Jennifer Lopez Talks Biological Clock On ET

spoke with Mary Hart of Entertainment Tonight on Friday, where she addressed recent rumors that she was pregnant and whether she worries about her biological clock. J.Lo said, “I just feel like we’re modern women, you know, we don’t do things like they did a century ago. You know what he mean? Several things have progressed and we realize ourselves more as human beings and the potential that we have. And as far as being able to have children physically, whatever, I mean, i have people in my family aunts, who have given birth in their 40s. And, you know, the kids are living proof, they work with me right now. You know what I mean?” Read on for the story.

Our Mary Hart was first to talk to Jennifer Lopez about her new movie and the pressure of starting a family.

Reporter: Are you aware of a book that came out recently and has really created waves about women waiting too long to have children? Have you thought about that?

Lopez: I just feel like we’re modern women, you know, we don’t do things like they did a century ago. You know what he mean? Several things have progressed and we realize ourselves more as human beings and the potential that we have. And as far as being able to have children physically, whatever, i mean, i have people in my family aunts, who have given birth in their 40s. And, you know, the kids are living proof, they work with me right now. You know what I mean?

Reporter: So you and Chris aren’t suddenly worried?

Lopez: I feel that things will happen naturally in my life when god wills them to.

Reporter: It’s hard to imagine the 31-year-old even having time to start a family. In the last 12 months, Jennifer married Cris Judd, launched a clothing line, opened a restaurant, and her new thriller ‘enough’ hits theaters Wednesday. She stars as a woman who turns the tables on her abusive husband played by Billy Campbell.

Lopez: Me and billy were really beaten up at the end, you know what m mean?

Reporter: How do you pack all that into 12 months?

Lopez: You know, I don’t think about it. You know, I go from project to project. I do what kind of feels natural and organic. And, you know, and i get really impassioned with the things I’m working on. So all of a sudden, a year’s gone by and it’s like, oh, we got a lot done. That’s good.

Reporter: Nobody would ever say, I want to do this, this, this and this and do it all at once like J.Lo. They would be nuts, wouldn’t they?

Lopez: I am nuts. I’m not saying I’m not

Reporter: But J.Lo is also a role model. Her success on the big screen has brought a payday that has reportedly passed $12 million a movie.

Reporter: You have accomplished so many firsts, from being the highest — the first Latina actress to make a million dollars. And that was years ago. I mean, now, you are, forget Latina — you are the, perhaps the, you know, one of the top three highest paid actresses, female actresses, in the world today. How does that feel?

Lopez: I never heard it put to me like that before. Feels pretty good. It feels — it’s a — i guess it’s good that I don’t think about it so much.

Reporter: Plus, you’re still a newlywed. What’s the best part about being a newlywed?

Lopez: Just being a newlywed is the best part of that, you know? You just thank god for every day you have a great friend by your side.

Reporter: Jennifer told Mary that there are two leading men she would really like to work with — Johnny Depp and Jude Law.


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