Jennifer Lopez: I would never do in vitro because I’m “traditional”


It seems like we’ve been doing a lot of Jennifer Lopez stories lately, hasn’t it? I think that’s because Jennifer is trying to relive her glory days as a triple threat (actress, singer and… horrible bodysuit wearer?) by releasing an album and a film within a few months. First, there is Jennifer’s single “Louboutins”. Then there is her film The Back-Up Plan, which is coming out in April. I guess Jennifer is trying out the Megan Fox school of film promotion (promoting her projects months and months in advance), because Jennifer is the cover girl for Elle Magazine (America) for February. The interview has a lot of stuff about The Back-Up Plan, so Jennifer must think she‘s got another Oscar-worthy role on her hands! By the way, what do you think of the cover shot? Totally ‘80s, right? It’s like trashy, vapid and over-the-top are the only tricks in her bag. I do like one of the photos, though (below).

On why she never considered in vitro fertilization, like her character in The Back-Up Plan:“When it comes to family and relationships, I’m quite traditional. Just because of the way I was raised. And I also believe in God and I have a lot of faith in that, so I just felt like you don’t mess with things like that. And I guess deep down I really felt like either this is not going to happen for me or it is. You know what I mean? And if it is, it will. And if it’s not, it’s not going to.”

On the merit of her romantic comedies:
“I think Maid in Manhattan and Monster-in-Law are very layered movies. And that’s why they’re so successful. People don’t like shitty romantic comedies. Nothing that’s shitty is going to make $100 million.”

On hosting a dinner for Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor:“She didn’t realize what she was going to symbolize. And it’s always scary to be thrown into it–that’s what I felt like when I did Selena. You’re thrown out there, and all of a sudden you’re not anonymous. You are now known. And that’s a lot to handle. It’s scary at first. Then you get used to it. And so she was in that moment of her life where it’s just like, What the hell? Everybody’s clapping for me. People are writing about me, talking about me, I’m on TV. She was just a judge in New York.”

On competing with twenty-something pop idols as a 40-year-old mom: “This is what I do—what, because I have kids and a husband now I’m not supposed to be
me? I’m a more heightened me if anything. Hyper J.Lo. Everything I wanted before, I want twice as much now. And that doesn’t mean material things; it means to explore more, to think more. Being an artist doesn’t start because you’re 21, and it doesn’t end because you’re 51. You are who you are until the day you die.”

On betrayal: “This is something I haven’t been through once in my life. This is something I’ve been through a few times in my life. Where you really have your eggs in one basket and that breach happens and you know you should go but you’re still in love and you just don’t know what to do. It hits you because it’s not like you’re a cheater, and a liar, and I hate you, and you’re no good, and I’m leaving. It’s not that. It’s like, I’m tormented. Even though you’ve done this and I know it, I still don’t know what to do. I know I should go, but I don’t want to. And that’s why it’s such a f-cked-up thing.”

[From Elle Magazine]

One of my biggest peeves in the world is people who are only selectively “traditional” or “religious”. Here’s Jennifer Lopez, who is on her third marriage telling us that she’s too “traditional” to do in vitro. I guess she didn’t care about tradition when she was filing for divorce two times. Now, I’m not judging her for having crappy taste in men – I’m judging her hypocrisy for playing the “traditional” card while her lifestyle and history is anything but. Anyway… who do you think “betrayed” her? My guesses are Puff Daddy and Ben Affleck.

Elle Magazine cover courtesy of I’m Not Obsessed and additional photos from Elle online.


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  1. QB says:

    There where a lot of rumours that she needed help getting pregnant.

    She is not traditional at all.

  2. Anastasia says:

    I’m trying to figure out why she thinks people care to know this.

  3. Jenny says:

    Yup- she used in vitro to get pregnant with fraternal twins. I don’t understand why she would deny having to use fertility treatments- there is no shame in needing some help. For many people there is a good medical reason they are not getting pregnant!

  4. dude says:

    I agree w/ her on in vitro but not b/c of tradition. I dont believe it is natural. I certainly dont knock or judge anyone who has had invitro. I would just rather take my thousands of dollars & spend it towards adoption. In vitro is NOT cheap…& its not a guarantee either. Thats a little too risky for me.

