September 22, 2018 / 11:49 AM

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Jennifer Lopez Finally Owns Her Diva Behavior, Claims It Ruined Relationships

 

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Finally, after years in the spotlight, it sounds like Jennifer Lopez is getting real. Rumors have swirled around her for the last 15 years about diva antics and a self absorption that kind of killed everything else around her. Lopez is currently promoting her new book, True Love and in an interview with Hoda Kotb she actually decided to own some of the crap in her life and is finally admitting that some of her behavior has sabotaged her previous relationships.

Lopez acknowledges that having so many people around her at all times has been difficult for any man to put up with, especially Ben Affleck and Marc Anthony it seems.

"There's a lot of people in my life and that's hard. There's people in the house. There's hair and makeup. It's a lot, I think, for someone to deal with. Forget about all the outside stuff, being judged, being under scrutiny in the relationship ... I guess that adds in ... but I think they would say that [the entourage] was a big part of their discomfort, if there was any, " says Lopez.

Lopez has obviously learned some serious lessons too because rather than just pointing fingers at other people, she is now taking a harder look at herself and her own missteps. She told Kotb,

"You have to work on yourself ... It's not talking to yourself in the bathroom, it's finding out what's really going on, digging down into the gooey, messy stuff  ... You have to face yourself sometimes, like OK, seriously, everything is not going perfect, what are you doing wrong? Me, not you, me."

It sounds like Lopez has finally grown up and perhaps her next serious relationship will end up going the real distance. Can you imagine her not traveling with a huge entourage of people to get her ready just to walk out the door? Does that seem like a bit of a stretch? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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