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She sings, dances, acts and her entourage is more impressive than her famous behind. Thrice
married J-Lo reveals how she went from plain backing dancer to diamond-encrusted diva.
Jennifer Lynn Lopez was born to Puerto Rican parents Guadalupe (a kindergarten teacher) and David,
a computer specialist. Lopez and her two sisters, Leslie and Lynda, grew up in a small apartment
where their mother encouraged them to entertain each other with theatrical performances in the front
room. With a taste for the limelight, Lopez began singing and dancing lessons from the age of five and
ignored academic studies at school, instead preferring to pursue sports and the arts. At age of 16,
Lopez won her first film role in ‘My Little Girl’ (1987) and while it failed to kick start her career
immediately, it gave her a taste of the fame game. After graduating from high school, Lopez enrolled
at Baruch College in Manhattan and also worked in a legal office to fund her dance and singing
progression. Her college life only lasted one term before she dropped out to concentrate on her career
dream and she began auditioning for dance roles. Lopez was eventually selected as a dancer for
various music videos and scored her biggest break as a backing dancer in Janet Jackson’s ‘That’s The
Way Love Goes’ video in 1993.
Her first screen role was in the made-for-TV-series ‘Nurses’ on the line ‘The Crash of Flight 7’,
followed by a first-time film role in the drama ‘My Family’ in 1995 and ‘Money Train’ in the same year.
Starring with Robin Williams in Francis Ford Coppola’s comedy drama ‘Jack’ (1996) propelled Lopez
further up the A-list ladder. 1997 was to be a big year for Lopez both personally and professionally.
Firstly came a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress for her turn in the film ‘Selena’ and she also
met Ojani Noa, a waiter at a Miami restaurant. At the wrap party for ‘Selena’, Noa grabbed the
microphone and offered a Lopez a diamond ring in the middle of the dance floor. Lopez accepted and
the pair married the same year but were divorced by January 1998. The relationship between the two
remained amicable after their split, but Lopez eventually sued Noa in a bid to prevent him from
publishing a book containing personal details of their marriage.
Career-wise, things were looking up still. After the somewhat questionable ‘Anaconda’ (1997) with Jon
Voight, which did well at the box office despite being panned by critics, it was to be Steven
Soderburgh’s ‘Out of Sight’ in 1998 that was to truly highlight Lopez’s potential. Starring alongside
George Clooney, the film’s success saw both stars suddenly being taken seriously (with Clooney also
trying to establish himself as a film actor after a long stint in the TV series, ‘ER’). Lopez’s profile was
now sky high. ‘Out Of Sight’ had worked its magic and, thanks to a big entrance at the Oscars
ceremony that year, she scored a modelling contract with L’Oreal.
Lopez’s flair for entertainment extended beyond acting though and a call from Sony records was too
tempting to ignore. Her debut album, ‘On The 6’ (a reference to the subway line she used to take when
she was growing up), was released in June 1999 and made the top 10 in the US charts. Lopez’s
winning streak was evident, with the album earning a Grammy nomination for Best Dance Recording
and two nominations at the Latin Grammy Awards also. It was during the making of the album that
Lopez was to meet Sean Combs (then known as Puff Daddy), who was helping produce the album.
Their two-and-half-year relationship was splashed across the media regularly and the press feasted on
one particular story which saw Lopez and Combs involved in a gunfire brawl at a New York club in
December 1999.
The pair were stopped by police after the incident and a stolen gun was found in the front seat of their
car for which Lopez was initially charged for gun possession, but charges were dropped later after her
appeal that she was in the back seat of the car during transit. Needless to say, the hype and stress
surrounding the drama would fizzle the romance and Lopez split from Combs a year later.Keeping her acting credits running, Lopez starred in ‘The Cell’ (2000) and became the first Latina
actress to headline a major Hollywood movie since Rita Hayworth (real name Margarita Carmen
2001 was to prove an eventful year in all aspect’s of Lopez’s life. First came a hit film, ‘The Wedding
Planner’, then a release of her second album, ‘J-Lo’, and lastly her second wedding. Lopez met
backing dancer Chris Judd while filming the video to her single ‘Love Don’t Cost a Thing’ and the two
married late in 2001. In true showbiz fashion, the marriage lasted only a few months and by 2003 the
two were divorced. It seemed lady luck was still on Lopez’s side come 2002. With yet another number
one album under her belt (the remixed ‘J-LO’ tracks, which was the first remix album to go straight to
the top of the charts) it was to be her romance with actor Ben Affleck that was to create a worldwide
stir. The couple met on the set of the film ‘Gigli’ (2003) and love soon blossomed. The relationship
spawned publicity off the scale, with the pair being re-named ‘Bennifer’ and Affleck even appearing in
her music video for the single ‘Jenny from the Block’, which was taken from her third studio album,
‘This is me…then’. The couple also appeared in another film together, ‘Jersey Girl’ (2004), but it
seemed their high-profile personal life would put paid to any box office success and both films were
panned. In 2003, you could not escape stories about the Bennifer’s supposed impending marriage.
But by the time ‘Jersey Girl’ was released in 2004, things had changed. Lopez ended the engagement
to Affleck in January, claiming that after all the furore she needed to concentrate on herself and her
Lopez hit the headlines once again in 2004 when she secretly married salsa star Marc Anthony. They
had briefly dated in the late 1990s, before his first marriage and her second, and unlike the mar of both
their previous marriages, the two remain together and announced in November 2007 that they were
expecting their first child together (later confirmed to be twins). After a year away from the music
scene, Lopez released her fourth studio album, ‘Rebirth’ in 2005. Although debuting and peaking at
number two in the US, the album quickly fell off the charts. She followed up her discography with her
first full Spanish album, ‘Como AmaUnaMujer’, in 2007. Husband Marc Anthony produced the album
and it reached the number one spot, putting Lopez back on track with her previous musical successes.
On screen, Lopez starred in the hit comedy ‘Monster-In-Law’, and more recently she can be seen in
‘El Cantante’, a biopic of Hector Lavoe, the salsa pioneer who helped to break the genre in America.
Lopez’s husband starred as Lavoe, with Lopez as his wife Nilda Rosado. Beyond her busy acting and
singing schedule, Lopez has also formed her own production company, Nuyorican (the name
reflecting her upbringing – half New York, half Puerto Rico), her own clothing line and a range of
perfumes which have topped many sales records. Lopez has become one of the biggest multi-media
stars in the world – her only sign of slowing down will be that she’s now a mum for the first time to
twins, a boy and girl born in February 2008.
In 2010, it was announced that Jennifer Lopez would be joining the judging panel on season ten of
‘American Idol’. Lopez confirmed that same year that she would be parting from Sony Music
Entertainment and Epic Records. The singer’s manager said: “Jennifer had a wonderful relationship
with the Sony Music Group, and they have shared many successes together, but the time was right to
make a change that best serves the direction of her career as an actress and recording artist, she is
grateful and appreciative to everyone at Sony for all that they accomplished together.” Shortly
afterwards, it was revealed that Lopez had signed a deal with Island Def Jam.
In 2011, J-Lo released the single ‘On the Floor’, an up-tempo dance-pop song featuring rapper Pitbull.
The song topped the charts in the UK and debuted in the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100. The single
is taken from the album ‘Love?’ which is due for release in May 2011. Lopez was named as the most
beautiful woman in the world by People magazine in 2011. The singer said she was honoured to
receive the title and admitted that looking good all the time is not always easy.

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