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  • Our first guest is one of the most talented women

  • in the world.

  • Please welcome my friend Jennifer Lopez.

  • Hi.

  • I see you.

  • Yes, Andy, stop clapping.

  • OK, well, I'm excited.

  • Andy is in the yard outside because I won't let him

  • in the house, but he's clapping for you.

  • I see that.

  • I see that.

  • I was like, uh-oh, somebody's creeping up on Ellen.

  • No, I'm just--

  • I don't allow him inside.

  • Right, OK.

  • Hi.

  • Cheers to you.

  • What are you having to drink right now?

  • A little coffee.

  • With a little foamy milk on that coffee.

  • Like a little latte.

  • A little cinnamon.

  • A little comfort.

  • That's what we need right now, a little comfort.

  • Yes, we do.

  • And that's why I'm talking to you, so we can comfort people.

  • By the way, you look beautiful.

  • Thank you for dressing up.

  • I assume you're not dressing up everyday just

  • to be by yourself.

  • Not every day, no.

  • But we do have--

  • I am on Zoom a lot.

  • I am talking to a lot of people.

  • So sometimes when I have to talk to somebody business wise,

  • I will pull myself together.

  • But I have done a lot of meetings in pajamas, yes.

  • You look fantastic though.

  • What's it like for you in quarantine?

  • You have the family there.

  • I've seen some of the things that you're doing.

  • Are you running out of things to do?

  • What are you doing?

  • Yes, I mean, the whole family's here.

  • We're all been shut down for a few weeks now.

  • I have to say, I've been so on the run for the past few years

  • that it's nice to be home.

  • I planned to take a little bit of time

  • off after the whole Super Bowl thing and World of Dance

  • that I just finished building a few weeks ago.

  • So it's been nice so far.

  • I don't know if it goes on a long time.

  • Check in with me in a month or two.

  • I might be wanting to jump off the edge

  • of the roof over there.

  • But right now, it's kind of making lemonade out of lemons.

  • It's a terrible time for all of us,

  • and a weird time, a scary time, anxious time.

  • We don't know what's going to happen.

  • But having a reconnection with the family and Alex

  • and not having to run around so much is kind of nice too.

  • So making the best of it.

  • Yeah, I think for those of us who are fortunate enough

  • to be able to be in our home and not

  • panicked about all the fears of where's

  • the next meal coming from, how long is this going to last--

  • and obviously, we're all doing our part

  • to help in every situation that we can and do what we can.

  • But for those of us fortunate enough,

  • it is a nice break from working constantly and not

  • being home enough to appreciate the relationships

  • and just having time to sit still, which is something

  • that I know you don't do that often.

  • So I don't know how long you're going to be able to do this.

  • I know it feels good right now, but I

  • can imagine you're used to constantly moving.

  • Who's homeschooling there?

  • Is it Alex or you?

  • Who's helping with the homework?

  • I help with the homework.

  • All four kids are doing virtual school right now.

  • And so I stay more on top of Emmy and Max about that.

  • Yeah, me.

  • And do you find it easy?

  • Or are you looking at it like, what is this?

  • Honestly, I think we're all like, what is this?

  • Like [INAUDIBLE] teacher.

  • And also, have you seen the math that they make the kids do now?

  • It's a new math, Elle's Bells.

  • It's a new math.

  • It's crazy.

  • And so half the time I'm like, OK, yeah,

  • let's look up that word.

  • What does that mean?

  • It's been an experience for sure.

  • Yeah, I can not imagine.

  • These TikToks that you've been doing, by the way--

  • the one that you did, Flip the Switch

  • that, I guess-- because tWitch did it with Alison also.

  • First of all, I want to show it in case anyone didn't see it.

  • And then I want to ask about how you

  • had things that even fit Alex.

  • So let's show it.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • (SINGING) Look, I just flipped the switch.

  • Flip, flip.

  • I don't want nobody--

  • So, I assume that was your idea.

  • I assume it was not his idea.

  • Listen, the kids are always trying to get us on TikTok.

  • I love to TikTok because you know

  • I love to dance, just like you.

  • But they're always trying to get Alex to do all these TikToks.

  • And I remember we had-- it was one of the last times

  • we went out to dinner about a month ago or whatever it was.

  • And we came back, and I had seen that challenge somewhere.

  • And I was like, you know what, there

  • is one where we switch clothes.

  • I was like, my dress is stretchy.

  • I think it can fit you.

  • Why don't we do that one?

  • And the girls were like, yeah, yeah, let's do it.

