Jennifer Lopez Furious With Ben Affleck

The Sun reports a furious Jennifer Lopez screamed at fiance Ben Affleck on the set of Ben’s new movie ‘Paycheck’. J.Lo marched Ben to his trailer as the movie crew heard shouting inside before Lopez stormed out screaming into her cell phone. J.Lo’s pals say that Ben’s co-star Uma Thurman is making the singer/actress feel threatened, especially considering ex boyfriend Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs cheated on her in the past.

J.Lo’s Career-Maker With Ja Rule Almost Didn’t Happen

June 4, 2003 – Roger Friedman of has more details on the contentious lawsuit which TVT Records recently won against Def Jam, including how the ‘I’m Real’ track Jennifer Lopez did with Ja Rule, much to Mariah Carey’s ire, happened. Def Jam president Lyor Cohen revealed in court testimony, “Irv [Gotti] in the middle of [recording a] Ja Rule album went and was asked to do a record for J.Lo. And then he put Ja Rule on it, stripped Ja Rule on it. And I said, you know, this could be devastating to our release. I don’t think you should do this. He went ahead and did it anyhow. I did send Epic [J.Lo’s label, overseen by Tommy Mottola] a letter not to allow them to do it.” After presumable pressure by Mottola to release the track, the project proceeded, and Mariah had to scrap everything she’d done at the last minute. Read more.

Jennifer Lopez’s Latest Role: Ben Affleck’s Acting Coach

June 4, 2003 – An insider tells’s Jeannette Walls that Jennifer is now helping fiance Ben Affleck with his acting skills. “She was watching the dailies and calling Jenno Topping, who’s a producer on Ben’s movie [‘Surviving Christmas’], and telling Jenno what to tell Ben, how to get a better performance of him,” the insider revealed. “It was driving people crazy.”

Jennifer Lopez Wouldn’t Baby Shop Early In Pregnancy

June 3, 2003 – The Las Vegas Sun reports that in an interview to be broadcast Thursday on Boston JAM’N 94.5-FM, Jennifer responded to reports that she and Ben Affleck were shopping for baby clothes in Sin City. “You know us Latinos, if I was pregnant I wouldn’t buy anything until I was like six or seven months or until the baby was born,” she said. “We’re very superstitious.” She said the toddler items were for the young children of her sister, Leslie Lopez.

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