The New York Daily News reports Fred Segal Beauty at the Village at the Lift has been giving away massages and makeovers to visiting celebrities during the Sundance Film Festival. When Jennifer Lopez found out, the diva made an appointment for Friday – and, a source says, her handlers insisted the entire spa be closed for two hours for her exclusive use. Diva gets her wish, as they agreed to her demand.
Us Weekly Cut Out Of Ben Affleck & Jennifer Lopez Circle
January 19, 2003 – The New York Post reports Us Weekly looks to have lost its cozy relationship with Jennifer and fiance Ben after the mag was shut out Friday night from the premiere party for the next series of Ben’s ‘Project Greenlight’ at the Sundance Film Festival. A source says Ben is “massively pissed” at Us over a recent item they ran. “HBO was happy to let them in, but Ben Affleck’s publicist personally put the kibosh on Us Weekly attending,” explained a source.
J.Lo’s Lavish Live On Display
January 17, 2003 – Entertainment Tonight has an exclusive peek at the Jennifer Lopez VH1 special, ‘The Fabulous Life of Jennifer Lopez’, featuring all of her pricey toys. Included in J.Lo’s luxuries are her favorite face cream, which costs a cool $1,000 a bottle, $5,000 bottles of Cristal champagne, a $15,000 haircut she paid her famed hairstylist Oribe to do before her wedding, and $4,000-a-day hotels. Catch the special on VH1 on January 17th at 11 p.m.
Jennifer Lopez Phones Into Rick Dees Show
January 17, 2003 – Jennifer phoned into the Rick Dees show in KIIS FM. She was in Colorado for the Sundance Film Festival. J.Lo says she’s not a cold-weather person, preferring it warm, and she isn’t going to try skiing. Lopez says she wants her new video to be a big dance video, and she’ll be rehearsing for it soon. Rick was gushing about the hook in ‘Jenny From The Block’, but apparently didn’t realize it was stolen from the Beatnuts. Rick wants Lopez to release ‘Loving You’ next off of ‘This Is Me… Then’. Lopez is happy about the success of ‘Maid in Manhattan’, which has netted almost $100 million at the box office. Audio has since been removed.