J.Lo Thinks Some Things in Her Vogue Profile Were 'Taken Out of Context'

Things we learned about J.Lo from her Jonathan Van Meter cover story in Vogue: • Her new perfume, Glowing, will actually light up • She wears a diamond ring, given to her by her friend following her divorce, on which "I LOVE ME" is written (we assume, in diamonds) • Her American Idol co-host Steven Tyler, is turned on by her: “Jennifer freaks me out every time I’m around her...By the time all three of us are muffed and buffed and puffed I think we’re all sexually attracted to each other, first and foremost." • Her longtime manager and godfather to her twins, Benny Medina, is pretty frank about how he feels about J.Lo's many failed relationships: "The thing that I always sort of wished is that she would give herself time to just naturally meet someone instead of having nearly obsessive guys pursue her. The ease with which that obsession becomes a relationship I think sometimes works against her ability to have a real meaningful relationship.” Medina also says that J.Lo said, "[S]omebody who steps in right now and is actually touching me in a way—it’s very fertile ground!" Hear that? J.Lo is fertile ground. Access Hollywood caught J.Lo on a red carpet and asked her about Medina's quotes. She very diplomatically/awkwardly suggests that she's not thrilled with the way those quotes were used, saying, "I think that a lot of it, you can place it in a way that cannot be the best way to put it, sometimes." Take a look:
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Things we learned about J.Lo from her Jonathan Van Meter cover story in Vogue: • Her new perfume, Glowing, will actually light up • She wears a diamond ring, given to her by her friend following her divorce, on which "I LOVE ME" is written (we assume, in diamonds) • Her American Idol co-host Steven Tyler, is turned on by her: “Jennifer freaks me out every time I’m around her...By the time all three of us are muffed and buffed and puffed I think we’re all sexually attracted to each other, first and foremost." • Her longtime manager and godfather to her twins, Benny Medina, is pretty frank about how he feels about J.Lo's many failed relationships: "The thing that I always sort of wished is that she would give herself time to just naturally meet someone instead of having nearly obsessive guys pursue her. The ease with which that obsession becomes a relationship I think sometimes works against her ability to have a real meaningful relationship.” Medina also says that J.Lo said, "[S]omebody who steps in right now and is actually touching me in a way—it’s very fertile ground!" Hear that? J.Lo is fertile ground. Access Hollywood caught J.Lo on a red carpet and asked her about Medina's quotes. She very diplomatically/awkwardly suggests that she's not thrilled with the way those quotes were used, saying, "I think that a lot of it, you can place it in a way that cannot be the best way to put it, sometimes." Take a look:
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Things we learned about J.Lo from her Jonathan Van Meter cover story in Vogue:

• Her new perfume, Glowing, will actually light up • She wears a diamond ring, given to her by her friend following her divorce, on which "I LOVE ME" is written (we assume, in diamonds) • Her American Idol co-host Steven Tyler, is turned on by her: “Jennifer freaks me out every time I’m around her...By the time all three of us are muffed and buffed and puffed I think we’re all sexually attracted to each other, first and foremost." • Her longtime manager and godfather to her twins, Benny Medina, is pretty frank about how he feels about J.Lo's many failed relationships: "The thing that I always sort of wished is that she would give herself time to just naturally meet someone instead of having nearly obsessive guys pursue her. The ease with which that obsession becomes a relationship I think sometimes works against her ability to have a real meaningful relationship.” Medina also says that J.Lo said, "[S]omebody who steps in right now and is actually touching me in a way—it’s very fertile ground!" Hear that? J.Lo is fertile.

Access Hollywood caught J.Lo on a red carpet and asked her about Medina's quotes. She very diplomatically/awkwardly suggests that she's not thrilled with the way those quotes were used, saying, "I think that a lot of it, you can place it in a way that cannot be the best way to put it, sometimes."

Take a look: