Jennifer Lopez reveals it was ‘nice’ for her to be on ‘American Idol’ as a judge and ‘changed everything’ after giving birth to twins Emme and Max.
Jennifer Lopez as a judge in season 10
I joined American Idol. The singer admitted in her new Netflix documentary Halftime that Idol was her “first big job” since separating from husband Marc Anthony, along with twins Emme and Max, now 14. J. For Lou, being on Idol helped redefine the woman she had become.
In an attempt to create a perfect life, a family life”, she “kind of lost” who she was “as an artist.” She and Mark divorced when Emme and Max were 3 years old. “I was a single mother with two young children,” J. Lo said of her life post-split.
What Jennifer Said About Being on Idol
J. Lou was an American Idol judge for seasons 10 and 11. She left after two seasons but returned for seasons 13, 14, and 15. “I really learned a lot about myself. I had a purpose,” Jennifer said of being on Idol. “And I felt like I had to work more on my acting, more on my singing, more on my dancing. I have to work on everything. I just need to be better in every way.
The Making of the NBC series Shades of Blue
American Idol helped launch the next chapter in Jennifer’s career. He had his first headlining concert tour in 2012 and a Vegas residency from 2016 to 2018. During his Vegas residency, J.Lo produced and starred in the NBC series Shades of Blue.
Jennifer earned her first Golden Globe nomination in 20 years with the release of Hustlers in 2020. In the same year, he played the lead role in the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show alongside Shakira. Halftime is now streaming on Netflix.