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In an interview conducted by her Monster-in-Law co-star Jane Fonda, Jennifer reveals that a former manager tried forcing the star to lose poundage in order to succeed in skinny-obsessed Hollywood. "I was just so infuriated that somebody said you couldn't have a little extra meat on you -- because I was by no means fat!" Jennifer shares with Fonda. "I was like: "No, this is who I am and this is the type of woman that I grew up with and it was beautiful and there's no reason to be anybody but myself."
These days, the recently-single Jennifer is happy with curvacious figure, but that doesn't mean she's found total peace with her looks. When the topic of plastic surgery comes up in the interview (Fonda's been very open about the procedures she's had done), J.Lo admits she'd consider getting work done.
"Honestly, I'm not going to make a judgement on it because I don't have to yet,' Lopez says. "I mean, I'd like to think I'll feel great about myself and age gracefully, but then I think: "Well, what if I do want a little bit of something? I'm open to being open."
Another thing Jennifer is open to is finding new love. As AOL Music reported last week, Jenny from the Block has, in her mind, learned the most important relationship lesson following her third divorce from Marc Anthony. "You've got to love yourself first," J.Lo shares in the same Glamour interview. "You've got to be OK on your own before you're OK with someone else. You've got to value yourself and know that you're worth everything. And until you value yourself enough and love yourself enough to know that, you can't really have a healthy relationship."