Is Hollywood's newest couple a stunt to sell records? Many music insiders say yes, saying Jennifer Lopez and Drake's whirlwind, in-our-face romance is nothing more than a stunt to hype up their upcoming music collab.
Jennifer Lopez may have canceled her “high-paying” New Year's Eve gig in Miami, but the veteran singer and actress was still able to be apart of 2016’s year end festivities.
OK, Jennifer Lopez and Drake may be messing with us! The rumored couple attended a private event yesterday, and this time out, the spotlight shined for both music and affection.
The first example of a danger sign comes by way of New York's Hot 97 DJ and radio personality Funk Master Flex, who attacked Drake on Twitter, calling him a "sensitive ni**a," and disgraced J.Lo's name at the same damn time.
Marc Anthony has officially struck out as a married man. The Latin superstar has filed for divorce from his third wife, Shannon De Lima, after only two years of marriage.
It's either Jennifer Lopez is loving on her new Bae Drake or they're playing mind games with the public. We'll go with the first option after viewing the intimate photo she uploaded to Instagram, which shows the 46-year-old and Drake, 30, snuggling on a sofa.
Drake and Jennifer Lopez are still one of the biggest gossip trends currently because people want to know if they're dating or are just friends. The two are said to be working on a music project together, but their sightings are telling a different story. Here's a timeline on why
Well, lookie, lookie: Jennifer Lopez and Drake may be Hollywood's newest "it" couple (or at least the newest cuffing season couple). According to E! News, Lopez attended a "very intimate dinner" hosted by Drake at the swanky restaurant Delilah...
According to Variety, Jennifer Lopez is cast to play in an upcoming HBO film about Griselda Blanco, the most powerful female drug lord of all time.
The Video For the All-Star Tribute Song ‘Hands’ For the Orlando Nightclub Massacre Features Family of Victims and Survivors
Here's the video for the charity single, which was written by Justin Tranter (Bieber's "Sorry") and in conjunction with GLAAD. The clip features family members of the 49 victims and survivors...