8 Things We Learned About Jennifer Lopez From Her New Documentary

    Google images search was inspired by this iconic JLo look.

    Jennifer Lopez's new Netflix documentary Halftime premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 8, 2022. Directed by Amanda Micheli, the 95-minute documentary shows Jennifer Lopez "reflecting on her multifaceted career and the pressure of life in the spotlight."

    JLo in a yellow dress

    Here are the eight things I learned about J.Lo from the documentary.

    Jennifer Lopez walks the runway at the Versace show during the Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020

    1. J.Lo wasn't very happy about splitting the Super Bowl show with Shakira.

    shakira and jlo on stage

    2. The NFL higher-ups wanted to cut out the "children in cages" part of J.Lo's show.

    JLo's daughter Emme singing during Superbowl LIV

    3. J.Lo was motivated to be more political after seeing the images of children in cages on the border.

    Jennifer Lopez attends the "Halftime" Premiere during the Tribeca Festival Opening Night

    4. J.Lo had considered quitting Hollywood at one point when she couldn't take any more jokes made at the expense of her relationship with Ben Affleck.

    jennifer and ben on a boat

    5. J.Lo was mocked by Hollywood media for her curves.

    Jennifer Lopez performs onstage at the 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards

    6. The Hustlers Oscar nomination snub and losing the Golden Globes hit J.Lo hard.

    The cast of "Hustlers"

    7. Green is J.Lo's lucky color.

    JLo at the Golden Globes after party.

    8. And finally, Google Image Search was inspired by the iconic Versace dress J.Lo rocked at the 2000 Grammy Awards.

    Lopez backstage at the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards, February 23, 2000