AMAs Cut J-Lo's Fall 'Out of Respect,' Though She Meant to Do It
It's a shame that the highly rated American Music Awards chose to cut Jennifer Lopez's fall during her performance of "Louboutins" for the west coast feed, because -- uh, P.S., she meant to do that. P.P.S. DUH. Jenny from the Awkward Blocking appeared on Ryan Seacrest's morning radio show to discuss the event in question, and her explanation will reassure you that she's Martha Graham wrapped in Mikhail Baryshnikov hidden in Fatima Robinson.
EW recounts Lopez's sit-down with KIIS-FM.
Jennifer Lopez took to Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show this morning to speak on the tumble she took while performing her single "Louboutins" at the American Music Awards last night. First came denial: "Did I trip a little bit? I don't even remember." Then excuses: "I meant to do that! You should know me better than that. That was part of the choreography!"
Okay, so Lopez was probably only kidding with all that nonsense, as indicated by her laughter throughout. After Seacrest graciously credited her with "the greatest recovery ever" following her spill, the diva offered some more sincere words of wisdom: "The measure of things is not what happens when you fall, it's how you handle when you fall." That's deep.
Better falling during a difficult bit of choreography than failing with some overindulgent, on-purpose sex moves.
UPDATE: Speaking of Adam Lambert, he says it's not fair that his hip dancing was edited, because he was just being like Madonna. Teehee! They're synonyms, those two! I'm so angry.