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Topic - Lopez
The versatile J-Lo was announced last fall as a creative partner with the English-language Latino network, but her role was solidified Wednesday as NUVOtv held its upfront for advertisers and prepared for a relaunch of its programming in July.
"I feel like you're still a little tense in your body," Lopez told Reinhart.
"I've loved it so much. I've enjoyed the show so much. I enjoy just the whole process of the show. ... It's a tough decision either way, but I have to say there are so many things I do that I put on hold for that," said Miss Lopez, 42. "It's a heartbreaking decision if I have to go."