Jennifer Lopez: Divorce was a tremendous low


In an interview with People magazine, Jennifer Lopez, who has been married three times, has admitted that her divorce from Marc Anthony was a “tremendous low” in her life and that it made her reevaluate her view of relationships.

“I went through a tremendous low, but I wouldn’t change anything about my past because it made me who I am,” the singer said.

“As women, we can sometimes give ourselves away. I was certainly guilty of that for some time. Now I realize I am good on my own, so now I can share my life with somebody,” she added.

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6 responses to “Jennifer Lopez: Divorce was a tremendous low”

  1. Jen says:

    Children teach us about unconditional love, but choosing to love our spouses is the other side of that same coin. When the romance dies down (as it does for us all), you have to choose to love your spouse, and to forgive him/her each and every day, as they have to choose to love and forgive you, too. This is mature, self-giving love, and it’s more beautiful than romance. It’s something you earn together. She’s missing half the picture.

  2. John says:

    Glad for J.Lo, she truly deserves this award. She has had a hit in every decade since the 1990s, starting with “If You Had My Love” in 1999 and most recently having had “Dance Again” in 2012. Hope her new album allows her to continue to top the charts and make music for years to come. We love you J.Lo. Would also love a Christmas album from you to add to the collection.

  3. Elena says:

    When will American Idol and JLo just go away? Can she even sing LIVE? Also, JLo, please don’t remind u of your marriage to Skeleton. He is such a pompous jerk. I work at an entertainment venue and he was, WITHOUT a doubt, one of the rudest, most demanding people we’ve ever had! I have since heard this from others in the industry. We still all discuss his “demands” and temper tantrums! What a jerk!

  4. Sunny says:

    She not perfect and she doesn’t attempt to craft the image of perfect and that’s what I love about her. She doesn’t try to become the woman we all envy, she comes off as a young woman who could be your best friend, the person that you do stupid things with neither of you have to worry about being embarrassed. She said that “it’s beautiful when you watch something good happen to somebody when it’s well deserved,” and that is the way I feel about both Lupita and Jennifer. They are both incredible role models for young women.

  5. Jen says:

    ‘Now I realize I am good on my own, so now I can share my life with somebody.’ When exactly have you spent 5 minutes alone between relationships?? I doubt she truly understand what it means to be alone.

  6. Maya says:

    I know this is going to sound really b*tchy, but isn’t this basically the same interview she gives after every break-up….her first marriage (think his name was Ojani), Sean Combs, Chris Judd, Ben Affleck and now Marc Anthony. It’s always the same “the break up was hard, I learned a lot about myself, I won’t make the same mistakes so now I’m in a good relationship (because she seems to move on in a nanosecond). Seriously, only the names and dates change, the rest is the same – she may as well have a script.