Jennifer Lopez once claimed that her love didn't cost a thing while she drove around in Bentley convertibles and wore diamonds.
Now the singing and acting diva is insisting that her diva image is in the past because she has gotten older and more in touch with her roots.
The three-time married star, who is currently happy with husband Marc Anthony, told Britain's The Guardian newspaper, "I'm not J.Lo any more. That's all gone with all the ridiculous stories about tantrums and Egyptian sheets. That's all my past. I'm Jennifer Lopez. I think, as a woman, I've finally grown more sure of who I am. It does seem ironic that it has taken me more than a decade to basically get back to who I am."
Lopez, who is the child of Puerto Rican parents, noted that her upbringing and culture have helped shape her.
She continued, "I am incredibly proud of my culture and I think I am a woman who is totally defined by my culture. My temperament, my body shape, the way I am is all very much Puerto Rican."
The curvy star, who is currently concentrating on her music career, has also weighed in on the size zero debate.
Lopez, who sports one of the sexiest figures in Hollywood and frequently tops men's fantasy's, told Elle magazine, "I couldn't ever be a size zero. I don't see how I could get down to that size and still be healthy."