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J Lo: ‘Director wanted to see my boobs – a bit of the Bronx came out’

J Lo: ‘Director wanted to see my boobs – a bit of the Bronx came out’

Entertainment
Jennifer Lopez has revealed how she reacted to a director demanding to look at her breasts during a fitting.The singer and actress, who is from the Bronx in New York City, said she refused to take her top off because they were "not on set" of a film which involved her being nude. She was speaking during a Hollywood Reporter roundtable interview with other actresses, including Scarlet Johansson, Lupita Nyong'o and Renee Zellweger. Image: Jennifer Lopez is starring in crime drama Hustlers Asked by Johansson about the encounter early in her career, which she has briefly spoken about before, she said: "He wanted to see my boobs. And I was like, 'We're not on set'."He was crazy. And I said no, I stood up for myself." ...
Falcons' Matt Ryan wanted NFC Championship game 'decided on the field'

Falcons' Matt Ryan wanted NFC Championship game 'decided on the field'

Sports
Feb. 6 (UPI) - His team wasn't in the NFC Championship game, but Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan told UPI that he wishes the bout "would have been decided on the field." Ryan was referencing the mistakes made by officials in the fourth quarter of the Los Angeles Rams' overtime win against the New Orleans Saints on Jan. 20 in New Orleans. Referees pocketed their whistles during a Drew Brees pass to Tommylee Lewis. Rams cornerback Nickell Robey Coleman arrived early during the sequence, decking the Saints pass-catcher before the ball arrived. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said last week that Robey Coleman should have been flagged for the play, which would have awarded a first down to the Saints and given them a chance to score a touchdown instead of settling for a field goal after no...
Wanted: 1,000 new Delta flight attendants

Wanted: 1,000 new Delta flight attendants

Finance
5 stunning stats about airlinesDelta is on the hunt for new flight attendants. The airline has more than 1,000 open flight attendant positions for 2018 and the competition is stiff. Last year, 150,000 people applied for around 1,200 flight attendant jobs. Fewer than 1% of applicants were hired. So far, Delta has received more than 125,000 applications for this hiring round. So what makes it such a tough gig to land? "You need to not only be a customer service professional, but also a safety expert," said Ashton Morrow, a Delta(DAL) spokeswoman. Related: Delta's passengers are paying more It's a long hiring process: applicants first submit an application, then chosen candidates submit a video of themselves answering a set of questions. Selected candidates are then asked to come in for a...
Taylor Swift's mum takes stand at groping trial: 'I wanted to vomit and cry'

Taylor Swift's mum takes stand at groping trial: 'I wanted to vomit and cry'

Entertainment
Taylor Swift's mum made an emotional appearance in court, as she testified about the moment she learned the star had been groped backstage at a concert."I went into the dressing room and I saw her face," Andrea Swift told jurors in Denver. "I could see that there was something horribly wrong. "She said, 'Mom, a guy just grabbed my ass,'" she continued. "I wanted to vomit and cry at the same time."Swift is suing radio DJ David Mueller over the incident, which he denies.Taylor Swift 'certain' she was gropedTaylor Swift trial: What you need to knowThe alleged assault occurred in 2013, during a Denver stopover on Taylor Swift's Red tour. Mueller, then a host on the top-rated radio station KYGO, had been invited to meet the star before the show. As they posed for a photo, Swift claims, "he put ...
Terror leader wanted by FBI 'goes on the run'

Terror leader wanted by FBI 'goes on the run'

World
The man said to be Islamic State's leader in southeast Asia - and one of America's most wanted terrorists - appears to have gone on the run after a five-week battle in the Philippines. The fight against Islamist militants in the southern city of Marawi began with an attempt to capture Isnilon Hapilon on 23 May.That triggered a rampage by the militants - backed by some foreign fighters - and parts of the mainly Muslim city were seized.Image:Isnilon Hapilon 'should be considered armed and dangerous', the FBI saysThe president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, declared martial law in Marawi and the entire southern region of Mindanao.The resulting offensive was intended to crush what Mr Duterte said was an attempt to establish a province in the area.General Carlito Galvez said Hapilon had n...