Late night TV is apparently only big enough for one person in tight pants, so Jimmy Fallon challenged Jennifer Lopez and her heavily-insured booty to a pants-on dance-off. Two pairs of tight pants enter, one pair of tight pants leaves.
Jennifer Lawrence was not so happy with Jimmy Fallon after he ditched her in front of JLo at a recent party.
Remember back in 2010 when 33 Chilean miners spent 69 days trapped just a few yards above Hell in a caved-in desert mine, sacrificing their health and sanity so that the world might have hilarious topical Halloween costumes? What's the first thing you think of when you think of that incident? JLo? That's the first thing JLo thinks of too.
One funny thing that homegrown American sweetheart Jennifer Lopez did recently was to make this Fiat commercial about her love for the Bronx without actually leaving her platinum-coated soundstage in L.A. at any moment. As if Jennifer Lopez would be caught dead in a Fiat! Right? Anyhow, they also apparently used the huge TATS Cru "I (Heart) The Bronx" mural without permission.
How many American butts had to develop "hard lumps, ripples, skin discolorations, and infections" before alleged, unauthorized butt enhancer Kimberly Smedley was arrested by federal agents last month? Perhaps we'll never know. But we'll definitely sleep more soundly knowing that America's butts are being protected from her silicone-stuffed syringes.
We all know reality television shows, including and especially American Idol, are basically serial hoaxes. But couldn't they try a little harder to maintain the illusion? Idol producers went to elaborate lengths last night to falsely present Jennifer Lopez's on-air performance as "live," but they left behind a few editing artifacts proving that it was taped.
On tonight's American Idol, Jacob Lusk performed Marvin Gaye's "You're All I Need To Get By." Afterward, Steven Tyler rushed the stage to hug him. Then, Randy Jackson declared it the best performance in the "history of this show."