  5. mollyb says:

    My (future) brother-in-law does this and it drives me nuts! My sister-in-law had to argue with him for days because he was “too traditional” to be married by her church’s female pastor. Yep–also married three times.

  6. juiceinla says:

    Anastasia: I am trying to figure out why she thinks people care about her at all.

  7. KateNonymous says:

    She’s so “traditional”? Really?

    Although for some reason I do feel compelled to point out that I went to high school with a set of fraternal twins who were born long before in vitro was successful–so while it’s statistically more common now, it wasn’t an unimagined possibility before.

  8. Iggles says:

    Wow. What a slap in the face to all those people who are struggling with infertility! Not to mention the irony, because I don’t think for a second that JLO concieved twins the “traditional” way! She either used in vitro or — most likely — used fertility drugs to increase the changes of conception.

    Many multiple pregnancies are the result of fertility drugs (the increase the amount of eggs released during ovulation which of course increases the changes of fraternal twins). Jon + Kate used fertility drugs to conceive their brood.

  9. stinabelle says:

    I call bullshit, because I also heard A LOT of in vitro rumors about J Lo. Aren’t twins more likely when it runs in the family? I know Elvis was a twin, and Lisa Marie had twins…

  10. Ellen P says:

    My goodness, isn’t she the epitome of “I Will Be Seen and Heard”? She sounds condescending, and deluded about her own abilities.

  11. Annabelle says:

    Omg! It’s one thing to be delusional that u deserve an Oscar or look good in a catsuit, but now she is flat out lying! 40+ and magically has twins? Ya that’s not in vitro, just some insanely identical coincidence. I thought it was public knowledge that she did iv

  12. L says:

    As a aunt of fraternal twins, it’s stat wise more probable than you would think. Esp once you get over 30-35, there’s a higher increase of two or 3 eggs releasing.

    Not that I don’t think she did in-vitro, but plenty of multiples aren’t from fertility drugs.

  13. Maddie says:

    On why she never considered in vitro fertilization, like her character in The Back-Up Plan:“When it comes to family and relationships, I’m quite traditional. Just because of the way I was raised. And I also believe in God and I have a lot of faith in that, so I just felt like you don’t mess with things like that. And I guess deep down I really felt like either this is not going to happen for me or it is. You know what I mean? And if it is, it will. And if it’s not, it’s not going to.”

    Uh, didn’t she break up Skeletor’s marriage?

    It’s ok to sleep with a “married man with kids” but not ok to get pregnant this way?

    Shove those “Louboutins” back into your mouth woman.

  14. Annabelle says:

    Ps, lately in her interviews she sounds angry or bitter, doesn’t she?

  15. andrea says:

    goddammit, does she want to be called J.Lo or not?? i’m so confused.

    the top she is wearing in the cover photo is a f*cking crime.

    “monster-in-law was a very layered movie” – haahhaahahahaha! these celebs, they kill me.

  16. Carrie says:

    Hypocrite, hypocrite, thy name is J.Lo.

  17. Novaraen says:

    I am a mother of fraternal twins….and my grandfather(my moms dad) was a twin. The gene passes down on the womans side of the family…also women in their 30’s go into a stage where their bodies want to hurry up and reproduce so they start kicking out more eggs to make that possible. So it’s possible that she actually had them naturally….although with all the crazy rumors flying around and the fact that I could see her wanting twins because of all the publicity it would bring her. I don’t know what to believe…but she is in no way “traditional”. She is ridiculous.

  18. Novaraen says:

    Oh…and that cover picture looks alien…they photoshopped the hell outta her.

  19. CiCi says:

    um Maid in Manhattan and Monster in Law are “layered” and not shitty? LMFAO!

    Those two are possibly two of the worst movies I’ve ever seen and I am very lenient because I happen to like her in movies. “Maid” was choppy and filled with holes and “Monster” was abominable, SERIOUSLY.

    Oh J. Lo – WHY.

