AceShowbiz - Jennifer Lopez dreams about leading a "more simple" life away from the United States. The songstress, who has received multiple recognition for her portrayal of Ramona Vega in "Hustlers", made the confession in an interview for the 26th annual Hollywood Issue of Vanity Fair magazine.
Having achieved so much in the show business in the span of her three-decade-long career, the 50-year-old was asked what is left on her bucket list. "If you're saying bucket list, I would love to live somewhere other than the United States, in a small town in Italy, or on the other side of the world, in Bali," she spilled.
"Find another life where it's a little bit more simple and organic and where I get to ride a bike, and buy bread, and put it in my basket, and then go home and put jelly on it, and just eat and paint, or sit in a rocking chair where there was a beautiful view of an olive tree or an oak tree and I could just smell. I have fantasies like that," she added.
In terms of her career path, the fiancee of Alex Rodriguez admitted to have one thing more box to check. "It’s always a career thing that they ask about, and I think, Oh, yeah. Direct," she noted matter-of-factly.
When quizzed which accomplishment of hers might surprise her 10-year-old self, the "On the Floor" hitmaker could not help but list a whole bunch of them. "When I did my first movie, when I booked my first dance job and went to Europe and nobody in my family had ever been to Europe," she stated. "The first time I heard my record on the radio. The first time I was in the studio recording a record."
"The first time I saw myself on screen and I was sitting in the movie theater, and I saw 'Mi Familia' and I started crying," she went on. "Sometimes I didn't believe my life. I don't believe what happens to me and the things that I'm able to experience and the opportunities that I've gotten."
Lopez elaborated, "It's every single moment, even till this moment, surprises me and touches my heart in a way that I could never really even begin to explain, which is why I'm talking kind of broken right now, because the emotions of it are so kind of overwhelming."