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Jennifer Lopez

Facts about Jennifer Lopez

Date of Birth:24 July 1970
Birthplace:Bronx, New York
Age:39
First Name:Jennifer
Middle Name:Lynn
Last Name:Lopez
Maiden Name:Lopez
Build:Athletic
Height:5' 7" (170 cm)
Eye Color:Brown - Light
Hair Color:Brown - Dark
Star Sign:Leo
Claim to Fame:In Living Color
Occupation:Singer, Actress, Fashion Designer
Religion:Christian
Occupation Category:Singer
Nationality:American
Music Genre:Pop, R&B
Music Style:Adult Contemporary, Club/Dance, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Dance-Pop, Electronic, Latin, Latin Dance, Latin Pop, Pop, Pop/Rock, Urban
Music Mood:Carefree, Confident, Energetic, Executive Producer, Fun, Party/Celebratory, Playful, Reserved, Sensual, Sexual, Sexy, Spicy, Stylish
Musical Instrument:Vocals
Alternative Names:J. Lo
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Biography for Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lynn Lopez (born Jul. 24, 1969 (49 years ago)), often nicknamed J.Lo, is an American actress, singer, record producer, dancer, fashion designer and TV producer. She is the richest person of Latin American descent in Hollywood according to Forbes, and the most influential Hispanic entertainer in the U.S. according to People en Español's list of "100 Most Influential Hispanics".

Starting in 1999 (19 years ago), Lopez released seven albums, including two number one albums on the Billboard 200 charts and four Billboard Hot 100 number one singles. She won the 2003 (15 years ago) American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist and the 2007 (11 years ago) American Music Award for Favorite Latin Artist. She has appeared in numerous films, and has won ALMA Awards for outstanding actress for her work in Selena, Out of Sight, and Angel Eyes. She parlayed her media fame into a fashion line and various perfumes with her celebrity endorsement.

Media attention has also focused on her personal life. She has had high-profile relationships with Ojani Noa, Cris Judd, Sean Combs, Ben Affleck (7 walls), and Marc Anthony. Her first children, fraternal twins named Max and Emme, were born on Feb. 22, 2008 (10 years ago).

Film and TV

Lopez first TV job as an actress, on the Fox series South Central came her way because the producer of the TV series was married to one of the other fly girls, and he took notice of Lopez during a special Fox aired about the "Fly Girls". Lopez also made a guest appearance Second Chances and Hotel Malibu. She then appeared in the made-for-TV movie Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flight 7. Lopez's first serious screen role was in Gregory Nava's 1995 (23 years ago) drama My Family, playing the character of Young Maria in the 1920 (98 years ago). After starring alongside Jimmy Smits and Edward James Olmos in My Family, Lopez starred in the action movie Money Train opposite Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson. In 1996 (22 years ago), she beat out Ashley Judd (62 walls) and Lauren Holly for the supporting role in Francis Ford Coppola's 1996 (22 years ago) comedy Jack starring Robin Williams. She then starred opposite Jack Nicholson in Bob Rafelson's well-received noir thriller Blood and Wine.

Lopez's first big break came in 1997 (21 years ago), when she was chosen to play the title role in Selena, a biopic of the Tejano pop singer Selena. Despite having previously worked with Nava on Mi Familia, Lopez was subjected to an intense auditioning process before landing the lead role of Selena. She earned widespread praise for her performance, including a Golden Globe Award for "Best Actress - Motion picture (wallpaper) Musical or Comedy". Later that year Lopez appeared in two major films. She starred in the horror movie Anaconda alongside Ice Cube and Jon Voight, playing the role of Terri Flores, a director who is shooting a documentary while traveling through the Amazon River. Though, despite being a modest box office hit, the movie was critically panned. Lopez then starred as the leading actress in the neo-noir movie U Turn, which is based on the book Stray Dogs, starring alongside Sean Penn and Billy Bob Thornton.

