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Jennifer Lopez Proves, Yet Again, She's No Jenny From the Block

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The January/February issue of Veranda features the rather spectacular California digs of pop sensation and Paula Abdul replacement Jennifer Lopez. Unforch, the only person interviewed is not J.Lo herself but interior designer Michelle Workman, who explains that the palette of grays and taupes was inspired by black-and-white films from the '40s, and that Lopez vetoed the original plans for "chateau-inspired" interiors in favor of a "modern and streamlined" look. We'd love to hear what the singer herself has to say about her home—does it have her love? Does it make her get loud? Was there a limitless budget because love don't cost a thing? Anyway, the photos below suffice.

Photos by Laura Resen

· Veranda [official site]