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"I'm not lying!" the "Crazy Rich Asians" star told Kelly Clarkson.
The actor won the award for her role in Lulu Wang's "The Farewell."
When it premiered on ABC in 2015, it became the first broadcast sitcom about Asian Americans since Margaret Cho’s short-lived “All-American Girl” in 1994.
Female leads in "Miss Saigon" and "The World of Suzie Wong" embodied the Western stereotypes of Asian women.
Director Lorene Scafaria and Lopez's pole instructor walked us through one of the movie's best scenes.
The film highlights the insurmountable challenges women face in their paths to wealth.
The actor crashed a photo with Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu during the Toronto Film Festival.
Wu shared some hilarious stories on "The Tonight Show" about her experiences waiting tables before her acting career took off.
"Sometimes you feel like you have to protect them from the things that they don’t understand,” she said of immigrant parents.
“I can say without hesitation that learning to pole-dance was one of the most challenging things I’ve ever done," Lopez said.