In 1998 (20 years ago), she had one of her most acclaimed roles, starring opposite George Clooney (5 walls) in Out of Sight, Steven Soderbergh's adaptation the Elmore Leonard novel. Cast as a deputy federal marshal who falls for a charming criminal, Lopez won raves for her tough performance and in the process she became the highest paid Latina actress in Hollywood history. That same year, she provided the voice for Azteca on the computer-animated movie Antz. Lopez then starred opposite Vince Vaughn, in the psychological thriller movie The Cell. She portrayed Catherine Deane, a child psychologist who uses a virtual reality to enter into the minds of her patients to coax them from their comas. The movie was released on Aug. 18, 2000 (18 years ago) and became a box office success opening at number one. The following year, Lopez took a hiatus from acting in movies to work on her music career.

In 2001 (17 years ago), Lopez starred alongside Matthew McConaughey in the romantic comedy The Wedding Planner. The movie debuted at number one, making her the first actress and singer in history to have a movie and an album, J.Lo, at number one in the same week. Her next role in the supernatural romance Angel Eyes (2001, 17 years ago), and in the psychological revenge thriller Enough (2002, 16 years ago), both failed to click with audiences and critics alike. She appeared alongside Ralph Fiennes in the romantic comedy movie Maid in Manhattan (2002, 16 years ago). Her character, Marisa Ventura, is a struggling single mother who lives in the Bronx and makes her living cleaning rooms in a super-luxurious Manhattan hotel, who gets mistaken for a socialite by a princely politician. Maid in Manhattan was a box office hit opening at number one. The New York Times compared the movies storyline to her 2002 (16 years ago) song, "Jenny from the Block", commenting, "In her new single, Jenny From the Block, Jennifer Lopez declares that despite her enormous wealth and global fame, she has not lost touch with her roots.". Some of her other critically-acclaimed movies include An Unfinished Life and Shall We Dance?. Two independent movies produced by Lopez were well-received at movie festivals: El Cantante at the Toronto International movie Festival, and Bordertown at the Brussels movie festival. Her modestly successful movie includes Monster-in-Law (2005, 13 years ago). Gigli, however, would be a critical and commercial disappointment. In Aug. 2007 (11 years ago), Lopez collaborated on the feature film, El Cantante, with her husband singer-actor Marc Anthony. The movie is in English, with a creative use of subtitles for songs with Spanish lyrics. In addition, she will appear in the romantic comedy The Back-Up Plan.

On Apr. 10, 2007 (11 years ago) Lopez made an appearance as a mentor on American Idol. Lopez also became the executive producer of the eight-episode reality show, DanceLife, which ran on MTV and began on Jan. 15, 2007 (11 years ago). Lopez helped select the show's participants and made cameo appearances. She then served as executive producer of a miniseries broadcast on Univisión. Titled after her CD Como Ama Una Mujer, it ran in five episodes from Oct. 30 to Nov. 27, 2007 (11 years ago), and starred Christian Borrero and Adriana Cruz.

Lopez signed a contract as star and executive producer of an unscripted reality series for TLC, a division of Discovery Communications Inc. The series will show the launching of her new fragrance, and will not focus on her family.

Box office standing and record sales

Lopez is one of the highest-paid actresses in Hollywood and the highest-paid Latin actress in Hollywood history, though she's never had a movie grossing over $100 million in the U.S. She was on the The Hollywood Reporter's list of the top ten actress salaries in 2002 (16 years ago), 2003 (15 years ago), and 2004 (14 years ago). She received $15 million for her role in Monster-in-Law. Her top-grossing movie domestically is Maid in Manhattan which grossed $94,011,225, and her most successful international film, Shall We Dance?, grossed $112,238,000, at the international box office. Domestically, Shall We Dance? grossed $57,890,460 and a total of $170,128,460 worldwide.

Lopez has sold over 48 million albums worldwide. Lopez made the 2007 (11 years ago) Forbes magazine's list of The 20 Richest Women In Entertainment, ranking ninth. Her wealth is estimated to be $110 million.

