JLo dotes on her kids admist diva success
When it comes to her twins, Jennifer Lopez is no diva.
Talking to Parade, Lopez says that always attentive to the needs of daughter Emme and son Max (both are approximately two years old), from kisses to snacks.
Lopez makes “sure that they both felt equally loved,” adding, “I guess that’s the toughest part of being a mom to twins.
“I know now that there are more important things in life than acting and singing,” she revealed to Parade, “Becoming a parent and having children does that, it really puts things in perspective for you.”
JLo’s first film in five years, “The Back-up Plan” opened this weekend in second place to an estimated $12.25 million at 3,280 theaters. While the internet has been call the bow quite low for JLo, the opening is right in line with what her previous romantic comedies have made, i.e. 2001’s The Wedding Planner ($13.5 million) and 2004’s Shall We Dance ($11.8 million). CBS Films, the film’s distributor, forecasts that the film will fare well with women in weeks to come as more fan boy films such as “Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Iron Man 2” arrive in the multiplexes.
In addition, People magazine via the “Ellen DeGeneres Show,” reports that Lopez and “Glee” creator have been in talks for her to guest-star on Fox’s “Glee,” of which the actress is a big fan. Murphy wants Lopez to play a cafeteria lady at the singing high school, where she’ll get a makeover by Chris Colfer’s character Kurt.