Jennifer Lopez Reveals Her Biggest Fear As A Performing Artist; Recalls thinking “If I quit, it’ll go away”
Jennifer Lopez recently opened up about her life in lockdown and her biggest fear as a performing artist. Scroll down to see what she said.
Jennifer Lopez has recently been candid about life in confinement, as well as her fears about her career. The 51-year-old artist opened up alongside Maluma in Billboard’s latest issue. During the interview, Jennifer was asked how the past few months have been, to which she replied, “Being home and being with the kids
[12-year-old twins Emme and Max] was truly a special moment. We have to do things that we never do,” she said.
“One of the fears performers have is, ‘If I stop, it’s going to go away,'” she went on to reveal. “And it’s not. You have to have a little more self-confidence and know that when you’re ready to release the next album, even if it takes two years, it’s fine. You need to make time for the things that matter: your children, your family.
If you haven’t seen, Jennifer will be getting a big prize next month. The 51-year-old Waiting for Tonight music superstar and Hustlers actress will be honored with “The People’s Icon” award at the 2020 E! People’s Choice Awards, the producers revealed on Wednesday, September 30. The E 2020! The People’s Choice Awards will air from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday, November 15.
“Jennifer Lopez has unparalleled global appeal and for over two decades she has given us some of the most iconic and unforgettable performances of all time. For blazing a trail for artists around the world and single-handedly increasing the representation of Latinx in music, film, TV and fashion, we’re honoring Jennifer Lopez with ‘The People’s Icon of 2020,’” said E! News Director Jen Neal.