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'GMA' Reports on Marc Anthony-Jennifer Lopez Split (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 18th 2011 2:00PM
Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez on 'Good Morning America'Judging by their recent public appearances, Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez seemed to have a happy, healthy marriage. They performed together on the season finale of 'American Idol,' which ended with a passionate kiss. Three weeks ago, Anthony was on 'The Talk' waxing romantic about the first time he met J-Lo, and talking about being "all in" for the marriage. So it came as something of a shock when they announced Friday that they were divorcing after seven years of marriage, which 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM on ABC) reported Monday.

'GMA' quoted the couple's statement to the press Friday, which said, "We have decided to end our marriage. This was a difficult decision." The report also mentioned Lopez's banner year, including her job judging 'American Idol,' People magazine naming her the "World's Most Beautiful Woman," and her new single 'On the Floor.'

'GMA' also mentioned that Lopez has had several high-profile relationships, and was married twice previous to her marriage to Anthony. The report also mentioned the cliché "Seven Year Itch," which seemed like a reach for an explanation.

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Barney Turns Down Jennifer Lopez on 'How I Met Your Mother' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 8th 2010 9:55PM
How I Met Your Mother, Jennifer LopezIt's gotta be tough turning down Jennifer Lopez, a.k.a. Anita on 'How I Met Your Mother' (Mon., 8PM ET on CBS). Especially if you're Barney.

But even when she lured him in with the promise of getting lucky -- forget about the twelfth date; she'll do it right now – he stuck to his guns.

And is it just us, or is J-Lo everywhere lately? Talk about a workaholic, and the mom of two shows no signs of slowing down. 'The Back-Up Plan' arrives in theaters April 23.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Jennifer Lopez Gives Opening Monologue on 'Lopez Tonight' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Jan 19th 2010 1:20PM
Is there anything Jennifer Lopez can't do? She sings, dances and acts, and now ... she's proven she can deliver a late-night talk show monologue with the best of them.

Lopez gave the opening monologue on 'Lopez Tonight,' joking about Sarah Palin, male prostitutes and NBC. After the monologue, George Lopez resumed as host and congratulated J-Lo on her performance.

Watch the video after the jump.

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J-Lo Explains Fall at AMAs, Takes Another Spill on 'Ellen' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Dec 4th 2009 9:30AM
On 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show,' Jennifer Lopez explained the cause of her fall while performing the song 'Louboutins' at the 2009 American Music Awards on Nov. 22. During the song, Lopez jumped off the back of one of her dancers and landed none too gracefully when her feet slipped out from under her.

"What happened was ... one of the dancer's backs was slippery, and when I stepped on their backs, my feet were wet, and so when I landed, they slipped from under me," Lopez said on 'Ellen.'

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J. Lo brings Dancelife to MTV

by Julia Ward, posted Dec 26th 2006 7:31PM
DancelifeJ-Lo is the new Debbie Allen. Just like Allen before her, J-Lo is ushering young dance hopefuls into the television limelight. Unlike Debbie Allen, who played Ms. Grant on Fame, J-Lo will not be giving the following speech on MTV's Dancelife: "You want fame? Well, fame costs, and right here, is where you start paying - in sweat."

Lopez, who started out as a fly girl on In Livin' Color and wound up a one-woman corporation, is the producer of MTV's latest reality series - Dancelife, premiering on January 15th. The series follows the story of six dancers looking to make it big in the rough and tumble world of professional dance. You can read the stars' bios online, and an extended preview video has cropped up on YouTube. The series looks like it falls on the Laguna Beach-end of the reality show spectrum - more soap opera than competition. At least, the show's stars have more talent than your average Laguna Beach high schooler or Twentyfourseven party promoter. Now, if only I could "remember, remember, remember their names."

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