JLo Does Have One Regret: Posing For This Cover

January 18, 2013 / Posted by:

JLo and JLo’s team agreed to give People an exclusive interview, because People’s the only one who asked and because they thought her cover would take a little shine away from Mimi’s debut on American Idol.  But Team JLo’s sneaky smiles quickly turned to clenched frowns when they saw the cover. They think the picture makes JLo look like a wretched old hag with hay for hair (“In other words, dahling, her true self?” – Mimi).

JLo’s team compared her to Betsey Johnson, which I guess is supposed to be a bad thing? The source tells Page Six that they all think the cover makes her look “old and haggard” and that they called up People to complain about the picture. But Benny Medina tells Page Six that Lance Armstrong must be their source, because it’s all a lie. Benny said, “Look at the pictures and read the story! We worked closely with the editors of People and we are very pleased with cover photo and the results all around.”

JLo’s team might think this is the worst picture of her ever taken, but I think this is the best picture of her ever taken. JLo’s facial expressions usually say “SEXY! SEXY! SEXY!” or ultra bitch, so this is a softer side of her. She almost looks sweet.

She looks like a hyperactive dog who is really happy to see you. When I first saw this cover, I dropped my briefcase and patted my knees while saying, “Come here, JLo! Come here! Come give daddy a kiss! Who’s the most beautiful girl in the world? You are, JLo! You are! Now come here, girl!”

I even think JLo missed the Wee-Wee Pad a little, but I don’t care. How can I be mad at such an adorable girl?

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