Boy, that didn’t take long. A mere two weeks after announcing her split from Marc Anthony after their seven-year marriage, Jennifer Lopez is on the September 2011 cover of Vanity Fair, discussing all the dirt about her D-I-V-O-R-C-E.
“Sometimes it doesn’t work, and that’s sad,” she told the mag. “But I remain an eternal optimist about love. I am positive, determined to move forward with my life, bring up my babies and do the best job I can as a mother, entertainer and person. I now look forward to new challenges. I feel strong.”
Not to be a cynic, but of course it doesn’t hurt that JLo is a millionaire, an American Idol judge and People magazine’s Most Beautiful Woman Alive. Seems she has a few more opportunities than the average middle-aged housewife, with a reported net worth of $150 million and a 2011 income of $25 million.
Vanity Fair hits newsstands in New York and L.A. Aug. 3, and nationally Aug. 9.
We’ve been in a near state of apoplexy since our beautiful William Levy shaved his beautiful head last week, seriously impacting his beautiful face. Well, we can all breathe again, the flowers can bloom and the world can resume spinning on its traditional axis: Levy is preparing for a movie role.
He’s been talking about moving past his telenovela roles (including current Triunfo del Amor) for some time, and alluded to a role in which he is playing a boxer. He will also begin filming the flick Mares de Dios (Sea of God) in November.
“For my fans who don’t like the new look, no worries it will grow back soon,” Levy said in a Twitcam interview, making me blush, because I’m certain he was looking me directly in the eye. “I must confess that I love this new look because I no longer have to brush my hair or wash it.” He also whispered to me with a giggle, “People will take me more serious as an actor now that I’m bald.”
As for the ongoing rumors that he had an affair with Jennifer Lopez, whose music video “I’m Into You” he starred in, Levy says JLo was “very professional. Jennifer is an adorable girl.” Then he winked. I blushed again.
After seven years of marriage, Jennifer Lopez, 41, and Marc Anthony, 42, have told People that they are heading for divorce court. Is it possible that JLo rubbing bodies with William Levy during the filming of her music video for “I’m Into You” under the incandescent sun of the Mexican Caribbean was too much for the Latina to take?
You’ve seen Lopez, People’s “World’s Most Beautiful Woman,” and Levy, the Sexiest Man Alive, according to The Smoking Nun. There certainly couldn’t be a more beautiful pair on god’s green earth.
And isn’t it ironic that William recently split with his wife, Elizabeth Gutierrez?
While I’ve made it pretty clear that Jennifer Lopez is little more than a farce at the musical mic—and don’t even get me started on her alleged dance moves—I’ve always appreciated her as an actress: JLo possesses a sweet humility that balances nicely against her inarguable beauty.
Monster-In-Law with Jane Fonda remains a house favorite, while Maid In Manhattan with Ralph Fiennes was cute enough.
Just caught JLo’s latest flick The Backup Plan from 2010 and while predictable, it’s plenty amusing to maintain interest, but the more urgent question: Who the hell is her hottie co-star?
I’d never heard of Aussie Alex O’Loughlin, since he’s starred in three TV series I’ve never seen: The Shield, Moonlight and Three Rivers. He’s now lead Steve McGarrett in Hawaii Five-O , a hit 2011 serial for CBS—which again, isn’t on my Tivo playlist.
Now that I’ve seen his moves in The Backup Plan, I’m willing to get to know him a lot better.
>Poor Jennifer Lopez. As Zoe in upcoming flick “The Back-Up Plan,” her bio-clock is ticking, but she’s just too damn fugly to find a man. So believable! Five seconds after deciding to become a single mammer, she meets Stan, played by hunky Aussie actor Alex O’Loughlin.
Then, 40-year-old J-Lo and 30-year-old Alex boink, she gets pregnant and—oh, no!—is it a fling or are granny and hottie going to find true love!? I have no idea how this is going to turn out. And I guess I never will, since spending $12 for a wholly predictable, slightly embarrassing romantic comedy pairing an aging diva with a hunky upcoming young’un seems way forced, eh?