Jennifer Lopez: 'If I got pregnant, I would be extremely happy'
Jennifer Lopez, one of the new judges of "American Idol," says she would be "extremely happy" to become pregnant again.
The 41-year-old and her husband, fellow singer Marc Anthony, are parents to 2-year-old twins Emme and Max.
"As soon as I had the babies, I thought to myself, 'I want to do this a thousand more times,'" Lopez said on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in an interview airing on Tuesday, according to People magazine. "Now that it's like three years in, I'm like, 'Can I do that again?' It's funny. But yes, if I got pregnant, I would be extremely happy."
Lopez appeared with her twins in recent ads for Gucci, one of her favorite fashion brands. She told DeGeneres that she agreed to star with them in the campaign because some of the proceeds were set to go to the charity UNICEF.
"Marc didn't really want to put the babies in an ad or anything like that," Lopez said. "And I was just like, if they do it, I'd want to do it with my kids because it is for the kids. That's the connection. That's what makes it real. We don't really parade them around like that, so it was for a good cause."
The 10th season of the FOX singing competition series "American Idol" debuts on Wednesday. Lopez and Aerosmith rocker Steven Tyler are replacing DeGeneres, Kara DioGuardi and Simon Cowell as judges, while Randy Jackson is returning.
"It's tough sometimes because there's a lot of people out there who can sing, but there's a lot of people who can sing kind of okay, and they really believe, that they're mom's been telling them for the longest, like, 'You're so great! You're the best,'" Lopez said. "Then you have to tell them, 'You're not.'" "Some people just get crazy," she added. "They can't take the 'no' for an answer. We've had weird moments. It's a riot."
Tyler has said he found it hard to judge the contestants, adding that some were "full of themselves."