Jennifer Lopez reveals her biggest fear in life

Jennifer Lopez reveals her biggest fear in life

Through her own Amazon Prime documentary titled “The Greatest Love Story Never Told.” Jennifer Lopez Through tears, she revealed one of her biggest fears in life: being alone.

Jennifer Lopez She dared to share intimate details from her life to show what people didn't know about the Bronx diva who is the most influential among women.

The singer has revealed the details of her marriages and also revealed that every time she broke up with one of her ex-husbands, she was afraid of being alone.

“I used to be afraid of being alone. “I didn’t think about myself at all and the world didn’t think much about me either,” she confessed, crying, in her documentary.

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“I didn't know what to do when I was alone. Who would take care of me? Who would protect me? A therapist said to me, 'Can you be alone?' And I said, 'I.' “I can manage it. I’ll be alone until Christmas.” JLo.

Jennifer López talks about her past relationships

Jennifer Lopez broke her silence about the abuse she suffered in previous relationships. In her own Amazon Prime documentary titled “The Greatest Love Story Never Told,” the singer revealed some disturbing details about her love story.

In the documentation JLo discussed scenes from one of her songs titled “Rebound” and in this scene, Lopez performs choreography that suggests domestic violence in a toxic relationship.

“I'm glad that someone has our backs,” the actress later said as she walked from the set to her dressing room.

“It’s no fun being thrown around and abused like that,” she says. Jennifer Lopez. “Thank God I've never been in a relationship where I've been hit, but I've definitely been abused and experienced a few other nasty, harsh, disrespectful things.”

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She is then seen at home talking to her friend and producing partner Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas about the emotional toll the entire project is taking on her.

“More than anything, it really is a vulnerable place to be in every day. That's why I go to work every day and think: 'What am I doing?'” says the singer.

Goldsmith-Thomas responds, telling the celebrity, “It's a personal journey…that will resonate with so many women who are abused…You talk about us accepting less than we deserve.”