J-Lo on Marriage: 'Not Anytime Soon'

Singer discusses her family and career, including her executive producer role on "The Fosters."
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Up next our exclusive interview with jennifer lopez. A woman on a mission of sorts recording and now executive producing "the fosters" in all while caring for her twins. Abc's nick watt has the story. ♪ Reporter: Jennifer lopez is -- make love, don't fight. Reporter: -- A whole lot sexy. ♪ she has a new album out and she's executive producing "the fosters." A multi ethnethnic family drama with two moms and an intriguing blend of fostered children. This is definitely a n nontraditional sort of family. This really has base seam themes that are important which is family equals love. A place where you're accepted, completely, loved unconditionally, protected. Reporter: "The fosters" begins when one of the moms, vice principal meets a kid who needs some love. Who is this? This is cali. She's going to be staying with us for a little while. Reporter: Being a mother yourself, being in what you cull a nontraditional family. I am. Sure, I mean, the whole idea is that this family is something that is very reflective of our society right now so, yes, me being a single mom, their dad doesn't live at home with them. They have three step-brothers from two other moms, you know, that's not traditional. Reporter: J. Lo has two kids, twins with her ex, marcant in i. Putting a show like this on is to mes there no perfect of what family is supposed to be. It's about love and that's what I constantly remind myself of because I let society kind of get in my head, as well. Oh, it shouldn't be like this. I failed. No, they're happy. They're healthy, they're loved more than anything in the world and they're going to be fine. I want them to know that. Reporter: Star, of course, of "the wedding planner" she's been married three times in real life. Current squeeze, casper smart, 18 years her junior. They recently bought a dog together. Any plans to add to a family, new husband, perhaps? Not any time soon. Reporter: Really? Yeah. Reporter: My schoolboy stutter returned when I asked if we'll ever see her act in "the fosters." Surely a cameo. Bad girl, older sister perhaps. Older sister, you're sweet. No, I don't know. I don't know. I feel like the show stands on its own. Of course, I'll do whatever i can to bring attention to make sure people watch it. Is the cameo the perfect way to do it, maybe, maybe not. I don't know. Whatever happens, I'm up for. Reporter: For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles.

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