Jennifer Lopez’s forthcoming studio album, This Is Me…Now, is something of a follow-up to This Is Me…Then, which was released in 2002 during her initial relationship with now-husband Ben Affleck. Discussing this evolution requires thought, openness, and a look that pays homage to where Lopez has been and where she’s going.
According to a Whitney Houston fan page, Jennifer Lopez has announced to Time magazine that she is set to perform a Whitney Houston tribute at the Grammy Awards next year. As this was a surprise to most, a quote was also shared by the fan page allegedly made by Lopez about her vocal ability.
Jennifer Lopez is one of many popstar-actor hybrids in Hollywood, and like many of those performers, she has made some pretty great movies and also some pretty bad ones. When asked which of her films should get a sequel, J-Lo picked arguably the worst of them all. The movie based...
A user on TikTok recently transformed herself into Jenny from the Block — and her appearance is totally uncanny!. Using her incredible makeup skills, TikTok user @pocaeve, a.k.a. Eve, transformed herself into Jennifer Lopez from the singer's iconic "All I Have" music video. Eve's viral video shows the entire...
Jennifer Lopez has many iconic films that would be worthy of a sequel, from classic rom-coms like Maid in Manhattan to her Oscar-snubbed work in Hustlers. But instead, she wants to make a sequel to what some consider one of the worst movies of all time: Gigli, her critically maligned 2003 film with then-boyfriend and now-husband Ben Affleck. During her “73 Questions” interview with Vogue, the interviewer asked her, “Which of your movies would you most want to make a sequel of?” After she responded with Gigli, he sarcastically commented that the film was “critically acclaimed,” which prompted a big laugh from the singer.
While the 2003 rom-com crime feature attracted a huge amount of interest due to the superstar entertainer dating her co-star Ben Affleck at the time, Gigli garnered negative reviews from critics and flopped at the box office. But despite the poor reaction to the movie, during an interview for Vogue's 73 Questions series published on Wednesday, Jennifer shared that Gigli was the project she'd "most like" to make a follow-up to. In response, the interviewer sarcastically commented, "Critically acclaimed". Jennifer brushed off the response and let out a big laugh.