Jennifer Lopez To Share Spotlight With Mariah Carey And Beyonce

Jennifer Lopez will soon have to share the spotlight with two fellow artists: Mariah Carey and Beyonce.

Lopez is said to return to “American Idol” to perform on the season finale and will also share the stage with Beyonce at a benefit concert this summer. Although rumors of feuds between the divas have sizzled, many are left to question whether or not these divas really get along.

Jennifer Lopez and Mariah Carey on ‘Idol’

According to past rumors, there may have been some tension between Carey and Lopez. According to the National Enquirer, JLo was secretly giving career advice to “American Idol” judge Nicki Minaj, who happens to be very disliked by fellow Idol judge Carey, in order for Minaj to become the favorite judge on Idol.

“Mariah considers Minaj to be more of a pest than anything, like a buzzing gnat,” revealed a close source to the Enquirer. “But it’s Jennifer who really gets under her skin. They’ve always bad-mouthed each other, but Mariah hit the roof when she heard Jennifer called Nicki and offered to help her become the most popular ‘American Idol’ judge.” As childish as this may sound, it sounds even worse when you remember these ladies are both in their 40s.”

Lopez and Carey have both denied rumors of a feud between them.

Will these two divas collide without even having to share a stage? I guess we’ll find out when the finale airs on Fox May 15 and 16!

Jennifer Lopez and Beyonce to share the stage

On a more grounded note, it has just been announced that Lopez will perform alongside Beyonce at the Chime For Change charity concert on June 1 at Twickenham Stadium in London. Also performing: Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora, Florence and the Machine, John Legend, Iggy Azalea, Haim, Timbaland and Laura Pausini. The charity concert is held to bring awareness to girl’s and women’s issues and rights.

As far as we know, Jennifer hasn’t had any feuds with Beyonce. Let’s hope they can keep their peace intact while sharing the stage!



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