JLO says she's taking her kids on tour no matter what!
The Puerto Rican stunner is scheduled to attend a court hearing next month, where she will ask a judge to grant her twins, Max and Emme, permission to cross California state lines. After Marc Anthony filed for divorce, another judge ordered Lopez and Anthony to keep the kids in California.
Lopez filed documents explaining that both she and Marc Anthony will both be on extensive tours within the next few months and they both want to spend time with the kids, TMZ reports.
JLO also specified in the documents that she and her ex-hubby will have no problem agreeing on a schedule to see the twins.
I don't know that there has ever been something... where these Latinos have come together like this as family.
Lopez’s massive tour, which kicks off in July, features Enrique Iglesias and popular regeaton duo Wisin y Yandel.
"We are going to give you everything we got," Lopez said in the presser announcing the tour earlier this month. "I think it's going to be one of the most historic tours ever.
“I don't know that there has ever been something ... where these Latinos have come together like this as family," she added.
Iglesias said the tour will include individual hits as well as collaborative performances. "I have a bunch of songs with Wisin Y Yandel and obviously with Jennifer," he told the crowd.
TV Host Mario Lopez informed the press that Iglesias was the writer of Lopez’s latest hit “Dance Again.”
Wisin, who was representing both him and Yandel due to Yandel’s absence for being sick, expressed his gratitude to all the press who attended the conference and his fans as well.
“I’m really happy,” said Wisin in Spanish, whose real name is Juan Luis Morera Luna. “This is a big moment for us.”
“Sharing the stage with Enrique Iglesias and Jennifer Lopez is a big deal for us. We’re really grateful especially to all of our fans here today,” he added.
JLO then spoke about the possibilities of expanding the tour and going international, but clarified that it will kick off in the United States first.