Concerts

Billboard Magazine reported, on Jul. 24, 2007 (11 years ago), that Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony would "co-headline" a worldwide tour called "Juntos en Concierto" starting in New Jersey on sep. 29. Tickets went on sale Aug. 10. The tour was a mix of her current music, older tunes and Spanish music. In a later press release, Lopez announced a detailed itinerary. The tour launched sep. 28, 2007 (11 years ago) at the Mark G. Etess Arena and ended on Nov. 7, 2007 (11 years ago) at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.

Concerts:
2001: Let's Get Loud "Live in Puerto Rico" Concert
2008: Live In Athens

Tours:
2007: Juntos en Concierto

Business

Lopez launched a clothing line in 2003 (15 years ago). Named JLO by Jennifer Lopez, the line included different types of clothing for young women, including jeans, T-shirts, coats, belts, purses, and lingerie, a jewelry line, and an accessory line that includes hats, gloves, and scarves. Lopez participated in the Louis Vuitton Winter 2003 (15 years ago) campaign. In 2005 (13 years ago), she launched a new clothing line called Sweetface. In late 2007 (11 years ago), Lopez retired JLO by Jennifer Lopez and launched a new juniors' line called JustSweet. Her fashion lines have featured at many New York Fashion Week events.

Lopez's frequent use of animal fur in her clothing lines and personal wardrobe has brought the scorn of people concerned with animal rights. At the Los Angeles premiere of Monster-in-Law, more than one hundred protesters from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) held a demonstration to highlight their concerns.

On Apr. 12, 2002 (16 years ago), Lopez opened a Cuban restaurant in the South Lake district of Pasadena, California named Madre's. A media sensation was creating when during a press shoot for the fancy restaurant, a mysterious man appeared out of the sidelines and gave Lopez a floral arrangement from Ben Affleck (7 walls), even as then-husband Cris Judd stood next to her. Lopez was widely criticized for what appeared to be infidelity on her part.

Lopez has ventured in the perfume industry, with her debut "Glow by J.Lo". In Oct. 2003 (15 years ago), Lopez introduced a perfume called "Still", having revisit "Glow" the previous year by creating a limited edition spin-off, "Miami Glow by J.Lo", in homage to her adopted hometown of Miami. Lopez also marketed a "Glow" line of body lotions and bronzing products. For the Christmas season of 2005 (13 years ago), she launched another fragrance, "Live by Jennifer Lopez". For 2006 (12 years ago) Valentine's Day, "Miami Glow" was replaced by yet another "Glow" spin-off, "Love at First Glow by J.Lo". Her following fragrance, "Live Luxe", was released in Aug. 2006 (12 years ago), with "Glow After Dark" following in Jan. 2007 (11 years ago). Lopez is a spokesperson for Lux shampoo in Japan, appearing in the product's TV commercials.

Lopez owns the movie and TV production company Nuyorican Productions. It was cofounded with her manager Benny Medina, who was supposed to receive half the producing revenue from the company. Lopez split with Medina shortly after the company was founded, but they later restored their business relationship.

Lopez has been recognized by People en Español magazine as both the cover subject for the "50 Most Beautiful" issue in 2006 (12 years ago) and the "100 Most Influential Hispanics" issue in Feb. 2007 (11 years ago).

Human rights advocacy

In May 2001 (17 years ago), Lopez attended a White House benefit for UNICEF, where she assisted magician David Copperfield with an illusion which gave the appearance that she had been sawed into six pieces.

On Feb. 14, 2007 (11 years ago), Lopez received the Artists for Amnesty International award "in recognition of her work as producer and star of Bordertown, a movie exposing the ongoing murders of hundreds of women in the border city of Juárez, Mexico". Nobel Peace Prize winner José Ramos-Horta presented the award to Lopez at the Berlin International movie Festival. She also received special recognition and thanks from Norma Andrade, co-founder of Nuestras Hijas de Regreso a Casa A.C. ("May Our Daughters Return Home, Civil Association"), an organization consisting of mothers and families of the murdered women of Juárez.

