“When I was coming up, I remember blonde, blue-eyed models like Cheryl Tiegs and Christie Brinkley. Then it became about the red lips and fake breasts and then after that it was a little bit more curvy and now it’s over the top,” Lopez told Marie Claire magazine, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“The bigger your butt is, the more attention you get. I don’t know why I’m considered in the group any more because I’m just, like, normal,” she added.
The “On the Floor” crooner understands the fascination behind women’s bodies because they are such “beautiful creations”.
“Women’s bodies are one of the most beautiful creations on earth, if not the most beautiful, right? So it’s never going to get old,” she said.