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American Idol: Jennifer Lopez Says Fellow Judges Are Like Family

February 08, 2011 04:00 PM by Lisa Princ


Jennifer Lopez seems to be creating a lot of buzz in her role as judge on American Idol on FOX this season and Jennifer Lopez says she and her fellow judges are like family despite rumors early on.

Jennifer Lopez, judge of American Idol, who early on was accused of feuding with Ryan Seacrest as well as being called a “diva” on the set, recently sat down with Rachael Ray and talked about exactly the opposite- in fact she chatted about how close she is with her fellow judges along with Ryan Seacrest and even referred to them as being like “brothers” to her. Jennifer told Rachael Ray “Now that I’m doing it, it is even more fun than I thought it would be. Because of Steven, because of Randy, because of Ryan – we actually really have become so close like a family. Like brothers and sisters, we fool around with each other.”

Jennifer also revealed to Rachael that she was terrified at first – now that comes as a surprise to hear from this superstar, but it is true as she went on to say “This was the first time I’d ever been on TV without a script….where people really get to see me like that, like, just me, who I am. And I was quite terrified for a second the night of the premiere.” Now that she is settled in however, Jennifer is happy that people get to see the real her and she welcomes it. What do you think of Jennifer Lopez? Comment and let us know!

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