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Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony took center stage at Coty’s centenary party at the American Museum of Natural History Sunday Night.

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Without a doubt, the center of Coty’s centenary party at the American Museum of Natural History on Sunday night was Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony. For the roughly two hours that they stayed at the event, all eyes, from Casey Johnson’s to Holly Dunlap’s to Bettina Zilkha’s to Dennis Paul’s, were on the happy couple sitting together in the VIP area. (They arrived separately, though, with Lopez on the arm of Coty chief executive officer Bernd Beetz.)

Yes, that was Isabella Rossellini coming down the stairs in Issey Miyake, but who was that woman next to J.Lo? (It was reportedly a stylist friend.) OK, OK, we heard you, Tatum O’Neal just got rejected by the bouncer guarding the VIP section, but did J.Lo just tell Marc Anthony how much she liked the mushroom soup? You’re right, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are so cute, but was J.Lo actually eating that whole cookie?

When Venus and Serena Williams raced out the door after telling Robert Verdi they would be right back, you almost couldn’t fault them. No one was really paying attention to them.

“I like playing with the idea of what people think of me,” said Lopez, in an exclusive interview. She was talking about her second appearance on “Will & Grace,” which will air on Thursday, in which she stars, once again, as herself. “All the jokes we make are based on the clichés of what people think my life is like. People always bring you things, like scripts and stuff.”

Lopez was hanging out, eating cookies and taking bites out of a mini tiramisu in order to help promote her Coty fragrances, Glow and Still. She was with her father, David Lopez, too. “Like any other fashion company, you expand out,” Lopez explained of her company, Sweetface Fashions, in which she is becoming more involved. “A fragrance was a natural next step. I’m involved with developing the fragrances and the design of the packaging.”
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