J-Lo is a curvy and proud woman and she once fired a manager, who insisted she lose weight. In an interview conducted by Jane Fonda, who has been open about her plastic surgery, which appears in Glamour magazine, Lopez talks about her body.
The pressure to be thin in Hollywood is intense, and many actresses and singers, who are by no means overweight, have felt the pressure to become ultra-thin. Many of these celebrities have made the decision to have cosmetic surgery and liposuction to conform to Hollywood’s standards of beauty. But not Jennifer Lopez, she fired one of her managers who insisted she lose weight saying it was “mean” and that wasn’t who she is. Her curvy frame has been one of her greatest assets, and her toned and fuller buttocks is one of her claims to fame, among many others.
In the interview, Lopez admitted that she would consider plastic surgery, she says she doesn’t feel like she needs it now, but she is open to the idea of cosmetic surgery in the future.
The cosmetic surgery industry has grown over the years as people have changed their feelings towards cosmetic enhancements, finding it more acceptable than any other time. Numerous women have gone
to plastic surgeons seeking out liposuction to achieve a curvy figure like Jennifer Lopez. With liposuction, it is possible for a person to contour their bodies and remove fat from areas of discontent.
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Jane Fonda was supposed to join director Bruce Beresford and co-star Catherine Keener at the festival, but pulled out over the weekend (10-11Sep11).
And in a post on her blog on Monday (12Sep11), she wrote, “Bummer! I was to be at the Toronto Film Festival today and tomorrow to support my newest film… but I have been sick with a persistent and very contagious bug for the last 5 days and had to cancel the trip.”
Fonda has also pulled an appearance on U.S. TV talk show The View to promote her new book.
But she’s making the most of her sick days: “One thing being sick has afforded me is the down time to watch college football and the U.S. Open (tennis tournament). The University of Michigan versus Notre Dame game – the first night game in Michigan’s stadium – was extraordinary. With three minutes remaining and Notre Dame up by a considerable lead, I emailed my friend Frank Belatti who is a Notre Dame alum and runs a program there, to congratulate him on his team’s win.
“No sooner had i hit send, than Michigan scored 3 touchdowns in a row (in the last 3 minutes!!) The amazing Denard Robinson threw the winning pass with 2 seconds to go. (Boyfriend) Richard (Perry) is a U of M alum so you can imagine the jubilation.
“Yesterday, though, things were glum when Serena Williams lost. We both adore her.”
Duran Duran star Simon Le Bon has finally met the star of the film which inspired the band’s name.
The Rio singer was stunned when he learned Jane Fonda was a fellow gues t at a recent Valentino Garavani party in France – and he got the chance to say hello and find out what the actress though about the band naming t hemselves after the villain of her 1968 cult film Barbarella.
In a post on the Duran Duran website, Le Bon writes, “I went over to he r and asked, ‘What do you think about us being Duran Duran?’ “She said it was difficult for a while, but ‘after a few marriages, and one to someone with a sense of humour, I finally came around to it!’ “She was lovely, I am really glad I finally got to meet the original Ba rbarella… After meeting Jane Fonda, my mood was on a high for the rest of the evening.”