Singer Jennifer Lopez feels her diva lifestyle caused discomfort in her romantic relationships.
Lopez, 45, blamed the failure of her relationships with Ben Affleck and husband Marc Anthony partly on her omnipresent army of handlers and hair and makeup stylists, reported the New York Post.
When asked what might have gone wrong in past relationships, she said, "There's a lot of people in my life and that's hard. There's people in the house. There's hair and makeup. It's a lot, I think, for someone to deal with."
Lopez travels with a huge crew that includes her manager Benny Medina and a cadre of stylists and handlers, as well as her trainer, Tracy Anderson.
"Forget about all the outside stuff, being judged, being under scrutiny in the relationship. I guess that adds in but I think they would say that (the entourage) was a big part of their discomfort, if there was any," she added.
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