  20. Kiki says:

    “Traditional” means to marry only once… 🙂

  21. bella says:

    Yeah, she’s traditional. She traditionally doesn’t care whether she or the guy she’s pursuing are married.

    And I don’t buy that any “famous” person who gets pregnant for the FIRST time WITH twins who also just HAPPEN to be a boy and a girl HASN’T had in-vitro. It’s a way for “stars” who’ve been too busy with their careers and the wrong men to wait until the last minute to have children and still have a boy and a girl.

  22. Jenny says:

    it was pretty common knowledge in REI circles that she used help to get pregnant- she tried for a long time.

    It’s of course possible to have fraternal twins without help- but if you look at the incidence of twins in Hollywood vs general population, it may point to assisted reproductive technologies.

  23. Alarmjaguar says:

    It may be true that she didn’t use in vitro, but is she trying to say she never used birth control either? What about ultrasound or the NICU when her babies were born? Why are those technologies okay, but in
    virtro crosses some sort of line? I don’t really care what J-Lo did, it is her own business, but when she gets up there and say those things pisses me off b/c other people (I’m looking at you Catholic Church) draw the same kinds of ridiculous lines about where technology is good and then suddenly bad. And sure I’m biased, I was facing the possibility of infertility and was able to get pregnant (with twins) via in vitro. Adoption was always on the table, but that isn’t as easy as some people make it sound. I’ve watched a number of people try to adopt only to have the adoptions fall through again and again (which is doubly painful because they understand what an amazing gift it is when a woman decides to give her child up for adoption and how hard that can be to do). Anyway, this just hit a nerve with me, sorry about the rant. I think Kiaser actually summed it up better than I did at the end of the story. Grrr.

  24. kellsbells says:

    So I guess the “new” traditional allows for cheating on your old husband and cheating WITH your new husband while he was very much the married man!

    Come off your high horse JLo and get over your bad self! Lord knows we have~

  25. SolitaryAngel says:

    I thought it was common knowledge that she had IVF too! You know, like Demi’s plastic surgery. 😉

  26. BitterBetty says:

    She’s just attention whoring because her shit stain excuse of an album is flopping much like the rest of her career.

    I think I’m going to ignore her from now on.

  27. jennab says:

    first off, i like how people find the catholic church any easy target for allegedly being strict and judgemental against all forms of science. Dont be stupid educate yourself before you start pointing fingers. back to j-ho.

    i recall watching Dayonara (sp) on cristina, n she said that j-ho would call at all hours at their home n ahole marc would just drop everything to make himself available to her. she said she had a bad feeling about her their so called friendship. and we all know she did iv, come on and she’s so pretentious and ignorant and mediocre as an actress, singer and dancer. it’s all right to be in you’re 20’s and shaking yo big o’ass but at 40 it just looks clownish. she does not have the body to carry it off. btw i’m catholic and i’m all for same sex marriage and the death penalty, and yes i do think abortion is a sin but i’m going to judge you for it. that’s up to you and whatever deity or greater power you believe in.

  28. N says:

    Who do I think betrayed her, probably her first husband. You know, the one who wants to write a tell all book about her and release those naked photos of the two of them.

  29. Sigh. says:

    She is hispanic and was over 35 when she conceived, 2 common factors of multiple birth (“ethnicity” and age) so the twins could be “au naturalle.” Thing is, either way, SO WHAT?

    What I am AMAZED by is how she took having our first female hispanic Supreme Court Justice and TOTALLY MADE IT ABOUT HERSELF.


  30. Alarmjaguar says:

    Uh jennab how do you know I’m not educated about the Catholic Church. I applaud them for their stance on most scientific issues like evolution, but they are against in vitro and birth control, so I’m not really sure why you have a problem with my statement. It is fact.

  31. catherine says:

    God -is this woman delusional or what?
    Shes too ‘traditional’ to have in vitro and yet has been married 3 times and has apparently cheated on a couple of them.
    She think that her 2 movies Maid in Manhattan and Monster in Law were hits because of her?
    Ive got news for her-it was the rest of the cast in both cases and had nothing to do with her extremely limited acting abilites.
    She thinks people still want to listen to her ‘singing’ at age 40?
    I agree that talented artists in both film and music are timeless-unfortunately she is not one of them.
    I would suggest that she shuts up,sits in Long Island with the twins that she apparently wanted so much that she was thinking about an Oscar she believes shes should have been awarded the day after they were born(!) and lets Marc Anthony-the talented one in the family bring home the bacon….
    One other thing-she should also be grateful for the invention of Photoshop-look at those photos-some of them look nothing like her!
    I used to think that physically she was a beautiful woman but something inside of her makes her ugly and I still believe that but added to that I see desperation…

  32. Laura says:

    Yeah, it seems likely that she is splitting hairs with her answers… “I haven’t had in vitro”, but I would bet she did use expensive fertility treatments. I mean, she’s forty. It’s hard to get pregnant at that age and women who use fertility treatments are very likely to have multiples when they do get pregnant. So it seems like she is implying she got pregnant “naturally” by saying she didn’t have in vitro, but she most probably went to some fertility doctors and clinics and what-not.
    Just my two cents.
    I’m not a J-Lo fan, don’t like her music, style, movies… anything, really. But her and M-Anth seem good together, so hopefully they’ll keep nesting and stay out of everyone’s hair.

    LOUBATON is like the WORST SONG EVER though, and I am glad it’s not getting any radio play… I had to YouTube that shit and turned it off almost immediately. Blech.

  33. Goddess711 says:

    Traditional? Yeah, those one piece bodysuits she’s been wearing not to mention doing married guys/ marrying a divorced guy with kids, yeah, standard traditionalist moves.

  34. canadianchick says:

    Jlo needs to dress her age. I know a lot of Catholics who have quietly done in vitro because they feel God made the technology available to them and so why not use it same way they’d use other medical technology for healh problems.Her hubby could use some progesterone pills from the fertility doc as he is still way too skinny.

  35. Tia C says:

    “…women in their 30’s go into a stage where their bodies want to hurry up and reproduce so they start kicking out more eggs to make that possible.”

    Novaraen – Um, really?? I’ve always understood that after 35, the production of eggs decreases. Hence the need for women in that age group who want to become pregnant to have fertility treatments. Just sayin…

    And yes, rumors were rampant about J. Lo and her desperation to conceive. No doubt it was anything but “traditional.”

  36. lucy2 says:

    If she did or didn’t do in vitro, who cares, that’s her personal medical business and she doesn’t need to be discussing it at all. She could have said just said it will either happen or it won’t, which is fine, but to go on about how she believes in God and is “traditional” for reasons why not is pretty insulting to others who do use in vitro, as if they couldn’t possibly do both.
    Monster In Law is probably one of the worst movies I’ve seen (I only watched it because Vartan is cute). The only layers it has are layers of crap, covered with layers of garbage. Really, it was horrible.
    Every time I think I can’t possibly like her LESS, she gives reason to.

    I have to laugh like you all about the “traditional” thing – like you’ve said, she’s on marriage #3 with a guy who dumped his wife and kids for her (plus wasn’t she engaged a few times too?). It’s usually the people who feel the need to shout about their values who don’t really live up to them.
    I too know someone who is a staunch defender of “traditional marriage”. Divorced THREE times, yet feels she can tell other people who they can and can’t marry.

  37. Jaded says:

    If she’s so bloody traditional why was she with Diddy when he was clearly in another long-time relationship….with children to boot. She’s just a hypocrite.

  38. Trillion says:

    So her traditions haven’t caught up with science yet. Who gives a shit.

  39. Emily says:

    Things I am laughing at:

    1.Maid in Manhattan is layered. With what, fairy floss?
    2. She’s apparently traditional-in that case, she should still be on her first marriage.
    3. She thinks she’s still relevent.
    4. The phrase “hyper J.Lo”. Although that’s also all kinds of scary, too.

  40. snowball says:

    Ooh, she’s swearing a lot. She’s really dope.

    Yep, it looks like she thinks she’s going to be competing with Megan Fox and Meryl Streep for roles now. Because she’s versatile like that.

