Jennifer Lopez Dubbed 'Deeply Unpleasant' by Meghan McCain During Her Visit to 'The View'
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The 'On the Floor' hitmaker didn't leave a good impression on the former co-host of 'The View' due to the singer's alleged diva-like behavior when dropping by the television show.

AceShowbiz - Meghan McCain has added fuel to the fire surrounding Jennifer Lopez, who has been facing a slew of bad press recently. On her podcast, "Citizen McCain," the political commentator unhesitatingly labeled Lopez as "deeply unpleasant," recounting her experiences with the star during her time on "The View."

McCain, 39, recalled, "She had the biggest entourage I've ever seen - more than Kim Kardashian and the president. I just don't really understand why it was needed." This memory sticks out to McCain, who co-hosted "The View" from 2017 to 2021.

She juxtaposed Lopez's conduct with other high-profile celebrities she encountered, noting how people like Kim Kardashian managed to be more personable during their brief interactions on the show.

The criticism didn't stop there. In a scathing detail, McCain remembered a peculiar scene backstage. "My big memory of J. Lo is there was a person whose entire job it was to hold up a mirror with lights while they were touching her up backstage," she said, adding, "I remember being like, 'That poor man. What a weird job.' "

Adding a layer of intrigue to the unfolding drama, McCain and her podcast co-host Miranda Wilkins alleged that Lopez had a TikTok video removed after they shared negative remarks about her in April. While the video was eventually restored, with no concrete evidence pointing directly to Lopez as the one responsible for its removal, McCain and Wilkins joked, "We're beefing with her right now."

Interestingly, not everyone shares McCain's negative experiences. Carlos King, a guest on McCain's podcast, reminisced about Lopez's earlier days and described her as "so nice" and lacking a large entourage. He praised her performance in Las Vegas, calling it one of the top five shows he had ever attended, showcasing a stark contrast to McCain's recollections.

Amidst these personal critiques, Lopez is also navigating tumultuous times professionally and personally. Reports suggest that she and husband Ben Affleck, married since 2022, are experiencing significant marital issues. Speculation is rife that the couple might be heading for a divorce, especially as their recently bought $60 million Beverly Hills mansion appeared on Zillow.

In addition, Lopez recently canceled her upcoming tour, ostensibly to focus on her family, and rumors swirl that this might tie into a broader PR strategy to mitigate the less-than-stellar sales of her latest album and concert tickets. Nevertheless, Lopez has found some respite; her new Netflix film "Atlas" has reached the top position on the streaming platform.

The contrasting narratives surrounding Jennifer Lopez - McCain's critical view and King's praise - coupled with her currently uncertain public and private life, paint a complex picture of the multifaceted superstar.

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