Jennifer Lopez love

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  • The 40-year-old star was not the only celebrity to be mocked by the organisation - it dubbed Jennifer Lopez 'Jenny from the butcher block' for wearing 'old-school corpse coats' and also criticised

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  • January 7, 2010 (LifeSiteNews. com) - I have to admit that when I hear the name Jennifer Lopez, traditional morality is not the first thing that springs to mind.

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  • Serious cinema goers and even critics are very dubious to label Jennifer Lopez an untalented actress because it's a lazy analysis given the circumstances.

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  • On the other hand, a commenter feels completely justified in calling Jennifer Lopez a "momma ho" because she is getting divorced and made a silly comment about loving herself to a magazine.

    Christina Pirello: It's Time To Stop Hiding Behind Our Computers

  • HAMMER: Well, I guess now it ` s OK to call Jennifer Lopez a newlywed.

    CNN Transcript Feb 23, 2005

  • In the issue on news stands next week, she talks about boyfriends, plastic surgery and called Jennifer Lopez and Puff Daddy quote, idiots for wearing fur.

    CNN Transcript Apr 19, 2005

  • COOPER: So the biggest thing I'm surprised about is that Adaora Udoji called Jennifer Lopez a thespian.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2004

  • The star otherwise known as Jennifer Lopez landed on her famous behind mid-way through her performance of Louboutins.

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  • But then when your husband's ex (aka Jennifer Lopez, who could forget the lovely Bennifer?!) is renowned for her slavish devotion to the "if you've got it, flaunt it" school of dressing, maybe it's not so surprising that this Jennifer was a bit more restrained.

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  • Is it appropriatĀ­e for the Boys & Girls Club of America to name Jennifer Lopez, a woman who exposes her vagina in public, as their national spokespers

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