Jennifer Lopez was grilled about her relationship with Drake on yesterday's edition of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” Ellen tried to get J.Lo to talk about what’s going on with the rapper, at first by asking whether she spent Valentine’s Day with him, but J.Lo was cagey and would only say that he is “off on tour right now.”
After showing the cozy Instagram shot J.Lo and Drake posted last month, Ellen continued, asking “But you were songwriting with him, right 'songwriting'?" "We did a song together if that's what you're 'asking,'" Lopez responded. "We weren't writing a song right at that moment. We were just hanging out."
J.Lo also talked about how folks think she only dates younger men, and insists that her finding a guy “has nothing to do with age.” "If there's somebody older, they're older," she says. "If they're younger, they're younger. It doesn't matter. It's whether or not I'm attracted to them or not, attracted to their spirit, their soul..." Check out J.Lo’s interview with Ellen to the right.
Remember when Britney Spears attacked paparazzi with an umbrella back in 2007? Well, that umbrella can now be yours if you’re willing to dip into your wallet.
During the incident, Britney got out of her car to attack photographer Daniel “Dano” Ramos, hitting his Ford Explorer with the offending umbrella. Turns out, Britney left the umbrella behind after the incident and now Ramos is putting it up for auction.
Ramos says he’ll donate 50% of the proceeds from the sale to a charity of Britney's choice. So far there’s no word on when the auction will take place, or whether Britney has picked a charity to benefit from the sale.
Is retirement in the near future for Jimmy Kimmel? Apparently, he’s thinking about it when his contract expires in 2019. The Oscar host said, “I know I will do [“Jimmy Kimmel Live”] for another three years. It’s possible that will be it. My wife’s pregnant. At a certain point, I’d like to have a little more free time. I have very little free time as it is.”
A typical day for Kimmel starts when he gets to the studio at 9am. The show shoots at 5pm and he goes back to his computer after dinner. He said, “I think this job is a grind, and best-cast scenario, a marathon. I want to go out on my own terms. If I ever feel like we’re repeating ourselves, I think it’s a good indication that it’s time.”
While Kimmel says he’ll miss TV when he leaves, he won’t go to another late-night show. He said, “I like to draw. I like to make sculptures. I’d like to write a book at some point. Doing the show every day doesn’t leave a lot of time for that.”