DJ: Welcome to Smash Hits, Jennifer.
Jennifer: Thank you.
DJ: Are you enjoying yourself in the U.K?
Jennifer: I love it, I love it here. I always come here, and usually I'm coming for work, so I don't get to hang that much, but every once in a while I get to hit a club or something... it's fun.
DJ: Must say that it was an amazing 1)entrance that you've made at the MTV music awards.
Jennifer: It was, it was. We flew under the J-Lo jet.
DJ: But it was quite scary actually.
Jennifer: Yeah! I try not to think about it too much, I don't want to get nervous.
DJ: You don't fancy getting your own pilot's license then?
Jennifer: No, no, they will let me fly without a license this time.
DJ: Whenever we see on stage you always seem to really enjoy yourself performing live.
Jennifer: I love, I love performing. It's a lot of fun for me, I love seeing people's reactions to the music, and you know it's nothing like doing live shows, so we just go out there, we come well prepared, and have a good time.
DJ: Is it true that your parents actually didn't really want you to become a world wide superstar?
Jennifer: Yeah, that's true. I mean it's not they weren't supportive, it was just that you have to realize, you know, I grew up in the 2)Bronx. You know, lower middle class to middle class neighborhood. You know it was a simple kind of life, you know you went to school, you gonna work in a bank or something like that, so my parents were kind of wanted me to be more safe and have something to fall back on, and all that kind of stuff.
DJ: When you go back to where you grew up in the Bronx, what are your old friends like with you now.
Jennifer: You know they are kind of wielded out because you know it's been so long since they've seen me or you know what I mean, so it's kind of weird for them.
DJ: I had a rumor that when you were little you had a kind of Charlie's Angels thing going on.
Jennifer: Oh God! Yes! Where did you get that?
DJ: You know I have my sources.
Jennifer: Yeah, no we were young we lived in this building and there was three of us, so everybody use to call us Charlie's Angels. I was Frail Faucet.
DJ: You didn't fancy having a go at the new Charlie's Angels movie though?
Jennifer: Yeah I haven't seen that movie yet but I hear it's great.
DJ: You could have kicked some butt in that.
Jennifer: Yeah, I would hell yeah.
DJ:Your relationship with Puff is one of the most famous relationships in the world, you're always both in magazines, newspapers together, but to be honest they always seem to be giving you a rough time, do you think it makes you stronger together as a couple?
Jennifer: I think so, but I think it's also hard to deal with. It makes you kind of bond together when you're in a situation, was like the two of you are against everybody. You know what I mean, in a way not against the world, but against what people are being made to think about you through the media. You know through newspapers, magazines, and stuff a lot of times it's not true, and in a way it can damage a relationship too, you know what I mean, which is the part why it's not good, you know.
DJ: You know what the papers and magazines are like, what is the most 3)bizarre thing that you've had made up about you.
DJ: You know the mornings when you wake up and read the papers and think, oh no, look what I've meant to done that?
Jennifer: I don't really keep up with everything their writing, you know what I mean, but you know the billion dollar insurance policy, was pretty 4)outrages.
DJ: So you can put a stop to that on Smash hits right now, it's not true
Jennifer: Yeah, not true, I don't know where they got that from.
DJ: Well, thank you for talking to us on Smash Hits.
Jennifer: Thank you.
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1) entrance n. 入口，门口
2) Bronx n. 布朗克斯，纽约最北部的一区
3) bizarre adj. 稀奇古怪的
4) outrage a. 愤怒的