in a short fringe dress at Pitbull's Vegas concert

They bonded when he helped revive her singing career with the 2011 hit single On The Floor.

And Jennifer Lopez showed how appreciative she is by making a surprise appearance at his Time of Our Lives concert at the Axis theater inside Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas on Saturday.

The 46-year-old American Idol judge looked like a knockout in a very short shimmering gold mini dress with long fringe.

The Shades Of Blue actress added gold gladiator heels for even more sparkle and wore her long highlighted locks down.

The Sin City appearance must have been a homecoming for the chart topper.

The I Luh Ya Papi singer has her own residency there called All I Have, which got off to a great start in January - even Justin Bieber stopped by - and will return on May 22.


That is why she wrote in one of her Instagram captions: 'Back home... At the #AXIS at #planethollywood.'

The mother-of-two also added: 'Gracias Armandito #Pitbull.' Her hashtags included: '#familia #OntheFloor' and she credited the photographer @denisetruscello.

Another Instagram note read: “@pitbull and me… Doing what we do… Thank you for having me!! #AXIS.'

Pitbull's concert lasts seven nights as it is only a special engagement.



Just days earlier the Maid In Manhattan vet showed off her toned figure again while appearing on American Idol.

The Bronx beauty had on a pink dress that flashed a lot of flesh along as it had cut outs on the sides. She added even more glam with silver pumps and an anklet. She accessorized with large diamond hoops and bangles.

The Jenny From The Block icon went for light blue when she joined boyfriend Casper Smart at the premiere of his film The Perfect Match in LA on March 7. The two looked happy together as she put her arm around him.

Smart stood out in a light blue suit with white shirt and fancy brown dress shoes.

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Jennifer Lopez puts on a busty display on American Idol set in racy pink mini dress

Jennifer Lopez's famed for her curvaceous figure, 46, put on a very busty display and showed offer her toned limbs in a racy pink mini dress on the set of American Idol on Thursday.

The singer produced a pearly white smile as she sauntered away from the wardrobe area in a stunning pair of silver stilettos.


The garment's cut out sides ensured Jennifer's slender curves were visible, and the in-shape star had every reason to be confident with her enviable physique.

Before she changed into the saucy number, Jennifer popped out of her dressing room in a pale blue covering gown while sipping a fizzy orange drink through a straw.


When she reappeared, it was quite the transformation with the singer clearly pleased with her look. And as she prepared to go in front of the cameras, she flicked her tresses out for one final adjustment.


Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Mariah Carey Shades Jennifer Lopez Yet Again: ''I Still Don't Know Her''


It's been over a decade since the iconic moment in which Mariah Carey told a few members of the paparazzi that she "didn't know" who Jennifer Lopez was...but the drama has been reignited (or perhaps the flames never really went out to begin with).

In case you missed it, J.Lo chatted about the comment on The Wendy Williams Show last week and explained, "[Mariah] is forgetful I guess! We've met many times."

Apparently Mariah's memory has grown worse—either that or there really is some bad blood between the two divas because her latest comment throws some serious shade in J.Lo's direction.

According to TMZ, Mariah was leaving the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Monday and didn't hold back when it came to dissing the Latina songstress.

When asked what she thought about people bringing up her "I don't know her" comment again after all these years, Mariah laughed, "I still don't know her!" Ouch!



The comment could be over the known fact that Lopez has attended almost every Las Vegas residency show with the exception of Mariah's.

However, the "Booty" singer promises that it's not over any drama, but rather just due to their crazy schedules.

She told Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live last week, "I think last year when [Mariah's residency] started I was already here in New York filming Shades of Blue and doing Idol on the weekends—didn't have a lot of time," she explained. "Then I started preparing my own. I don't think there's been a time when I could have seen it."

Well, considering today is International Women's Day, we're hoping the two can figure out how to move forward from the drama...perhaps they'll both attend each other's show!