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.
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.