Saturday, 18 September 2010

J.Lo set for embarrassing start to $12m American Idol job as first husband plans to audition

By Daily Mail Reporter

Clapping for her man: Jennifer Lopez watches husband Marc Anthony rehearse in Miami, as it emerged her ex is planning to audition for American Idol

New American Idol judge, beamed as she proudly Jennifer Lopez clapped for her husband Marc Anthony as he rehearsed for his forthcoming concert in Miami.

But she may not want to do same for her ex-husband, Ojani Noa who bizarrely is planning to audition for the show.

Noa 36, is Lopez's, 41, first husband, who unsuccessfully tried to do a tell-all book on the star and was fired as manager of her now-defunct restaurant, Madre's, in the States.

Ex-sweethearts: J-Lo with first husband Ojani Noa, they divorced in 1998

And in what may prove seriously embarrassing to the Latina superstar his manager Ed Meyer has said he will stand in line with other Idol hopefuls to audition in front of Lopez.

'He's a good singer," Meyer told Radaronline.

Lopez's relationship with her first ex-husband has been a battle since their divorce in 1998.

Noa went to work for Lopez as manager of Madre's in April 2002 but was fired a few months later and fell on hard times.

He sued her over the firing and later a confidentiality agreement was drawn up between.

However, that didn't stop Noa from attempting to do a book, Lopez then sued him for breaking the confidentiality agreement and won a permanent injunction against him in 2007.

Later he planned to make their brief life together into a film and was again sued by Lopez for breach of the original confidentiality contract and invasion of privacy.

Finally, Noa claimed to have a sex tape and exclusive home video of their life together, Lopez, through her lawyer, Jay Lavely, denied that there ever was a sex tape but did admit that the tape was private and personal.

Peformance art: Marc Anthony sings to his sweetheart Jennifer and others at arena

source: dailymail [endtext]

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