Rumors are flying that another country star is being “seriously considered” for the remaining vacant seat on the “American Idol” judging panel–and no, it’s apparently not Carrie Underwood.
Jenny’s officially off the block. The singer announces she’s leaving ‘American Idol.’
Move over Jennifer Lopez — a veteran singing diva is joining the ranks of judges on reality TV: Gladys Knight.
Call it a “reversal of fortune.” More and more women are now paying alimony and child support to their ex-husbands. It’s called “manimony,” but is this the price of financial success?
Don’t let those abs of steel fool you, Jennifer Lopez is first and foremost a business woman.
Lopez hasn’t publicly announced her intent to leave Idol, but according to sources, she is just too busy to keep pitchy-singers begging for mercy.
The 42-year-old Bronx native may be the latest celebrity to fall victim to a dreaded “nip-slip” incident while wearing a low-cut Zuhair Murad gown.
Never mind the fake ad, now a real mural is the latest headache for Fiat.
Say what you will about Jenny from the Block, the Bronx’s very own Jennifer Lopez sure does rebound quick, and girl has a type. Remember when Lopez was heartbroken over Puff Daddy/Puffy/Diddy? It was none other than one of her backup dancers, Chris Judd, that dried her tears and then married her.
Jenny from the block was no where near the block when she filmed the commercial. Instead, she was in Los Angeles.
Bronx native Jennifer Lopez apparently had a very emotional weekend. She performed at The Mohegan Sun 15th anniversary show in Connecticut.
Jennifer Lopez has never really been one for the single life. Now that her marriage to Marc Anthony is no more, Lopez has been spotted dining with another of Hollywood’s most sought after bachelors.
It’s been about a month since J.Lo dumped Marc’s increasingly boney posterior – and yet, the two were recently photographed beaching it up together in the Hamptons.
Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler will join Randy Jackson as “American Idol” judges next season, after months of turnover and speculation about the future of TV’s top-rated show.