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"I gave lap dances to strangers. I made 600 bucks my first night," the "Fresh Off the Boat" actress told Kelly Clarkson.
Jennifer Lopez wore a showstopping sparkly dress with a thigh-high slit for an Oscars party, and doesn’t seem bothered by her ‘Hustlers...
No Oscar? No problem. Jennifer Lopez didn't let the snub stop her from having fun at an after-party on Sunday night.
Jennifer Lopez showed off her pole dancing skills during the Super Bowl halftime show, and fans are joking that it was revenge for her Oscars snub
The multihyphenate star played a stripper in the 2019 film "Hustlers," but failed to get an Oscar nomination for her celebrated role.
Jennifer Lopez wasn't nominated for best supporting actress at the 92nd Academy Awards and fans and critics are understandably upset.
Alex Rodriguez took phone pictures of Jennifer Lopez on the red carpet, proving he’s the ultimate Instagram fiancé
While Lopez had her photos taken at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala, Rodriguez stood to the side with his phone camera.
11 box-office surprises in 2019 that show audiences still care about movies not in Disney’s mega franchises
Disney and superhero movies dominated the year (and the decade), but some smaller movies broke through this year to surprise the box office.
Jennifer Lopez had the best response to a viral video of a JetBlue in-flight announcement congratulating her on her Golden Globes nomination for ̵...
Journalist Joseph Longo tweeted a video of his JetBlue flight crew suggesting the passengers watch "Hustlers" as their inflight movie at his request.
Jennifer Lopez took photos of the bruises she got from pole dancing for ‘Hustlers’ because someone accused her of using body doubles
The 50-year-old entertainer appeared on NBC's "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and said that she wanted to clear things up for any doubters.
The New York Times argued over the weekend that there is "no room at the box office" for non-blockbuster movies. That's not entirely the case.
Movies like 'Parasite' and 'Hustlers' turned their sights on the class divide and feasted on the one percent.