  • So we did it, and it was so much fun.

  • It was hilarious.

  • And we were trying to hook the earrings in his ears.

  • It was a lot.

  • He's a good sport.

  • It was hilarious.

  • Yes, he was.

  • And then, I also loved the one where

  • you were answering questions.

  • And you had your eyes closed and pointing--

  • that's a really good idea for a lot of people.

  • I mean, it was so funny.

  • I was like, why are you lying?

  • I'm telling the truth.

  • But I guess it's all perspective.

  • He thinks he's easy when he's sick.

  • And I would think that you are easy when you're sick,

  • because I've seen you go through so many things

  • and you were such a soldier.

  • I mean, I think that you--

  • just even the Super Bowl thing.

  • I mean, the fact that you did the Super Bowl

  • and worked out, trained, rehearsed,

  • and you had just come off tour, and you were coming off Vegas,

  • you were coming off so many different things.

  • You must have just been--

  • like, that must have wiped you out.

  • It really did.

  • It really did.

  • I think, like I said, that's why as I was coming

  • to be in the last couple of weeks of Super Bowl,

  • I kept dreaming about, I'm going to have time off after this.

  • I'm going to have time off after this.

  • It was definitely, because I realized--

  • when I had time to slow down and think about it now.

  • --that when I started training for Hustlers, which

  • was last January, doing all of the pole stuff,

  • was literally the end of January.

  • And then I went straight into filming.

  • Then I went straight into my tour.

  • And then I went straight into filming Marry Me.

  • And then I went straight into the Super Bowl rehearsals.

  • And then we did a couple of shows of World of Dance.

  • And then I was done.

  • And I was like, oh my God, I haven't

  • stopped for over a year.

  • It's been nonstop.

  • And so I was pretty pooped, yeah.

  • Hey, Andy?

  • Yeah.

  • Where are you?

  • I'm here.

  • Do you have any questions--

  • He's there.

  • There he is.

  • Do you have any questions?

  • How is she that beautiful all the time?

  • OK, so please answer that question.

  • How are you that beautiful all the time?

  • You're very sweet, Andy.

  • And I think they should let you in the house.

  • Ellen, what are you doing?

  • [INAUDIBLE]

  • What's happened?

  • Why has he been banned from the house?

  • What did he do?

  • Social distancing.

  • Social distancing.

  • What happened?

  • She just doesn't want me near her.

  • But here's my question.

  • I'm serious, though.

  • I remember when you did Rosie O'Donnell so many years ago

  • in the '90s and you just [INAUDIBLE]..

  • And you still have held up in a way that is ridiculous.

  • You're beautiful.

  • That's all I wanted to say.

  • You've held up.

  • Thank you, Andy.

  • I'm going to try and keep holding up.

  • Hanging on by a string, a thread.

  • Hold up.

  • You're so good with the compliments.

  • You've really held up, lady.

  • That's great.

  • She knows what I mean.

  • I'm sorry I asked him to ask you a question, Jennifer.

  • I'm really sorry.

  • All right, so I assume this whole quarantine and everything

  • is affecting the wedding date, because I am sure you were

  • about to get married any day now, and now you can't.

  • Any day now?

  • Actually, it did affect it a little bit.

  • So we will see what happens now.

  • Honestly, I really don't know what's

  • going to happen now as far as dates or anything like that.

  • We're just kind of in a holding pattern

  • like the rest of the world.

  • So again, it's something we just going

  • to have to wait and see in a few months how this all pans out.

  • Well, let me tell you something.

  • This is just-- you know, this is my two cents.

  • You take it or leave it.

  • But if the TikToks are extremely popular that you're putting out

  • there, if you got married-- if the two of you

  • got married in your house and you posted it on Instagram--

  • this would be just the first wedding.

  • You'd have a big one with people and all that later.

  • But for now, do you know how happy--

  • Do a TikTok wedding?

  • --if we could watch the wedding?

  • Yeah.

  • It's something to think about.

  • [INTERPOSING VOICES]

  • I think it's a good idea.

  • Think about it.

  • We're going to take a break.

  • And then when we come back, we're

  • going to talk about your new show,

  • and other things, probably the wedding, stuff like that.

  • We'll be right back.

  • All right, we are back with Jennifer Lopez.

  • The Quibi show is called Thanks a Million.

  • So I know the concept.

  • Explain the concept, and then tell me who you gave money to.

  • OK, so it's called Thanks a Million.

  • It's a show I'm producing on Quibi, which