Jennifer Lopez looks set to return to 'American Idol' after her manager, Benny Medina, met with show bosses to discuss her potential comeback.
Jennifer Lopez reportedly wants to return to 'American Idol'.
Her manager Benny Medina is said to have met with show bosses to discuss her potential comeback.
A source told RadarOnline.com: ''J.Lo's manager, Benny Medina, was in talks with FOX even before Mariah and Nicki announced their departures last week.
''Benny told FOX that she does indeed want to return. They're talking. Negotiations are in their infant stages, but they're underway to get her back to the judges' table.''
FOX bosses are eager to claw back viewing figures after this season's finale saw ratings drop to 14.2 million, which is the lowest they've ever been since the show started in 2002. They believe a revamp of judges could be what is needed - including losing Keith Urban.
An insider said: ''It's unlikely that this season's fourth judge, Keith Urban, will also stick around. The show needs an overhaul.''
The 'Live It Up' hitmaker is eager to settle down in Los Angeles, California, and has been looking at nurseries for her five-year-old twins, Max and Emme - her kids with third husband Marc Anthony.
A source said:''Idol allowed her to do that [move to Los Angeles].
''The twins will enter kindergarten in the autumn and stability is important for them - and J.Lo - at this time. She's looking for possible schools for the kids in Los Angeles at the moment.''