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Monday 4 May 2015

J-Lo to spill beans on romance

Jennifer Lopez will open up about her personal life in her new TV show
Jennifer Lopez will open up about her personal life in her new TV show

Jennifer Lopez is set to open up about past relationships in a new TV documentary.

The star, 43, said the show: Jennifer Lopez: Her Life Her Journey, which premieres in the US this week, will look at some of her past romances.

"It talks about the relationships... because all of it's intertwined, especially when you're an artist," she told Access Hollywood.

"I think by the way, anybody in life, your personal life and your business life and the things that you do, it's all kind of intertwined and one affects the other and the decisions that you make and you can't tell the story - really tell the story - without going into those areas," she added.

J-Lo has been married three times, to actor Ojani Noa, dancer Cris Judd and singer Marc Anthony, the father of her twins.

Her famous boyfriends include actor Ben Affleck and rapper P Diddy.

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