Jennifer Lopez opens up to Latina magazine about her charity work at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. “It’s an important thing that no matter how much money you have, you can go someplace if your child is sick,” Lopez said. “I don’t like to do my charity work in public.”
Jennifer Lopez’s ‘New’ Song
January 6, 2005 – Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com has everything you’d ever want to know and then some on Jennifer’s new single ‘Get Right’, and the other songs it borrows from. He also weighed in on the new tune, saying, “The new ‘Get Right’ might set a record for the longest intro ever. In fact, the whole ‘song”‘ is an intro. Lopez repeats the chorus (with that shrill Usher horn riff playing behind her) for a full two minutes before she hits the ‘song’ part. And that’s where the problem lies. Unadorned by her usual phalanx of backup singers, Lopez then starts shrieking, or talk-singing, for the remaining one-minute, 45-second melody.” Read more.
Jennifer Lopez Phones Z Morning Zoo
January 6, 2005 – Jennifer phoned into the Elvis Duran and the Z Morning Zoo earlier this week to promote her new single ‘Get Right’ and album ‘Rebirth’. Lopez talked about naming the album, laying low lately, how she looks in great shape on the new video, her mom’s big slot machine win, what she did over the holidays, pregnancy rumors, the TV schedule, collaborations on the new album, and more. Audio has since been removed from z100.com.
Listen To Jennifer Lopez Interview With Kidd Kraddick
January 4, 2005 – Kidd Kraddick in the Morning will replay the Jennifer call on Wednesday morning after 7AM CST, since she called in on Tuesday, a day earlier than planned. Check out a stream at kiddlive.com.
Jennifer Lopez: Don’t Call Me J.Lo
January 4, 2005 – World Entertainment News Network reports that Jennifer doesn’t want to be called “J.Lo”. Lopez explained, “I’m not J.Lo, she’s not a real person. She was just a bit of fun that got really crazy. I’ve never been anyone but Jennifer. I was going to call the album ‘Call Me Jennifer’ because that would be my way of saying goodbye to the whole J.Lo thing. ‘But Rebirth’ is perfect because it means so much more.”