Jennifer Lopez feels ''stronger'' since her split from Casper Smart, but admits she doesn't know what the future holds for her.
Jennifer Lopez feels ''stronger'' since her split from Casper Smart.
The 'On The Floor' hitmaker has done ''some soul searching'' recently after ending her two-and-a-half-year relationship with the 27-year-old dancer, but admits she doesn't know what the future holds for her.
The 44-year-old singer told Billboard magazine: ''Things have changed so much for me. I had to really do some soul searching and just realise a lot of things about love, and now I feel like I come from a place where I'm stronger and, I think, better.''
She added: ''I don't know what I'm going to be doing in the next six months. I really don't. And that's OK for me. Because what I like is whatever happens is supposed to happen. And I'm good. I can roll with that.''
The star, who has six-year-old twins, Emme and Max, with her third ex-husband, Marc Anthony, admits she can be ''way too deep and introspective sometimes,'' and wants to show off different sides of her personality on her upcoming eight album, 'A.K.A.'
She said: ''I've always strayed from embracing all these different parts of myself as a person and as an artist, but this time I was like, 'I am all these different things.' I can be silly, I can make fun of myself, but I can also be deathly serious and way too deep and introspective sometimes. I think people have so many more sides to themselves than just one. We're much more colourful than that.''
But Jennifer insists: ''I don't feel like I have anything to prove anymore.''
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