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jennifer lopez does elle magazine!

jennifer lopez does elle magazine!
January 5, 2010 MICHAEL KNUDSEN


good evening! oh that jennifer lopez takes herself way too seriously … check out some of the quotes below from the latest issue of ELLE magazine – she actually thinks that maid in manhattan and monster-in-law are decent romantic comedies – i don’t what she’s thinking! jennifer’s not the worst actress ever but girlfriend will never win an oscar – the best movie she ever did was out of sight with hottie george clooney! she’s also got a new album (her 7th studio release) coming out soon which i’m surprisingly excited for – her last one brave was a total guilty pleasure of mine! hopefully the next one will be just as ‘good’! popbytes over & out for tonight … much love to all as always … xoxo



On why she never considered in vitro fertilization, like her character in The Back-Up Plan:

“When it comes to family and relationships, I’m quite traditional. Just because of the way I was raised. And I also believe in God and I have a lot of faith in that, so I just felt like you don’t mess with things like that. And I guess deep down I really felt like either this is not going to happen for me or it is. You know what I mean? And if it is, it will. And if it’s not, it’s not going to.”



On the merit of her romantic comedies:

“I think Maid in Manhattan and Monster-in-Law are very layered movies. And that’s why they’re so successful. People don’t like shitty romantic comedies. Nothing that’s shitty is going to make $100 million.”



On hosting a dinner for Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor:

“She didn’t realize what she was going to symbolize. And it’s always scary to be thrown into it-that’s what I felt like when I did Selena. You’re thrown out there, and all of a sudden you’re not anonymous. You are now known. And that’s a lot to handle. It’s scary at first. Then you get used to it. And so she was in that moment of her life where it’s just like, What the hell? Everybody’s clapping for me. People are writing about me, talking about me, I’m on TV. She was just a judge in New York.”



On competing with twenty-something pop idols as a 40-year-old mom:

“This is what I do–what, because I have kids and a husband now I’m not supposed to be me? I’m a more heightened me if anything. Hyper J.Lo. Everything I wanted before, I want twice as much now. And that doesn’t mean material things; it means to explore more, to think more. Being an artist doesn’t start because you’re 21, and it doesn’t end because you’re 51. You are who you are until the day you die.”