Jennifer Lopez Responds To Super Bowl Rumors, ‘It Would Be Awesome!’

L Ruth Bader Ginsburg | Chip Somodevilla  Getty Images R Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez | Frazer Harrison  Getty Images

L Ruth Bader Ginsburg | Chip Somodevilla Getty Images R Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez | Frazer Harrison Getty Images

Within the film, Jennifer performs veteran stripper Ramona, who takes novice future (Constance Wu) underneath her wing.

"We can't narrow it down yet". I don't know if there was somebody (talking to the media) who had a gripe or she had a bad day one day.

ET previously spoke with Lopez back in July, shortly before she celebrated her milestone 50th birthday, and the singer said she'd definitely be down to perform, but that it all rests in the hands of the NFL.

She was pictured in gentle blue fitness center gear paying shut consideration to her cellphone - hopefully studying among the nice issues critics are saying about her efficiency! See more in the video below. "They make their own decisions over there". "It's real", she said.

After getting engaged to Alex Rodriguez in March, Jennifer Lopez is clearly on cloud nine. There are so many ways you can create a hustle off being a stripper.

Plus, let's be honest: It's just fun to watch these Wall Street pervs get taken advantage of for their money-at least for a while.

"It's very hard. It's not easy at all". But I do trust in God's timing with everything. "I'm lucky to be at a point in my career where, yes, I can work a lot, but I also can go, 'I can't do that right now, ' like I did a year ago". Hoda Kotb got a quick and the sweetest answer from her on asking whether she wants to have kids with Alex. I don't know a better movie. "It's fantastic. I'm not really thinking about anything else except kind of living in the moment and feeling really happy that people are loving it". Then everything will be quiet with the acting and then I'll just be focused on music speaking engagements.

STX's crime dramedy "Hustlers" is heading for an impressive domestic opening weekend with as much as $28 million for a solid second place behind "It: Chapter Two's" sophomore session of around $40 million, early estimates showed Friday.

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