Early years

Jennifer Lopez was born and grew up in the South Bronx, New York to Puerto Rican parents Guadalupe Rodríguez, a kindergarten teacher, and David Lopez, a computer specialist. She has two siblings, Lynda and Leslie. Lopez spent her entire academic career in Catholic schools, finishing at the all-girls Preston High School, in the Bronx. She financed singing and dancing lessons for herself from the age of 19. After attending Baruch College for one semester, Lopez divided her time between working in a legal office, dance classes, and dance performances in Manhattan night clubs. She had a bit part in the 1987 (31 years ago) movie My Little Girl. After months of auditioning for dance roles, Lopez was selected as a dancer for various rap music videos, a 1990 (28 years ago) episode of Yo! MTV Raps, and as a backup dancer for the New Kids on the Block and their performance of their song "Games" for the American Music Awards in 1991 (27 years ago). After being rejected twice, she gained her first regular high-profile job as a "Fly Girl" dancer on the TV comedy program In Living Color in 1990 (28 years ago). Soon after, Lopez became a backup dancer for Janet Jackson and made an appearance in her 1993 (25 years ago) video "That's the Way Love Goes".

Filmography

  • My Little Girl
  • Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flight 7
  • My Family/Mi Familia
  • Money Train
  • Jack
  • Blood and Wine
  • Selena
  • Anaconda
  • U Turn
  • Out of Sight
  • Antz
  • The Cell
  • The Wedding Planner
  • Angel Eyes
  • Enough
  • Maid in Manhattan
  • Gigli
  • Jersey Girl
  • Shall We Dance?
  • Monster-in-Law
  • An Unfinished Life
  • Bordertown
  • El Cantante
  • Feel the Noise
  • The Back-Up Plan

TV-shows (series)

  • In Living Color
  • Second Chances
  • South Central
  • Hotel Malibu
  • Will & Grace

Discography

  • Studio albums
  • 1999 (19 years ago): On the 6
  • 2001 (17 years ago): J. Lo
  • 2002 (16 years ago): This Is Me... Then
  • 2005 (13 years ago): Rebirth
  • 2007 (11 years ago): Como Ama una Mujer (Spanish language album)
  • 2007 (11 years ago): Brave
  • Remix albums
  • 2002 (16 years ago): J to tha L-O!: The Remixes
  • DVDs
  • 2000 (18 years ago): Feelin' So Good
  • 2003 (15 years ago): Let's Get Loud
  • 2003 (15 years ago): The Reel Me
  • 2007 (11 years ago): Como Ama Una Mujer
  • Singles:
  • "If You Had My Love"
  • "Love Don't Cost a Thing"
  • "I'm Real"/"I'm Real" (Murder Remix)" (featuring Ja Rule)
  • "Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix)" (featuring Ja Rule and Caddillac Tah)
  • "Jenny from the Block" (featuring Styles P and Jadakiss)
  • "All I Have" (featuring LL Cool J)
  • "Get Right"

