Jennifer Lopez Rules Out In Vitro

January 6, 2010 By:
Jennifer Lopez Rules Out In Vitro

In vitro fertilization was the latest rage a few years ago in Hollywood. It seemed every celebrity was pregnant with twins--or sextuplets but Jennifer Lopez apparently wasn't one of them.

The singer, who has twins with husband Marc Anthony ruled out in vitro because she's too "traditional" for it. Lopez graces the new cover of Elle magazine looking as gorgeous as ever!

The February cover girl talks about motherhood, heartbreak, and the future of her career. Here are some highlights from the interview:

J.Lo on why she never considered in vitro fertilization: “When it comes to family and relationships, I’m quite traditional. Just because of the way I was raised. And I also believe in God and I have a lot of faith in that, so I just felt like you don’t mess with things like that. And I guess deep down I really felt like either this is not going to happen for me or it is. You know what I mean? And if it is, it will. And if it’s not, it’s not going to.”

J.Lo on competing with twenty-something pop idols as a 40-year-old mom: “This is what I do—what, because I have kids and a husband now I’m not supposed to be me? I’m a more heightened me if anything. Hyper J.Lo. Everything I wanted before, I want twice as much now. And that doesn’t mean material things; it means to explore more, to think more. Being an artist doesn’t start because you’re 21, and it doesn’t end because you’re 51. You are who you are until the day you die.”

J.LO on the merit of her romantic comedies: “I think Maid in Manhattan and Monster-in-Law are very layered movies. And that’s why they’re so successful. People don’t like shitty romantic comedies. Nothing that’s shitty is going to make $100 million.”

J.Lo on betrayal: “This is something I haven’t been through once in my life. This is something I’ve been through a few times in my life. Where you really have your eggs in one basket and that breach happens and you know you should go but you’re still in love and you just don’t know what to do. It hits you because it’s not like you’re a cheater, and a liar, and I hate you, and you’re no good, and I’m leaving. It’s not that. It’s like, I’m tormented. Even though you’ve done this and I know it, I still don’t know what to do. I know I should go, but I don’t want to. And that’s why it’s such a f*cked-up thing.”