Jennifer Lopez is a woman who likes to share too much, apparently [Website – Amy Grindhouse].
Lopez spoke to entertainment site, The Daily Beast (no, I’m not pulling your leg, that’s what it’s called), about aspects of her life that, shall we say, do not paint her in the best light.
Lopez, booty-shaker, bling-wearer and triathlon runner, is usually one to paint an EPICly Diddy/ Kanye-esque rose-tinted glasses, version of herself and her personal-life, to the media. However, it seems that during the aforementioned interview, the singer shared a little too much and may have post-interview remorse. Lopez is reportedly asking for her (now public) remarks about struggling as a mother and suffering ‘exhaustion’ to be pulled.
Can someone please tell Jennifer Lopez that this is the internets. I and the other internet dwelling pixies do not like it when famous people attempt to pull things from our interweb. Makes us sad, innit… well, maybe not sad, but most certainly curious. Reading that hot momma, Lopez, wanted her words pulled did not make me want to avert my eyes.. but, instead, it set off my spidey sense!
Here is what the star had to say:
She first spoke about her ‘breakdown’:
“I don’t get nervous. I don’t get depressed. Blah, blah, blah…There was a time when I was very overworked and I was doing music and movies and so many things. I was suffering from a lack of sleep. And I did have a kind of nervous breakdown. I froze up on a set. Well, not on a set, but in my trailer. I was like, ‘I don’t want to move. I don’t want to talk. I don’t want to do anything.’ It was on that movie Enough [in 2002]. Yeah. I did. I had a nervous breakdown.
She also spoke about her connections to the sexi Martians of Scientology and sending her children to one of their schools.
Lopez’s father has been a Scientologist for more than 20 years, and she is frequently seen with converts including Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, and Leah Remini.
“Would you consider schooling Emme and Max in a Scientology school?” I ask.
“Yeah. I wouldn’t mind. Not at all. Because I know that the technologies that they have are very helpful… It’s all about communication. That’s the thing I really don’t like about talking about this. I do know so many great people who do do it, who choose it as a lifestyle and really follow it and it is their religion…I just wish that people wouldn’t judge it without knowing what it is.”
WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THESE REVELATIONS?
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