Inside the May 2016 issue, the 46-year-old opens up about her unstoppable work ethic, the seven-year relationship she shared with Marc Anthony, and she may or may not have shaded his bedroom skills. You be the judge.
When asked to choose who’s better in bed between dancers, musicians, and actors, J.Lo responded:
“Musicians are too self-absorbed. They are too concerned with themselves to be great in bed.”
The spread is just as equally as stunning as the cover.
"It’s a man’s world, and, truly, people in a business setting do not value a woman as much as a man. I feel like I’m constantly having to prove myself. If a man does one thing well, people immediately say he’s a genius. Women have to do something remarkable over and over and over. And, even then, they get questions about their love life.” @JLo photographed by @InezandVinoodh, styled by @Edward_Enninful, hair by @ShayAshual, makeup by #Yadim; W magazine May 2016. #aintyourmama
Peep the highlights below.
On her failed marriage:
“When my marriage ended, it was not easy to find forgiveness. It wasn’t the dream that I had hoped for, and it would have been easier to fan the flames of resentment, disappointment, and anger. But Marc is the father of my children [8-year-old twins], and that’s never going away. So, I have to work to make things right. And that is, by far, the hardest work I do.”
On Marc Anthony:
“I hung in there for seven years. I knew very quickly that it wasn’t the right thing.”
On her current relationship with Casper Smart:
“We got together and broke up and are now together again. I still think about getting married and having that long life with someone. I love the movie The Notebook. A dream of mine is to grow old with someone.”
On her trouble with saying “no:”
“I do have trouble saying no,” she replied. “It’s hard for me not to imagine doing everything I am asked to do. Even if I hear a song that someone else has done or watch a film that someone else is in, I think, Oh, I would do it like this. Or, I wish I could do it like that. Luckily, I love to work.”
On being a successful woman:
“People may now think I’m ‘nice,’ but they still act surprised when I’m smart. It’s a man’s world, and, truly, people in a business setting do not value a woman as much as a man. I feel like I’m constantly having to prove myself. If a man does one thing well, people immediately say he’s a genius. Women have to do something remarkable over and over and over. And, even then, they get questions about their love life.” She shrugged. “People underestimate me. They always have, and maybe that’s for the best. It’s fun to prove them wrong.”
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SOURCE: W Magazine | PHOTO CREDIT: Instagram