In spite of these injuries, Jennifer Lopez was aware of the fact that she needed to make an impact with her raunchy fashion sense and her provocative dancing. She knew that comedy alone couldn’t get her through.
She declared, “I’m not going to try to be a comedian. I’m just going to play to my strengths. I’m a singer, I’m a dancer and I’m a performer. I’ve always wanted to be a singer and a dancer and an actress since I was very young.” Meanwhile, Jennifer Lopez is quite excited about kicking off her Las Vegas residency in the city’s Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino later this year.
In other news, Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. will return as judges in the upcoming season of American Idol. The ratings might witness a rebound for the last season or on the other hand, it might imply that Fox should have ended the show last season and given up on it.
Meanwhile, Lopez plays police detective Harlee Santos in Shades of Blue, where her character has been forced to turn into an FBI informant against her twisted colleagues.
From the looks of it, NBC is attempting a Sopranos style saga which breaks the broadcast cop-show formula. It all depends whether people admire Lopez in this show or consider this suffering to be rather compelling in nature.
Stay tuned for more updates and information on Jennifer Lopez!