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Jennifer Lopez: “No, I am not bisexual”

http://image3.examiner.com/images/blog/wysiwyg/image/jennifer_lopez(11).jpgJennifer Lopez has a new romantic comedy, The Back-Up Plan, coming out in April 23 so she’s doing all kinds of interviews to promote it.

Fortunately, one of those interviews was with Brandon Voss for The Advocate.

Here are some excerpts:

Gay directors have helmed two of your most successful movies — Robert Luketic on Monster-in-Law and Adam Shankman on The Wedding Planner. Alan Poul, who directed The Back-Up Plan, is also gay. So that’s a good sign, right?
It’s true. I get along with the gays — what can I tell you? We click. Gay directors have a certain sensitivity when it comes to women’s issues; I don’t know if that makes any sense, but that’s what I feel. They also have a tremendous sense of humor about life, so they know romantic comedy. I love them.

Does The Back-Up Plan feature a “gay best friend” cliché — maybe the guy your character asks for sperm in the film’s trailer?
[Laughs] Everybody thinks he’s gay, but I don’t think he was intended to be. It’s not specified, but it’s funny that he’s coming off as that. No, there’s no gay best friend in this one, but out of all the romantic comedies I’ve done, I find this one to be the funniest.

Who’s your best gay friend in real life?

Oh, God, I have so many, but my closest is my manager, Benny [Medina]. He’s the godfather to my child, so he’s become a part of my family. We understand each other, we love each other, we have a certain type of chemistry, we have similar work ethics, and we can talk about everything.

More and more celebrities are supporting the gay community by vowing not to get married until all Americans can marry. I guess you didn’t get that memo, huh?
Yeah, I didn’t get that memo three times. [Laughs] When it comes to gay marriage, I just believe in love. I believe that when two people find each other and love each other, they should be able to spend their lives together. Especially being married now and having been divorced twice — being younger, more immature, and making those kinds of mistakes — I don’t think marriage is to be taken lightly for anybody. You have to work at it.

Not to invade your privacy, but I’d like to address some recent rumors. Are you bisexual?
No, I am not bisexual.

Have you ever kissed a girl and liked it?

No, I’ve never kissed a girl. Sorry.

Here in a LINK to the entire interview.

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2 Remarks

  1. Never thought of her as bi myself, but, always think that she’s a smart cookie that learned the game and is playing it quite well.

    And, with her many mistakes in marriage, her advice is actually good!

  2. At times I have thought she looked manly. Sometimes she walks like a man.

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