  41. KateNonymous says:

    “I mean, she’s forty. It’s hard to get pregnant at that age”

    @Laura, it CAN be hard, and statistically is less likely to be easy than for a younger woman. But it’s not hard for everyone–it depends on the woman.

    I’m not really concerned with whether or not Jennifer Lopez had in vitro. I mean, the babies are babies either way, right? I do think her attitude about it is pretty rude. It’s one thing to have an opinion on what is right for you. It’s another to cast aspersions on people who chose a different path.

  42. DD says:

    It used to be so rare for people to have twins. Most of the recent births in hollywood now are twins. We’re supposed to believe that it is a mere coincidence? If JLo did take fertility drugs or invitro which i’m pretty confident she did, she should be ashamed for being a hypocrite.

    And if she did conceive strictly in the “traditional” way, she should still be ashamed because I bet you if the traditional way wasn’t working, she would’ve. Walk in others’ shoes first.

  43. DD says:

    oh and that loboutin song… it sounds like nails scratching a chalkboard, nice comeback.

  44. Cinderella says:

    All of her idiotic, contradictory statements aren’t going to make her movie release any more appealing.

  45. Dromedary says:

    Speaking as someone who has had several unsuccessful IVFs, there have been rumors circulating in the infertility world since 2005 about JLo having treatments, hearsay about which doctor she went to. Ditto for Julia Roberts, for that matter. Sure, they are just rumors, but these two cases I believe be true.

    People suffering from infertility can find it very helpful when someone in the spotlight shares their stories (Brooke Shields has done a tremendous amount for this cause). Maybe JLo just had intrauterine inseminations (IUIs); that can cause multiples too, is done at the same clinics using the same drugs. I never liked JLo anyway and this comment makes me dislike her even more. Bleh.

    @dude: It’s incredibly hard to adopt! And is often 2-3 times as expensive. I’m an adoptive parent, and am so happy to be, of course… but damn it ain’t easy to adopt! Don’t be so quick to judge the motives of those who choose fertility treatments.

  46. Rosanna says:

    I understand her perspective. People can be “traditional” without it being equated to “a particular religion”, for one. I too think that in vitro is something bigger than a divorce, or cheating, or being cheated on. Actually the whole reason I am not against LGBT relationships is that I consider being gay as a “natural” condition that should be accepted rather than fixed, and so should age.

  47. lola lola says:

    This woman is such a liar. Someone should slap her silly.

  48. EMV says:

    Did she forget God made the men and women doctors for a reason? How can she not believe in invitro and believe in any other type of medical procedure or therapy? It’s like saying if I get cancer I’ll just let it be since that’s the card I was dealt…please get off your moral high horse and put some clothes on.

  49. BReed says:

    She portayed a decent “Selena”….other than that everything she has done is very forgettable.

  50. Linda says:

    I think the traditional woman has had a little breast augmentation.

  51. tess says:

    sing it dromedary and linda!

    and linda…can we add rhinoplasty to the list?

    so if jlo is diagnosed with cancer…she will decline chemo or radiation treatments because it is up to God if she lives or not?

  52. westender says:

    I wonder how “traditional” she would look without make-up and photoshop?

  53. jane says:

    Well, to those that are religious, this reminds me of the story about the man who didn’t want to be saved but by God himself. When he finally died, he asked God why didn’t God save him and God replied, “I sent you a boat, a log, (whatever…) but you didn’t want to be saved.” God made humans who turned into doctors who give IVF services. If it wasn’t for these doctors, I wouldn’t have my son right now and I love him dearly! It’s so wonderful to be a mom and I would’ve never known this feeling if it wasn’t for IVF.

  54. JM says:

    Sorry but if you’re this age and never had kids before, twins are a good indicator of something “non-traditional” (eye roll). I’m 40 and over half of my friends who waited to have kids are on fertility treatments. And yes, they all end up with twins.

    It is what it is. . .no need to disguise it.

  55. glowkey says:

    Yeah, she’s traditional only when it suits her purposes – she brings out the traditional card when she’s trying to shoot down all the rumors surrounding the circumstances of her twins, yet nothing else in her life reflects any further adherence to these “traditional beliefs”. Multiple marriages, (presumably) sex outside of marriage when dating Puffy and Affleck, sex scenes/nudity in film (Money Train), etc., etc., etc. These hypocrites are why everyone finds it so easy to pick on those who do claim to be religious because they only get preachy when it suits their needs.

