Jennifer Lopez was on a video shoot in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, when gunshots were reportedly fired nearby. She was giving an interview to "Entertainment Tonight" at the time. "Entertainment Tonight's" Rob Marciano Tweeted, "BREAKING: Gunshots fired on Fort Lauderdale Beach DURING my J-Lo interview. No kidding. Security scrambled her away. I can hear and see ambulances converging about 400 yards down the street. Police confirming: 'Shots fired. No one hit.' Whew." It's unclear what happened. The police say any suspects who may have been involved in the shooting fled before officers arrived and there are no known witnesses or injuries. Obviously, this had to remind J-Lo of the time she was ushered away from that notorious nightclub shooting in 1999 when she was with Puff Diddly Pooh, her boyfriend at the time. Diddy was probably involved, but Shyne took the fall for him. J-Lo was with her current boyfriend Casper Smart this time. He wasn't involved in this shooting.
In honor of Mother's Day, "Working Mother" magazine has put together a list of the 50 Most Powerful Working Moms. They include Jessica Simpson, Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, Angelina Jolie, Tina Fey and the authors of the "Twilight" and "Hunger Games" books.
Beyonce has babies on the brain. She sat down with ABC News during the London leg of her world tour, opening up about expanding her family, being “protective” of her daughter Blue Ivy and how she enjoys "the simple things" in life. Beyonce revealed, "I would like more children. I think my daughter needs some company. I definitely love being big sister." She added that everything is "completely different” ever since she became a mom, and she’s so grateful that her life now has a way bigger meaning, "I am very protective. I just want to make sure that she can have a healthy, safe, normal life," Beyonce shared.
Rihanna started her rescheduled concert in Boston last night about THREE HOURS LATE! Angry fans vented on social media booing her as she performed. There was no opening act. She canceled in Boston in March due to laryngitis. She did not explain why she was late.
Lauryn Hill was sentenced to three months in federal prison yesterday for tax evasion. After that, she'll spend another three months under house arrest. She could have gotten up to three years behind bars. She was accused of failing to pay taxes on more than $2 million in earnings over several years. Before her sentencing, she tried to put the blame for her tax woes on slavery. Here's video of Lauryn leaving the courthouse, and of her lawyer talking to the media afterward.