Awards and nominations

  • 1995 Independent Spirit Awards: nomination for Best Supporting Actress for My Family
  • 1995 NCLR Bravo Award: Nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Feature movie For Money Train
  • 1996 NCLR Bravo Award: Nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Feature movie (Jack)
  • 1997 Saturn Awards: nomination for Best Actress (Anaconda)
  • 1997 MTV Movie Awards Nomination for Breakthrough Performance for Selena
  • 1998 Golden Globe Awards: nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy for "Selena"
  • 1998 MTV Movie Awards: 2 nominations for Best Female Performance and Best Kiss - shared with George Clooney (5 walls) ("Out Of Sight")
  • 1998 Empire Movie Awards: nomination for Best Actress ("Out Of Sight")
  • 1998 ALMA Awards: won Outstanding Actress ("Selena")
  • 1998 Lone Star movie & TV Awards: won Best Actress ("Selena")
  • 1998 Imagen Foundation Awards: Lasting image (wallpaper) Award ("Selena")
  • 1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards: nomination for Favorite Actress - Action & Adventure ("Anaconda")
  • 1998 Saturn Awards: nomination for Best Actress ("Anaconda")
  • 1999 MTV Video Music Awards: 4 nominations for "If You Had My Love" – Best Female Video, Best Dance Video, Best Pop Video and Best New Artist and 1 nomination for Best Artist Website
  • 1999 American Music Awards: 2 nominations – Favorite Pop/Rock New Artist and Favorite Latin Artist
  • 1999 Soul Train Music Awards: nomination for Best R&B/Soul Album, Female (On The 6)
  • 1999 MTV Europe Music Awards: nomination for Breakthrough Artist
  • 1999 ALMA Awards: won Outstanding Actress (Out of Sight)
  • 1999 Ritmo Latino Awards: won New Artist of the Year
  • 1999 Latin Music and Sports Awards: won New Artist of the Year
  • 1999 Billboard Music Awards: won Best Pop Clip ("If You Had My Love")
  • 1999 Teen Choice Awards: won Best Song of the Summer ("If You Had My Love")
  • 1999 VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards: won Most Fashionable Female Artist
  • 1999 MTV Movie Awards: nomination for Best Female Performance and Best Kiss (Shared with George Clooney (5 walls)) (Out Of Sight)
  • 2000 MTV Video Music Awards: nomination for Best Choreography ("Waiting For Tonight"); won Best Dance Video ("Waiting For Tonight")
  • 2000 Grammy Awards: nomination for Best Dance Recording ("Waiting For Tonight")
  • 2000 Brit Awards: 2 nominations for "Best International Female Solo Artist" and "Best International Breakthrough"
  • 2000 MTV Europe Music Awards: nomination for Best Female; won Best R&B
  • 2000 VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards: Versace Award
  • 2000 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards: won Favorite New Music Artist
  • 2000 Bambi: won Best International Pop Performance
  • 2000 ALMA Awards: won Outstanding Music Video Performer ("If You Had My Love") and Special Achievement Award for Female Entertainer of the Year
  • 2000 Billboard Latin Music Awards: won Hot Latin Track of the Year, Vocal Duo ("No Me Ames" with Marc Anthony).
  • 2000 Latin Grammy Awards: nomination for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal and Best Music Video ("No Me Ames" with Marc Anthony)
  • 2000 Winter Music Conference: won Best New Dance Artist Solo and Best Dance Video ("Waiting For Tonight")
  • 2001 American Music Awards: nomination for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist
  • 2001 MTV Video Music Awards: 2 nominations for "Love Don't Cost A Thing" – Best Female Video and Best Dance Video
  • 2001 People's Choice Awards: 2 nominations – Favorite Actress and Favorite Female Musical Performer
  • 2001 Stinkers Bad Movie Awards: nomination for Worst Actress; won Most Annoying Fake Accent - Female ("Angel Eyes")
