When Jennifer Lopez’s marriage to Marc Anthony ended, many assumed it was Anthony’s indiscretions that tanked their union. Though Lopez has remained relatively quiet about the cause, the writing has finally moved from the wall to W Magazine, where she spilled some secrets. The brunette beauty said that it was “not easy to find forgiveness,” after their divorce because “it wasn’t the dream that I had hoped for,” and although “it would have been easier to fan the flames of resentment, disappointment and anger,” she has since worked hard at creating a successful co-parenting relationship with her ex. For more, head on over to W Magazine.
This group astounded me, and I hate boy bands. You can see Simon Cowell smirking during their performance at all the money he’s about to make while simultaneously patting himself on the back for being a genius. As for Marc Anthony’s disinterest, all I can say is he’s a performer and not an A&R executive — and it shows. Watch their performance below.
The story about Jennifer Lopez’s boyfriend being gay got me thinking: Is there go-to tabloid twists that they assign every A-lister? Since they seem like a perfectly happy couple, I suppose it’s not believable enough that either party is cheating — but wait! Casper Smart is a dancer! He must be gay, right? And if that doesn’t work, I predict the next story will be that Marc Anthony is begging Lopez to come back, and she’s in the middle of a love triangle and can’t decide who to choose.
Here at The Dishmaster, I watch a lot of interviews. And there’s no one better to interview than Jennifer Lopez. First, she’s insanely beautiful with a great sense of fashion. And second, you can’t trip her up. She stays honest, while still managing to keep her privacy intact. It’s a delicate dance, and she’s mastered it. Watch her discuss her relationship with Marc Anthony while promoting Q’Viva.
When I heard the ratings report on Q’Viva I thought its success was largely attributed to the curiosity surrounding Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony’s post-divorce interaction. Then I watched the show. And it’s very good. Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony travel the world looking for talent, and they definitely find it. There’s a certain type of magic and grit obtained when watching performers in their native country that is impossible to capture otherwise. This show has heart. It might have single-handedly revived my talent-show fatigue. Watch below.