Jennifer Lopez Hub
There was an abundance of dancing on late night TV last night.
On The Late Show with Seth Meyers, Lena Dunham took to the stage to do an interpretive dance to Sia's "Chandelier" while a woman who was presumably Sia (doing her not-showing-my-face thing) slept in a bunk bed.
Meanwhile, on The Tonight Show, J Lo lashed out at that "little bitch" Jimmy Fallon for encroaching on her tight pants territory.
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Jennifer Lopez also received a special GLAAD award at the organization's Los Angeles ceremony. Actress and Rita Moreno presented Lopez with the Vanguard Award. Lopez's show The Fosters, was also recognized as Outstanding Drama of the Year.
Lopez spoke about her gay aunt during the speech:
"I've always felt a tremendous love from the LGBT community and the LGBT community has always supported me and returned that love...Marisa was my cool aunt. She was my mom's older sister and she lived in New York City. I lived in the Bronx and she lived in Manhattan, it was like worlds away! She wanted to be an actress and I always wanted to be like her. Marisa grew up gay in a time when it meant life could be very difficult and that her struggles were mostly kept to herself. It wasn't until I got older that I really began to know and appreciate the difficulties she dealt with and the struggles of her community. I also realized the quiet lessons I had learned from my family of tolerance and acceptance."
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Jennifer Lopes and her posse didn't like any of the cuddly ideas suggested for her new video "I Luh Ya Papi" so she took the wise route.
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J Lo slays a tribute to Cuban salsa legend Celia Cruz at the American Music Awards.
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Rosie O'Donnell has announced she will be joining ABC Family's The Fosters, the new Jennifer Lopez-produced show centering around a multiethnic family of foster and biological kids being raised by lesbian parents. The Hollywood Reporter has the details:
O'Donnell, who is a foster and adoptive mother, will play Rita Hendricks, a tough yet compassionate woman who works for the foster care system and becomes a mentor to a member of the Foster family.
She'll appear in three episodes when the second half of the show's freshman season returns in January. Production will resume in October. [...]
"I am thrilled to be a part of this wonderful, heartwarming show. My kids an I never miss it," O'Donnell said.
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