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Fall? What fall? J.Lo says the day after AMAs

November 23, 2009

lopezJennifer Lopez is laughing off her fall at the American Music Awards on Sunday night.

“Did I trip a little bit? I don’t even remember,” the “Jenny from the Block” singer said on Monday morning to Ryan Seacrest on his Los Angeles radio show.

Lopez was laughing when she said that, and she followed it up with a joke — at least we at Fan Fare are taking it as a joke.

“Yeah I meant to do that,” she told Seacrest. “What are you talking about? You should know me better than that, that was part of the choreography.”

During the performance of her song “Louboutins,” Lopez walked on the backs of five male dancers as if she was climbing a staircase, and then jumped off the fifth man’s back and landed on her famously curvy backside. But in slightly less time than it takes for Auto-Tune to iron out bad vocals, Lopez was back on her feet, dancing and shaking.  Like nothing happened, right?

Well, not exactly. While it was probably overshadowed by “American Idol” runner-jloup Adam Lambert’s racy, controversial performance of his single “For Your Entertainment,” J.Lo’s fall also got plenty of attention.

Of course, J.Lo could always use this to her advantage. Before reality star Kim Kardashian came along, J.Lo had the most famous backside in Hollywood. Now that she has stamped a stage with it, J.Lo’s posterior is back in the news again.

Comments

Once again, J-Lo shows us how untalented she truly is – she cannot sing, dance or act. She is more famous for her various public antics, including home wrecking. She is a disgrace and an example of everything that is wrong with the entertainment industry.She often finds new ways to humiliate herself, and this is just one more.

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