The National Enquirer reports Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez have to reshoot sex scenes for the movie ‘Jersey Girl’ because test audiences aren’t finding their relationship believable. The movie producers are asking that Ben and Jen turn up the Sex-O-Meter for the new scenes. The reshoots will cost the company about $3 million.
Jennifer Lopez Forgets The Little People
March 28, 2003 – WENN reports ‘In Living Color’ writer Robert Schimmel recently had a reunion with Jennifer, but the TV show’s dancer turned diva had no idea who he was. “I said, ‘Do you know me?! You ate, like, lunch and dinner with me for a year during ‘In Living Color’.'” And she said, ‘I don’t remember anybody from In Living Color.'” Schimmel says he replied, “Well, I’d get a checkup if I were you, because that wasn’t too long ago, and if you can’t remember that it could be the beginning of Alzheimer’s disease.”
J.Lo Upset With Ben’s Wedding Gift
March 28, 2003 – Conan O’Brien joked during his Late Night monologue last night, “It’s been reported that Ben Affleck is learning Spanish as a wedding gift to Jennifer Lopez. That’s true. Apparently, Lopez is upset ’cause she wanted something she could return after the divorce.”
J.Lo Records Duet With U2’s Bono
March 27, 2003 – Launch.com reports Jennifer Lopez revealed during a recent Internet chat on her official website that she has recorded a duet with U2 frontman Bono. “I did a song with Bono and haven’t released it yet,” Lopez said. “We were waiting for the right timing to release it, and haven’t released it yet, so it would be great if that saw the light of day one day.” There’s no official word on whether the duet with Bono will be released.
Ben Affleck Learns Spanish On The Fly
March 25, 2003 – A source tells Jeannette Walls of MSNBC.com that Ben has been learning Spanish to please his future wife Jennifer Lopez. The source says J.Lo’s relatives speak Spanish around the house, “and now Ben can join in on the conversation.”
75th Annual Academy Awards
March 25, 2003 – Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek, Queen Latifah, and the members of U2 were amongst the stars on hand at the 75th Annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theater on Sunday (March 23) in Hollywood, California.