Jennifer Lopez Admits She's Hooked Up in Her Trailer, Talks 'Second Act' On 'WHHL': Watch

Andy Cohen, Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
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Andy Cohen, Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. 

Jennifer Lopez and her Second Act co-star Leah Remini stopped by Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen to play games, talk about her new film and dish out her future plans on Thursday (Dec. 13).

Lopez and Remini quickly dove into a game of Never Have I Ever. “I’m going to toss out some blind items,” explained host Andy Cohen. “If you or someone you have worked with has done that thing, tell me by sipping your cocktail.”

He read the first statement: “Never have I ever hooked up in my trailer.” Although Remini denied the line, Lopez slowly reached for her drink and smiled in confesison. “I’ve done forty-something movies. I live in a trailer,” she joked.

While she didn’t indicate that she’d seen someone trash their greenroom, she did sip when asked if she had witnessed an actress hiding lines on her hand.

“Never have I ever caught a singer horribly lip-syncing at a an award show,” continued Cohen.

“I see it all the time,” quipped Lopez. “Thank God this is not alcohol.”

The actress and singer continued to admit that she had previously lied to a friend about liking a movie they were in. Remini then joined her in drinking to agree they’d both seen directors storm off set.

The celebs then played a game in which they determined who was the champion of dancing, hosting parties and clapping backing at internet trolls. When Lopez declared herself the better cook midway through, Remini complained, “Wait a minute…the one time that I made a salty lasagna? Really?”

Lopez also chatted about directing her daughter Emme in the promotional Second Act Sia-penned “Limitless” music video. While she was afraid it would be difficult for her 10-year-old to keep up, she was ultimately proud of her performance. "In the middle of the tape, I’m like, ‘Oh my god,’ you know what I mean? ‘Cause I’m watching her, and she’s so professional," she said, cheekily adding, "I just don’t even know where she got it from.”

Finally, a caller asked Lopez if she would ever do a variety show. While Lopez hadn't considered it, she didn't dismiss the idea. She then explained that she has multiple projects including a couple movies and tour coming up.

Watch Lopez on WWHL below.