    This is 2010; why are we even talking about “J.Lo”?? (or, as Jamie Foxx once put it, “I knew her back before “J. Lo”…back when it was just “hey, ho!”)

  56. Pete says:

    Having a child the traditional way = pushing it out of your pelvis, no c-section.

  57. Kat says:

    Retire, Bitch.

  58. amanda-jane says:

    My god too traditional for IVF my god who does she think she is, I had fertility treatment for my son and after 8 miscarriages have another one on the way through treatment, I am a catholic, but I also know that god didn’t put brains in doctors heads for them to not think of these things to help people like myself. I am very grateful for fertility treatments it helps millions of couples all around the world.

  59. Cindy Kennedy says:

    J Lo does not need to comment on how other people conceive their children. Or on how she conceived her own children. Her children are no better than children conceived through in vitro. She needs to get a grip. I bet she would do in vitro in a heartbeat, if it was a choice between that and being childless.

  60. Gigohead says:

    She probably did Clomid to get those twins. I’m sorry but you don’t pop out eggs at 35 at our age an old hen. When I was trying to conceive my son last year I was 39 and there were a few months that I didn’t even ovulate!! I got lucky and scored with my son. It wasn’t easy. I think JLo is doing a disservice to women in general by not being honest. I think I would be more apt to liking her if I knew she was having the same struggles as I was instead she wants to come off as some superwoman and of course, I’m turned off.

    JLo needs to be media trained. What seems to be coming out of her mouth is total garbage.

    Just take the pictures honey,,and smile.

  61. Mc says:

    Yes it does look like she’s had a little augmentation along with her new nose. She’s a waste of human flesh.

  62. Alex Esparza says:

    I remember seeing an interview in People with her and her husband, with the twins on display. Her comment on bottle-feeding vs. breastfeeding was that her mother bottle fed so she didn’t even consider breastfeeding.

    I wonder what she thinks is the reason God gave her those milk-producing mammary glands?

  63. la chica says:

    aging narcissists can be so pathetic.

  64. Dhavy says:

    she had her lips done before she became the embarrasment of latinos and if you watch her old dancing she had thunder thighs so a little work is an understatement.
    I dont understand why all of a sudden shes ms catholic and traditional when she was testing the waters for scientology hence the whole hanging out phase with Tom Cruise and the puppet wife. the reason why it stopped was because hubby said no no.
    she should just dissapear from the whole scene. She has no talent and she is a has been whose only talent was shakin her big rear which apparently doesnt exist anymore.
    I guess she still wants to prove shes Jenny from the block

  65. L says:

    @tia 35 is the the so called ‘magic’ number of fertility, since alot of pregnancy risks on average skyrocket at that age. However, as a woman approaches her mid-30’s, the body will trigger and will often release more than one egg during an ovulation. Some women will have ovulations without any release of an egg around that age, which is why the number of women having fertility issues increase at that age.

    Plus a woman’s body doesn’t produce eggs into her 30’s. Once you hit puberty your ovaries have the set number that they have and that’s it. The body doesn’t make any more.

  66. i have never commented on a post before, but i feel strongly about some of the information here. I am a 41 year old woman, and have 4 children. I gave birth to a set of fraternal twins this past spring, with no medical intervention for conception.

    After having two normal pregnancies/births and consequently trying to conceive for a year, i was diagnosed with secondary infertility. my husband and i decided that maybe two children was what life was going to offer us, and that we shouldn’t dwell on it, as it was devastating me to continuously have a negative test. our fertility specialist told me i had a less than 10% chance of conceiving naturally. within a month of our decision, i became pregnant- with twins, all on our own! i was overjoyed, but very confused- what happened? the answer: as a women approaches peri-menopause, her body does try to release more eggs during ovulation to increase any chance of pregnancy. that is exactly what happened to me.