  • 2001 ALMA Awards: 5 nominations – Outstanding Host of a Variety or Awards Special for The 1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards, Outstanding Female Performer, Album of the Year ("J. Lo"). Won Outstanding Music Video - People's Choice Award ("Love Don't Cost A Thing") and Special Achievement Award Female Entertainer of the Year
  • 2001 MTV Europe Music Awards: won Best Female
  • 2001 Grammy Awards: nomination for Best Dance Recording ("Let's Get Loud")
  • 2001 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards: won Favorite Female Movie Star
  • 2001 Top of the Pops: "Artist on Top of the World"
  • 2001 Teen Choice Awards: nomination for Choice Chemistry ("The Wedding Planner"). Won Female Hottie of the Year and Best Dance Track ("Play")
  • 2001 MTV Movie Awards: nomination for Best Female Performance ("The Cell"). Won Best Dressed
  • 2001 Saturn Awards: nomination for Best Actress ("The Cell")
  • 2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards: Won Favorite Actress - Science Fiction ("The Cell")
  • 2001 TMF Awards: won Best International Female
  • 2002 American Music Awards: nomination for Favorite Hip-Hop/R&B Female Artist
  • 2002 MTV Video Music Awards: won Best Hip-Hop Video ("I'm Real") - shared with Ja Rule
  • 2002 NAACP image (wallpaper) Award: nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Motion picture (wallpaper) (Maid in Manhattan)
  • 2002 TMF Awards: won Best International Female
  • 2002 Stinkers Bad Movie Awards: nomination for Worst Actress (Enough)
  • 2002 Latin Billboard Music Awards: nomination for Latin Dance Club Play Track of The Year ("Play") and 2 nominations for Latin Dance Maxi-Single of The Year ("Love Don't Cost A Thing [Amor Se Paga Con Amor]" and won for "I'm Real").
  • 2002 MTV Europe Music Awards: nomination for Best R&B, won Best Female
  • 2002 VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards: won Most Influential Artist
  • 2002 ShoWest Awards: won Female Star of The Year
  • 2002 Teen Choice Awards: won Best R&B/Hip-Hop/Rap Single ("Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix)") - shared with Ja Rule and Caddillac Tah
  • 2002 World Music Awards: won World's Best-Selling Latin Female Artist.
  • 2002 NRJ Music Awards: won International Female Artist of the Year.
  • 2002 Kids' Choice Awards: won Favorite Female Movie Star ("The Wedding Planner")
  • 2002 Alma Awards: 2 nominations for Outstanding Performance - Music, Variety or Comedy Special ("Jennifer Lopez in Concert - Let's Get Loud") and Outstanding Actress in a Motion picture (wallpaper) ("Angel Eyes")
  • 2003 American Music Awards: won Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist
  • 2003 MTV Video Music Awards: 4 nominations for "I'm Glad" – Best Female Video, Best Dance Video, Best Choreography and Best Art Direction
  • 2003 MTV Europe Music Awards: nomination for "Best R&B"
  • 2003 Groovevolt Music & Fashion Awards: 4 nominations – Video of the Year ("I'm Glad"), Best Album - Female (This Is Me... Then), Best Collaboration ("All I Have") - shared with LL Cool J - and Most Fashionable Artist
  • 2003 Golden Raspberry Award: won Wost Actress and Worst Screen Couple - shared with Ben Affleck (7 walls) (Gigli)
  • 2003 Teen Choice Awards: 12 nominations; Choice Movie Actress - Comedy, Choice Liar and Choice Liplock - shared with Ralph Fiennes (Maid in Manhattan), Choice Music Single and Choice Music Hook Up (All I Have) - shared with LL Cool J, Choice Love Song (I'm Glad), Choice Music Album (This is Me... Then), Choice Music Female Artist, Choice Female Hottie and Choice Crossover Artist (Music/Acting). Won Choice Fashion Icon - Female and Choice Hip-Hop/R&B Artist
  • 2003 NRJ Music Awards: won Music Website of the Year
  • 2003 Kids Choice Awards: nomination for Favorite Movie Actress ("Maid In Manhattan")
  • 2003 Billboard Latin Music Awards: won Best-Selling Latin Dance Single of the Year ("Alive (Thunderpuss Club Mix)")
  • 2004 People's Choice Awards: nomination for Best Smile
  • 2004 Billboard Latin Music Awards: won Best-Selling Latin Dance Single of the Year ("I'm Glad (Paul Oakenfold Remix)" )
