Cougar alert! J.Lo is on a manhunt


Jennifer Lopez is looking for her 'nirvana' man.

The American songstress has had a string of high profile relationships and marriages, but is currently single since splitting with her toyboy lover Casper Smart in June. Despite another doomed love affair, Jennifer remains positive when it comes to matters of the heart. "Every single album I have ever made is about love. But I am not going to give up. I have to look at what I do wrong. I rush in, I get swept up, I ignore the signs," she explained to Elle magazine.

"The nirvana man, he's out there somewhere. But you just have to work at it."

"The nirvana man, he's out there somewhere. But you just have to work at it."

She previously dated Puff Daddy, was engaged to Ben Affleck and has been married three times to Marc Anthony, Cris Judd and Ojani Noa.

Her ten-year marriage to Latin Grammy winner Marc resulted in the birth of her twin children Max and Emme, six, which means the pair will always share a close bond.

"It takes two people to make a kid for a reason," she summarised.

Jennifer's latest love break came after rumours Casper had been cheating on the singer with transsexual models.

The pair have recently been spotted out and about together, and enjoyed each other's company at last month's MTV Video Music Awards.

Friends even reveal the 45-year-old is hoping to reunite with the dancer permanently.

"Jen has been lonely for the past few weeks and the kids have also been pining for Casper. He's been seeing them on a weekly basis despite their split and Jen's told friends they can't keep away from each other," a source previously told British magazine Closer.

"She's seeing if they can get things back on track - but she's warned him this is his last chance."

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