Jennifer Lopez is an American actress, businesswoman, dancer and recording artist. She started her career as a Fly Girl on the television program In Living Color and as a back-up dancer for Janet Jackson. Lopez gained recognition in the action-thriller Money Train. Lopez ventured into music in 1999 with the release of her debut album On the 6. Her second album J.Lo (2001) reached number one on the Billboard 200 the same week her film The Wedding Planner led the box office, becoming the first person to achieve a number one film and album in the same week. Lopez also has two children with former husband Marc Anthony, twins Max and Emme.
After taking a five year hiatus, the Billboard Music Awards is making its return, and some of the biggest acts on the charts will be on hand to welcome it back.
The event honors artists who've appeared on the Billboard charts in the past year, with winners being determined by sales, airplay, touring, streaming and social interactions on MySpace, Facebook and other popular online music sites.
As her first season as an "American Idol" judge winds down, Jennifer Lopez has revealed that the experience has been a family affair.
While phoning into Ryan Seacrest's radio show yesterday (April 1), the 41-year-old explained that hubby Marc Anthony has been hanging around the "A.I." set lately, helping both her and the contestants along the way.
The decision to save American Idol's Casey Abrams from elimination sure was a polarizing one, but judge Jennifer Lopez insists it was the right move.
The 41-year-old dished this on Ryan Seacrest 's radio show on Wednesday (March 30), "We knew that it was kind of a radical decision because it was so early in the season, but to be quite honest...that is one decision that I haven't lost one ounce of sleep over."
She’s no stranger to creating great music, and Jennifer Lopez called into “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” to reveal a sneak peek at her new single “I’m Into You.”
On Wednesday morning (March 30), the “American Idol” judge dialed up the “American Idol” host’s radio show to chat about her new single featuring rapper Lil Wayne and give her fans a taste of what’s to come.
She’s been a big hit as a new judge on “American Idol,” and Jennifer Lopez had a rough time telling Chris Medina he had been eliminated.
The “Waiting for Tonight” songstress shared that letting Medina (who has been supporting his longtime fiancee Juliana ever since she suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car accident) go was the hardest thing she’s had to do on the show so far.