J.Fo Vs. J.Lo
updated 05/16/2005 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 05/16/2005 AT 01:00 AM EDT
J.Fo's '80s workout empire ("Feel the burn") was once worth $670 million (the old tapes were recently released on DVD). J.Lo's fashion (right) and fragrance businesses are worth an estimated $350 million.
THREE TIMES A BRIDE
Fonda is divorced from (above, from left) director Roger Vadim, politician Tom Hayden and tycoon Ted Turner. Lopez is divorced from restaurateur Ojani Noa and dancer Cris Judd; now she's Mrs. Marc Anthony.
BRUSHES WITH THE LAW
Fonda gave a defiant salute when she was arrested for drug smuggling in 1970 (the case was thrown out—they were vitamins).
Lopez stood by her man, Sean "Puffy" Combs, following a nightclub shooting in 1999. (He was acquitted of all charges.)
Three decades later, J.Fo's visit to North Vietnam still draws flak. During a signing for her new memoir, My Life So Far, an angry vet winged her with tobacco spit. And antifur activists have a beef with J.Lo: She uses fox, rabbit and mink in her Sweetface fashion line.
Gigli turned Jen and Ben Affleck into Bennifer. Alas, no one dubbed Jane and flame Donald Sutherland (in '71's Klute) Fonderland.
WANNA BE A SEX SYMBOL? SLIP INTO SOMETHING SKINTIGHT
J.Fo made a splash as a supervixen in 1968's Barbarella (for years after she found her performance too "politically incorrect"); J.Lo lately suited up just as slinkily in a Pepsi ad.