Jennifer Lopez (July 24, 1970)
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She was a "Fly Girl" on the TV show In Living Color. The Fly Girls were the show's dancers.
Some of the movies she starred in: Mi Familia, Money Train, Jack, Selena, Anaconda, Out Of Sight, The Cell, and The Wedding Planner.
She was briefly married to an actor club manager named Ojani Noa in 1998.
There was a Jennifer Lopez virus going around in 2001. It was spread through an attachment labeled JenniferLopez_Naked.JPG.VBS.
She married choreographer Cris Judd in 2001. They divorced a few months later. (thanks, Maria - Atlanta, GA)
Lopez keeps an enormous entourage (we're not talking about her butt) and has very expensive tastes. The very expensive stylists and makeup artists who keep her looking beautiful she calls her "Glam Squad."
The engagement ring Ben Affleck gave her contains a rare pink diamond worth about $1.5 million. She showed it off on National TV during a live interview with Diane Sawyer. (thanks, Maria - Atlanta, GA)
Lopez married the Latin-American singer Marc Anthony on June 5th, 2004, about six months after she and Ben Affleck split. Jennifer gave birth to twins, Emme and Maximilian, in February of 2008. They're the first children for Lopez and the fourth and fifth for Anthony. Anthony's daughter, Arianna, appeared in Lopez's video "Get Right."
People magazine paid a reported $6 million for the first photographs of her twins, which became the most expensive celebrity picture at the time.
She is the middle child of Puerto Rican parents Guadalupe Rodriguez and David Lopez. Jennifer struggles to converse in Spanish, despite beings raised in a Puerto Rican home.
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Billy Gould of Faith No More
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