But even if the news is fake, all the free publicity Lopez' boyfriend rumors are generating for her Vegas residency is certainly real. Lopez also appeared on Wednesday, where she deflected host Andy Cohen's questions about past boyfriends she's scorned."Jennifer, you said in an interview that you were proposed to five times in your life,” Cohen said.
Like, "This Cuban-Chinese restaurant is half-Latino, just like the late Emilio Estevez." Or, "I just put a dollar’s worth of O-Town songs in the jukebox.When asked about their first impressions of each other Liotta playfully teased his co-star during the interview saying,"I knew that Jenny came from the block."Liotta was obviously referencing J-Lo's hit single "Jenny From The Block," where she sings about never selling out and still being that same girl from New York City."Shades Of Blue" is shot in New York City, which brought back good memories for the New York native.Looking after Ray, though, was going to be too hard, so they put him up for adoption and, at 6 months old, he was introduced to his new parents, Alfred and Mary Liotta (they’d later adopt a sister for him – Linda).From here on, Ray lived a comfortable life in Union, New Jersey, attending High School there.Some of us limit our potential partners to a very specific age range because that’s what we think we’ll be attracted to.
This kind of culling is even easier now that dating sites let us whittle our options down to the year.
“He has been around her family and she really likes that he is a dad.
Lo getting proposed to five times, and Jennifer ended up pleading the fifth. Lo is dating former MLB star Alex “A-Rod” Rodriguez!
As anybody who’s ever had to play "What are your top five favorite movies? A fantastic woman several years my senior recently told me I should only date older men, because even though I’m 28, "being in your twenties is a form of functional retardation." I think there’s a grain of truth there, if only because I don’t know anybody who looks back and thinks, "Man, how awesome was I in my twenties?
Ray Liotta and Jennifer Lopez came to BUILDSeries NYC to talk about season two of their cop drama, "Shades Of Blue." In an exclusive interview moderated by J-Lo's very own younger sister, ABC News journalist Lynda Lopez, Liotta and Lopez revealed what they really thought about each other when they met for the first time on set.
Who knew this bar would have a dollar’s worth of O-Town songs?