Access Hollywood spoke with stars about how they deal with relentless paparazzi who seem to have no regard for their privacy. Jennifer Lopez said, “It’s a weird thing. They really don’t have any regard that you’re a human being and you don’t like being screamed at. This can certainly freak you out.” Ricky Martin fumed, “You just have to pray for those souls all the time and pray for them to get a life instead of living mine.”
Jennifer Lopez ‘J Lo’ Review
May 2, 2002 – Reviewer: Jennifer Anderson: It’s an absolutely terrible CD i thought. Maybe although ‘Love Don’t Cost A Thing’ is good. She was a thief all the way. She stole ‘I’m Real’ from Mariah (It was unbelievable that such a poor single that J Lo. performed could top the Billboard chart for several weeks!) and stole the chorus of ‘Ain’t It Funny’ to use it in her newest single ‘I’m Gonna Be Alright’. She’s a terrible B***ch and sick woman! And of course, I was ashamed that I have the same name with her.
Marc Anthony Jokingly Mistaken For Ricky Martin In TV Ad
Marc Anthony is taking part in a television commercial for the popular “I Love New York” advertising campaign in which he gets mistaken for another Latin pop sensation. During the 60-second commercial, a fan on the street says, “I know you. Ricky Martin, Ricky Martin, that’s you!” Gov. George Pataki said, “He’s a great star and not only that, it’s just wonderful the way he’s willing to allow people to poke a little fun at him in the ad.”
Ricky Martin Fan Gets Kissed In New York
Ricky Martin’s official message board member ‘ItsMeTammy’ posted a photo of Ricky Martin kissing her during his visit to New York on Friday. Tammy says, “He was an absolute darling! He looked really good,” adding “And he was in good spirits. He was very enthusiastic and charming.” Meanwhile, in a separate posting, Tammy says that Ricky revealed that his new album will drop in September and that he’d be doing promotions around then.
Students Swarm Around Principal Ricky Martin
The New York Post reports students at Adlai Stevenson HS yesterday had to be held back by cops when Ricky Martin arrived to be the school’s teacher for a day in the annual citywide event held by the nonprofit group PENCIL to meld the private world with public schools. Martin signed autographs, visited classrooms, and provided the day’s announcements over the school’s loudspeaker.