"There is no truth to reports that say I am definitely leaving Idol," tweeted La Lopez. "All I said was I haven't decided what I am doing next year." In another tweet, she added, "When I know for sure what I'm doing I will let the #LOVE!RS know!"
After Thursday's results show on "Idol," Randy Jackson was asked by E! if his fellow judge would return to the panel next season. The "America's Best Dance Crew" producer gushed, "Of course… next season, 13, 14, 100, but yeah! We're a nice, happy, gregarious, cool, evanescence kind of family."
Lopez began "Idol" rumors earlier this week when she revealed to “Ellen” she may not return for a third season. She explained she was not able to spend enough time with her 4-year-old twins, Max and Emme. "Now they're getting old and they're getting ready to go to school... I just don't know."
"American Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez met up with "Extra" host Mario Lopez to tell him her thoughts on "Idol" finalist, 16-year-old Jessica Sanchez, and the chance she has to pull off the big win!
Her new film, "What to Expect When Your Expecting,” is in theaters Friday, May 18.
Actress Jennifer Lopez cleared up speculation about leaving "American Idol" – via her Twitter page Thursday night.