Jennifer was honored at the ‘Variety’ Power of Women luncheon on Oct. 10, and she told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY what she most wants to give to her daughter — and it’s not what you might think!
Jennifer Lopez, 45, has it all — beauty, brains, “Booty”, and don’t forget the bling! But in spite of her immense material wealth, she has something much more meaningful that she wants to pass on to her daughter, Emme, 6. It’s something J.Lo says she thinks about “every single day.” Click to watch our EXCLUSIVE video and find out what her little girl will be getting from her superstar mom!
Jennifer Lopez’s Daughter: The One Thing Singer Most Wants To Give Emme, 6
Could Jennifer be more amazing? Not only is she a chart-topping diva — she’s also a totally dedicated mom! “Everything I do and all the choices I make, whether people think so or not, are thinking about being a powerful, self-fulfilled woman, so I can show my daughter how to be good on her own,” J.Lo tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Jennifer explains that she wants to teach her daughter, “how to feel good about herself, know how to love herself in the right way, so she can make good choices — never from fear, only from love. These are things I think about every single day.”
Awww that’s so sweet! We must say, we love the way Jennifer thinks!
Jennifer Lopez: Her #TINYWIN This Week
Jennifer has so many major achievements to celebrate, but we wanted to know what her #TINYWIN was this week — and it turns out it may be the exact same small victory that you had! Jennifer tells HollywoodLife.com, “Just getting to the gym is a victory to me in the morning. Yesterday I posted ‘got my workout in.’ That’s actually a huge victory to me because it’s hard; it’s hard for everybody.”
“Taking care of yourself, loving yourself, putting yourself first and then taking care of all the things we as women have to juggle — our children, our careers, our loved ones — it’s never ending!
She’s got that right! But wait, more words of wisdom!
“And I don’t think people understand that so much — that those little things, just getting through the day, is a victory,” Jennifer adds. “And feeling good at the end of it! Like how do I do this and feel great and not feel beat down? That’s for sure a victory.”
We couldn’t agree with Jennifer more! What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers?