The Enquirer reports that Jennifer Lopez’s wax figure at Madame Tussaud’s in New York City recently had “surgery” on her backside, shaving 10 pounds off her butt. The singer demanded that sculptors shave size off the true to life figure’s behind, and while the artists initially said no, the demanding diva got her way.
Manager & Agent Didn’t See Jennifer Lopez Firing Coming
June 13, 2003 – Craig Kilborn joked during his Late Late Show monologue on Thursday, “J.Lo fired both her manager and agent today. The manager and agent said that they didn’t know it was coming because she didn’t marry them first.”
J.Lo To Seek Career Guidance From Tommy Mottola?
June 12, 2003 – HitsDailyDouble.com reports that as Jennifer Lopez gives manager Benny Medina his walking papers, speculation is building that sacked Sony Music boss Tommy Mottola may play a part in her career going forward.
Will S.Do Take On J.Lo?
June 12, 2003 – After watching Shannen Doherty in 1997’s rockin’ revamp of ‘All About Eve, Friends ‘Til the End’, TV Guide Online asked the actress if she had Jennifer Lopez type aspirations of jumping from acting to singing. “I’d love to,” Doherty responded, laughing. “But there’ve only been a few actresses who have done it and been successful… like Jennifer Lopez. You don’t really get an opportunity to be criticized fairly; it’s like, ‘Oh, another actress thinking she can sing’.”
New Manager, New Image For Jennifer Lopez?
June 11, 2003 – Jeannette Walls of MSNBC.com spoke with insiders following Jennifer’s moves to sack her agency Endeavor and longtime manager Benny Medina. “This is definitely an attempt to clean up her image,” said a source. “And she has some serious cleaning to do and she’s running out of people in Hollywood to do it for her.”
J.Lo Departs Endeavor After Less Than Eight Months
June 11, 2003 – According to the Hollywood Reporter, Jennifer Lopez is departing her agency Endeavor which took her on as a client less than eight months ago. “Endeavor has parted company with Jennifer Lopez,” the Endeavor partners confirmed in a statement. “Jennifer is an incredibly talented actress and a good friend, and we wish her much continued success. However, as an agency, we were no longer able to work with her manager Benny Medina. We thought it best for Jennifer and Endeavor that we part company at this time.”