Jennifer Lopez talks about Marc Anthony’s Marriage
What a life it has been!!!
Jennifer Lopez said she knew very quickly it was not the right thing and she’s real this time! The singer Jennifer Lopez gave an unfiltered new interview to W for its May 2016 cover story and opens up about the resentment and failure she grappled with following her 2011 split from her third ex-husband Marc Anthony. The superstar whose famous exes also include Sean Diddy Combs and Ben Affleck seemingly threw shade at her musician ex and his skills in the sack in the no-holds-barred piece.
The 46 years old Lopez said she has been in the grind and the game for a long time. People respect you when they see you fall down and get back up at a certain point. The more you’re in this life and the more they celebrate your triumphs. She said she never get tired when it comes to her work. She admitted it was hard to deal with personal failures.
This includes the demise of her seven-year marriage to Anthony who is 46 years old as well. The couple that shares 8-year-old twins Emme and Max separated in 2011 and finalized their divorce in 2014. She said it was not easy to find forgiveness when her marriage ended. It wasn’t the dream that she had hoped for and it would have been easier to fan the flames of resentment, disappointment and anger but Marc is the father of her children and that’s never going away. So she have to work to make things right and that is by far the hardest work she did. The Shades of Blue actress continued and said she hung in there for seven years. She knew very quickly that it wasn’t the right thing.
The ex-couple both moved on after their marriage ended as she has been dating Beau ‘Casper’ Smart on and off since late 2011 while Anthony married for the fourth time to Shannon De Lima in 2014. Lopez said they got together and broke up then are now together again. She still thinks about getting married and having that long life with someone. She loves the movie ‘The Notebook’ since her dream is to grow old with someone. She even joked later with Wabout being asked some uncomfortable questions about her sex life in a prior interview. She recalled that she said dancers are better in bed compares to musicians and actors. She elaborated by saying musicians are too self-absorbed and they are too concerned with themselves to be great in bed.
She also has a problem with people who think she’s all beauty but no brains. She said people may now think she is nice but they still act surprised when she is smart. Her statement is: ‘It’s a man’s world and, truly, people in a business setting do not value a woman as much as a man. I feel like I constantly have to prove myself. If a man does one thing well, people immediately say he’s a genius. Women have to do something remarkable over and over and over.… People underestimate me. They always have, and maybe that’s for the best. It’s fun to prove them wrong.’