Diddy’s Mom Denies Beef With Jennifer Lopez

The New York Post reports Janice Combs is upset over an InStyle magazine report claiming she hated her son Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs’ former girlfriend Jennifer Lopez. “InStyle printed something that said I told my son, if he ever speaks with [Lopez] again I would have nothing to do with him,” Janice said. “That is not true. I never would have said that. I loved Jennifer a lot. I have nothing wrong to say about her. She is a decent, focused young lady.” Puffy, who hasn’t spoken with J.Lo “in a while,” added: “I was not here for her fashion show, but if I had been here, I would have gone and supported her.”

J.Lo And Marc Anthony Celebrate First Wedding Anniversary

June 5, 2005 – The New York Daily News profiled Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony as their marriage hits its first wedding anniversary today. Joe Dziemianocwicz and Michele Ingrassia write, “…instead of dancing ’til dawn, Lola and Papi claim to cocoon with his (visiting) kids and her (resident) dogs. He paints (including, according to WWD, a rear-view nude of J-Lo that hangs in their LA home) and she tries (though, as she told David Letterman, everything somehow turns to gray).”

Jennifer Lopez Leaving Cap d’Antibes Hotel

May 30, 2005 – Jennifer was photographed leaving the Eden Roc Hotel in Cap d’Antibes, southern France, after a photo shoot with French photographer Patrick Demarchelier for the next Pirelli calendar on Wednesday (May 25).

Jennifer Lopez And Richard Gere Sequel In The Works

May 28, 2005 – Jennifer tells Neil Sean of Sky News she plans on working with her ‘Shall We Dance?’ co-star Richard Gere again. “I have the perfect script and this time,” she said. “The roles are darker, but still with a fun element. I like Richard – I think we gel well on screen.”

J.Lo And Marc Anthony Attend Mets Vs. Yankees Game

May 26, 2005 – Jennifer Lopez and hubby Marc Anthony were on hand for the New York Mets game against the New York Yankees on Saturday (May 21) at Shea Stadium in the Flushing neighborhood of New York City. The Mets defeated the Yankees 7-1. Anthony threw out the ceremonial first pitch. Check out pictures from GettyImages.

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