  • 2004 Kids' Choice Awards: nomination for Favorite Female Singer
  • 2004 Premios Juventud: won Quiero Vestir como Ella (She's Got Style) and En la Mira del Paparazzi (Paparazzi's Favorite Target) (shared with Marc Anthony).
  • 2005 MTV Video Music Awards: 4 nominations for "Get Right" – Best Dance Video, Best Direction, Best Choreography and Best Editing
  • 2005 MTV Video Music Awards Japan: nomination for Best Female Video (Get Right)
  • 2005 World Music Awards: nominated for World's Best-Selling Pop Female Artist
  • 2005 Teen Choice Awards: 2 nominations for "Get Right": Choice R&B/Rap Track, Choice Party Starter. 2 nominations for "Monster-in-Law": Choice Chemistry (shared with Jane Fonda), Best Movie Actress in a Comedy. 1 nomination for Shall We Dance: Choice Dance Scene (shared with Richard Gere). Also nominated for Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon - Female
  • 2005 Premios Juventud: won Actriz que se Roba la Pantalla (She Steals the Show) for "Shall We Dance?" & "Monster In Law" and Quiero Vestir como Ella (She's Got Style).
  • 2006 Women in movie - Crystal Award
  • 2006 Groovevolt Music & Fashion Awards: 3 nominations – Best Pop Song by a Group or Collaboration ("Get Right (Remix)") - shared with Fabolous - and Most Fashionable Artist; won Most Fashionable Music Video ("Get Right")
  • 2006 ALMA Awards: nomination for Outstanding Female Performer
  • 2006 ACE Award for Accessories
  • 2006 Premios Juventud: nominated for Actriz que se Roba la Pantalla (She Steals the Show) for "An Unfinished Life" and Quiero Vestir Como Ella (She's Got Style)
  • 2007 Award From Human Rights Group for Bordertown
  • 2007 Style Icon Of The Year Award
  • 2007 Winter Music Conference: nomination for Best Rap/Hip Hop Dance Track for "Control Myself" (shared with LL Cool J).
  • 2007 Premios MTV Latinoamérica: nomination for MTV Tr3́s Viewer's Choice Award — Best Pop Artist
  • 2007 American Music Awards: won Favorite Latin Artist
  • 2007 World Music Awards: nomination for World's Best Selling Latin Artist
  • 2007 Los Premios Principales: nomination for Mejor Artista (Best Artist) and Mejor Canción (Best Song) for Que Hiciste
  • 2007 Premios Amigo: won "Amigo Brugal Best-Selling Latin Artist". 2 nominations for "Best Digital Single" and "Best Ringtone" for Que Hiciste.
  • 2007 1st Annual MiTRL Music Awards: 2 nominations for Chica Of The Year (Female Of The Year) and So You Think You Can Act? Award
  • 2007 Premios Oye!: nomination for Pop Español: Solista Femenina
  • 2007 E!Hot50 Music Awards: won Best Non-English Performance
  • 2007 Premios Juventud: won Quiero Vestir Como Ella (She's Got Style) and Chica Que Me Quita El Sueno (Girl of My Dreams). 1 nomination for En La Mira Del Paparazzi(Paparazzi's Favorite Target).
  • 2008 Billboard Latin Music Awards: won Latin Pop Album Of The Year, Female for Como Ama Una Mujer. 3 nominations for Latin Album Of The Year (Como Ama Una Mujer), Latin Pop Airplay Song Of The Year, Female and Latin Dance Club Play Track Of The Year (Que Hiciste)
  • 2008 Premio Lo Nuestro: won for Solísta o Grupo Revelación Del Año (New Soloist or Group Of The Year).
  • 2008 Premios Juventud: won Quiero Vestir como Ella (She's Got Style), Chica que me Quita el Sueno (Girl of My Dreams) and En la Mira del Paparazzi (Paparazzi's Favorite Target) (shared with Marc Anthony). She also received three other nominations: Actriz que se Roba la Pantalla (She Steals the Show) for El Cantante, Torridos Romances (Romance that Made the Most Impact) (shared with Marc Anthony), and En la Mira del Paparazzi (Paparazzi’s Favorite Target - solo).
  • 2008 ALMA Awards: nominated for Outstanding Performance of a Lead Latino /a Cast in a Motion picture (wallpaper) for El Cantante.
  • 2009 Premios Juventud: won Quiero Vestir Como Ella (She's Got Style).


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