EXCLUSIVE: SHE TEAMS UP WITH HUBBY.. AND IT'S YET ANOTHER FLOP
YOU'D think J.Lo would have learnt her lesson - never work with your other half.
She famously teamed up with her ex-fiance Ben Affleck to make the movie Gigli, one of the biggest turkeys in Hollywood history.
So why on Earth did she let her husband Marc Anthony produce her latest album?
Recorded entirely in Spanish, Como Ama una Mujer (How A Woman Loves) was Jennifer Lopez's attempt to get back to her Hispanic roots.
But sadly, it's bombed - selling just 49,452 copies this week when it was released in the US.
And after her last English-language album, Get Right, was a disaster too, this makes her one of a select band of artists to flop embarrassingly in two separate languages.
It all started so promisingly, with J.Lo, 37, thanking Marc for giving her the confidence to record it. She said: "Emotionally speaking, this album is more to me than any other album.
"When someone believes in you so much, you don't want to let them down."
Sound like famous last words to us...
Marc, who starred alongside his stunning wife last year in another cinematic flop, El Cantante, must rue the day he agreed to work on an album that is turning into a PR disaster.
The biggest Latino music chain in America, Ritmo Latino, even banned it from stores last week. It says J.Lo has refused to appear in their shops because they sell only Hispanic music.
An insider told us: "It could be the nail in the coffin for J.Lo's bid to become an iconic crossover Latin singer.
"She is the people's sweetheart and it's as if she's snubbing them."
Ritmo president David Massry said: "We've supported her from the beginning. Now we're told from the record company she will only visit Anglo retail outlets.
"This is a Spanish CD, and if she wants to discriminate against the Latin community then we will not sell her product.
"Celebrities have the notion that when they reach a certain level of crossover appeal, they can quickly forget where they started. We will not tolerate this."
But a rep for J.Lo, Kevin Lawrie, the head of Sony's Latin division, Sony Norte, said: "We (the label) felt that it was important that Jennifer do her in-store appearances in The Bronx, where she is from and where there is substantial cultural diversity.
"Unfortunately, Ritmo Latino has no outlets in the Bronx."
Who knows what Jen will do next. But whatever it is, let's hope it's without hubby.
Jennifer,just stop working with your husbands/boyfriends!