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Jennifer Lopez

Where Is Jennifer Lopez From?

Jennifer Lopez is from the Bronx borough of New York City. Her parents are Puerto Rican.

Is Jennifer Lopez Married?

Jennifer Lopez has been married three times. She was most recently engaged to former New York Yankees baseball player Alex Rodriguez in March 2019 after dating for a few years. They confirmed their split in April 2021. Her first marriage was to Ojani Noa, a Cuban waiter, in 1997. They were married for less than a year. Then, Lopez developed a relationship with her former backup dancer Cris Judd. The two married in 2001 and divorced after a little over a year. Lopez got engaged to Ben Affleck in 2002, just a few months after her divorce from Judd, but they broke up in 2004. Lopez married singer Marc Anthony six months after her breakup with Affleck. The couple announced their split in 2011 and divorced in 2014.

How Many Kids Does Jennifer Lopez Have?

Jennifer Lopez is the mother of twins, whom she shares with ex-husband Marc Anthony. Her twins, Max and Emme, were born on Feb. 22, 2008.

What Are Jennifer Lopez’s Most Famous Songs?

Jennifer Lopez's top 10 biggest Billboard hits are as follows:
  1. "I'm Real" feat. Ja Rule
  2. "Ain't It Funny" feat. Ja Rule
  3. "If You Had My Love" feat. LL Cool J
  4. "All I Have" feat. LL Cool J
  5. "On the Floor" feat. Pitbull
  6. "Love Don't Cost a Thing"
  7. "Jenny From the Block"
  8. "I'm Gonna Be Alright"
  9. "Waiting For Tonight"
  10. "Get Right"

What Awards Has Jennifer Lopez Won?

Jennifer Lopez has won various awards including four MTV Video Music Awards, three American Music Awards, a BET Award, and a Billboard Music Award.

What Movies and TV Shows Has Jennifer Lopez Been In?

Jennifer Lopez is known for her roles in films like Selena, Anaconda, Out of Sight, The Wedding Planner, Maid in Manhattan, Monster-in-Law, and Hustlers. Jennifer Lopez's first television role was as a dancer on In Living Color. She also served as a judge on American Idol from 2011 to 2012 and costarred alongside Ray Liotta in the NBC cop drama Shades of Blue.