Jennifer Lopez Jay Leno

May 11, 2011 by Post Team 

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Jennifer Lopez appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Monday, May 9, 2011 and spoke on Mother’s Day, and American Idol and her new album. Attached is a video of Jennifer Lopez talking to Jay Leno.

Lopez looked extra feminine in a frilly dress with a skirt. Lopez was recently named the world’s most Beauttiful woman by People magazine. Lopez said he was very surprised by the honor, calling it “impressive.” Jennifer Lopez called the most beautiful woman in the world by People magazine

When asked what her favorite part of the body fit and healthy Lopez named her stomach, being flat and concave, other then when she had her twins. He said the hips as your problem area.

Lopez said spend Mother’s Day at home, in bed. His favorite part of the day was when her three-year-old twins brought her a rose. Her husband, Marc Anthony, gave him a card with the words’ most beautiful Mother. ”

He also spoke of her own mother, and a period of time that she and her mother faced the choice Jennfer of a career in show business. Reconciled when Lopez bought tickets for a concert for Mother’s Day.

Jennifer Lopez is one of the three judges of American Idol on Fox TV. Leno asked which of the eliminated contestants missed more. Lopez said she felt worse than the elimination of Casey Abrams, who called a real character. American Idol finalist Casey Abrams speaks with Jay Leno

Member judge, Steven Tyler appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Friday, May 7, 2011. Steven Tyler and Jacob talking to Jay Leno Lusk

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