    as for fraternal twins- they are the most common kind of twin(50% of all twin conceptions)regardless of whatever method is used. ours are also girl/boy. only 25% of twins are identical(25% g/g, 25% b/b),and there does seem to be a genetic proclivity for identical twins to run in some families.

    as far as c sections are concerned, although my previous pregnancies had healthy natural deliveries, i was advised to do a section b/c many twin deliveries have complications after the first twin is delivered- especially if the first was the larger of the two babies. it is not unheard of for the second baby to spin into a breech position, or for the cord to fall into the canal- very dangerous. either of these things will result in an emergency section – with a lot less under anyone’s control. so, a section with twins is not usually a vanity issue, but a pragmatic one.

    i hope this information helps. i know there are a lot of women out there who have successfully delivered twins without a c-section, and it certainly can be done. i just wanted to give a different perspective, and also one from someone who is of “advanced maternal age”. God bless everyone who is trying to conceive- i hope your dreams become a reality.

  67. Laurrie says:

    Sometimes I feel like shoving a Louboutin into this superficial cow’s throat. STFU Jennifer.
    Traditional my butt. She is as traditional as Nicole Kidman is ‘natural’.

  68. bella says:

    I wish good thoughts to all the women struggling with fertility issues, and please know you are in my prayers. My husband and I wanted children together (I have 2 from my previous marriage, he has 1 from his), but after years of marriage with no baby, we decided it wasn’t meant to be. A little over a year ago, we found out I was pregnant (at age 39). Our little boy just turned 7 months old and he is perfectly healthy. Please don’t give up. And don’t listen to anyone who is critical of the methods you use (or don’t use) to get pregnant.

  69. Karma says:

    She says she’s Catholic, but what she really practices is Santeria, a religion similar to vodoo. People laughed at her first ex-husband for trying to come public with her secrets, and yes, he was probably trying to get money out of her, but he was telling the truth.There is nothing traditional about Jennifer Lopez. People would stay away from her if they only knew.

  70. Carol says:

    My favorite part of this interview is her comments regarding Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. I think the confirmation vote might have gone differently if the senators knew J.Lo was her mentor.

    Deluded much?

  71. Ally says:

    I’ve always wanted to see Maid in Manhattan for Ralph Fiennes, but I cringe so hard I can’t watch more than 2 minutes before changing the channel. Argh. All I can think is, “Poor Ralph!”

    So, yes, layered cringe maybe.

  72. Cindy Kennedy says:

    J Lo seems to think people use IVF because its some new fad or trend. The reality is, people resort to IVF because of serious and painful infertility issues.

    Her comments just reveal how empty headed and shallow she really is.

  73. Ruffian9 says:

    Bull. F__king. Shit. On pretty much everything she says. I haven’t liked her since Out Of Sight. Fake fake fake fake.

  74. Ruffian9 says:

    Actually, L:, Females have all the eggs they will ever have before they are even born.

  75. Ana says:

    It is possible that she got pregnant on her own, although I don’t believe it.

    She seems too impatient to wait. I think she used drugs. I think a lot of celebrities use them and lie. It’s just not normal to have that many twins in Hollywood.

    Rebecca and Jerry
    Jennifer and Skeletor
    Brad and Angelina
    Charlie Sheen and Brooke

    There are more. I think it’s insulting to deny it. There should be no shame.

  76. Amrisha says:

    first of all..nobody has a copyright to decide the meaning of Traditional…i believe whatever she does,does from her true heart.and i truly disagree any bullshits about her.
    From everythinr apart,nobody else have enough calibure to be Jennifer why these nonsense!!

  77. Alma Sanchez says:

    there is no way she got this babes by herself, I just when to a infertility clinic and I am almost 40 and Latina and can get preg, she got help there is no way she did it by her self. what piss me off is that they she say (I’m traditional) and people like me that goes true the proces of getting prego, know that this is imposable alone, not to mentioned the risk of the babes having problems at at birt. she had to had help, Jello girl please say the true no one care if you did just don’t lie it make you look like a total b. so she thinks she is special, and not like everybody elsa but no we know she lies.

  78. you must all love her coz you write bad stuff bout her i love her

  79. y do people right their stories on here?