Jennifer Lopez is open to expanding her brood in the future.
Jennifer Lopez says having more children would be an “absolute blessing”.
The 43-year-old singer already has five-year-old twins Max and Emme with her ex-husband, singer Marc Anthony. Jennifer has discussed how she is open to expanding her brood.
“Yeah, of course [I would like more kids]. I don’t know if it’s in the cards for me,” Jennifer revealed to ET Online. “If it happened it would be an absolute blessing.”
As well as hoping to add to her family, Jennifer is also open to the idea of taking on more at work. Fresh off her Dance Again World Tour, the chart topper debuted her brand-new single, Live it Up, on TV show American Idol last night.
Jennifer says her twins seem to have inherited her love for being on the road. She plans to bring them along with her when the tour for her upcoming album kicks off.
“The twins came with me on my last tour, and there is no reason why they wouldn’t come with me on the next one. I think Max is having tour withdrawal,” Jennifer laughed. “They went with me on the last tour and they did amazing.”
Jennifer opened up about what she thinks is the public’s biggest misconception about her. The star believes her time as a judge on American Idol helped set the record straight.
“I think the biggest misconception about me is that I think of myself as a very down to earth person, but because I like dressing up in gowns and wearing the make-up, I think people might think of me as a diva,” she pondered. “That’s one if the things that really helped me about doing Idol is that people got to see the real me. On reality TV you cannot hide.”
The entertainer discussed what it was like returning for her performance on the American Idol finale. She opened up about reuniting with the talent show team but did not confirm or deny whether she will return as a judge next season.
“It was fun. It was great to see the team there,” Jennifer told Extra. “They were like, ‘We miss you!’ I was like, ‘I miss you, too!’”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Friday, 17. May 2013