In addition to releasing a preview video for her new single “Jenny From the Block Part 2: Electric Boogaloo,” Jennifer Lopez is dealing with a lawsuit this week from the only person in the United States who is unfamiliar with the concept of catfishing.
Rodrigo Ruiz filed a $10,000 suit against Ms. Lopez in L.A. “claiming she sent him a letter out of the blue in 2008, demanding he reply with naked photos,” TMZ reports. Don’t you just hate when that happens! Like give it a rest, Ryan Gosling, my front‐facing camera is broken.
In case if you were wondering what Jennifer Lopez was doing on her summer Friday, we found her!
The self-labeled “mobile neophyte” showed up in Brooklyn this afternoon for the grand opening of her new cell phone retailer Viva Movil. It’s a Latino-aimed joint venture between her, who mostly just poses for pictures for it, and Verizon Wireless.
The Internet is called the “world wide web” for reason, and Zynga has no intention of leaving those additional players on the table. And so starting today, you can play Draw Something in no fewer than 12 languages: French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Norwegian, Swedish, Dutch, Danish, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
That sound you just heard was high school language teachers nationwide ripping up summer reading assignments and replacing them with “download this app, play until your brain melts.”
Bonus: There are celebrities involved. Zynga has enlisted Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias (who have a joint North American tour to promote) to help them celebrate the launch. And if you’ve ever wanted to play a social game with J-Lo, good news, because the pair are going to engage Draw Something players via Twitter. They’ll also be selecting words that’ll be featured in the “JLo Enrique” option of the new “Special Words” feature. A new word will be added every day.