March 10, 2014 at 05:48PM EDT by Marnie Brodersen
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Rumors of diva-dom (just go with it)
continue to plagueAmerican Idol judgeJennifer Lopez. Starmagazine previously reported there’s
been feuding going on between the preternaturally preserved J.Lo and man of the
hour Harry Connick,
RumorFix contacted Harry’s people, however, and was
told this was much ado about nothing. According to Harsh Harry’s rep, “This
couldn’t be farther from the truth. Harry has said repeatedly in every
interview he’s done how much he adores Jen and respects her. It’s also evident
in what you see firsthand on the show. This is a silly, factually inaccurate,
made up story.”
Jennifer’s people are likely eager to quash all these types of stories too, as
it was only recently that Rosie Perez penned a
tell-all book in which she touched on working with J.Lo during their days on In
Living Color. According to the actress and choreographer, Jen dropped her
“sweet-girl act” and “went off like some ghetto biatch, screaming and pounding
Music website Classicalite is back with new claims, which
reportedly also stem from Star magazine. The problem
supposedly started with diva demands made before Season 13 began. According to
the source, Jennifer said she would only come back to the show if she were the
only woman on the panel, as she didn’t want to share the spotlight. However,
the source claims she obviously hadn’t factored in Harry’s immense popularity.
Jennifer “can’t stand him, and she thinks Harry is one of the most childish
grown men she’s ever met,” the source continued. “She thinks he's immature and
lame, and she only talks to him if she has to."
The source claims J.Lo’s sweet, TV persona is a complete facade, adding, “J-Lo
may be great at masking her feelings on camera, but behind the scenes she is
definitely still a diva."
What do you think? Is this a bunch of bunk or a case of “where there’s
smoke, there’s fire”? Sound off in the comments!
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