Signing up for the Hollywood star in an impromptu Instagram Stay chat, the ‘On the Floor’ hitmaker reveals that she and her family members experienced been watching the 2001 hit comedy during the coronavirus lockdown.
Jennifer Lopez urged pal Reese Witherspoon to get cracking on a further “Legally Blonde” sequel during an impromptu Instagram Stay chat on Monday, April 06.
Reese identified as on J.Lo to contact base with the singer and actress during the coronavirus lockdown and chat about her new Quibi show “Thanks a Million”, and was surprised to understand the hitmaker and her family members experienced been watching “Legally Blonde”.
“Oh, my God, we viewed ‘Legally Blonde’ the other working day,” Lopez stated. “Pretty much, like, 4 times in the past. Oh, my God, I forgot… I can’t consider I didn’t convey to you. They loved it. Liked it. It was so significantly pleasurable. You ended up so incredible in that. It can be so terrific.”
“And then my daughter’s like, ‘I want to know what takes place to her’. And I stated, ‘There’s a 2 and a 3, I believe’.”
Reese immediately corrected her, introducing, “Well, no, there is certainly a 2 but I am thinking we could possibly be performing on a 3.”
The reaction turned Lopez into a superfan: “You should. You should. That character was so incredible and so empowering and inspiring,” she gushed. “Yeah, it is terrific for ladies.”
Witherspoon, who just lately disclosed the future “Legally Blonde” sequel is “in advancement”, then turned the tables on her pal, urging J.Lo to return to Las Vegas for a further residency.
“One particular of my biggest regrets is that I didn’t see you in Vegas,” Witherspoon stated.
“You never know, I could possibly wind up back again in Vegas accomplishing a further residency,” Jennifer responded. “Proper now, I feel I am going to be touring the future pair of yrs as soon as this all type of gets back again in buy and folks start off going to live shows once again, but I am going to deliver for you. I am going to deliver you tickets and you’re going to have to come.”