|DO I LOOK LIKE A DIVA TO YOU? HUH? DO I?|
True, the maitre d'hotel did receive a complaint that J Lo was "disturbed" whilst being fabulous in her gazillion-dollar room.
True, the maid was summarily sacked for said disturbance.
True, the maid was also summarily crestfallen and inconsolable, explaining to German newspaper Bild: "I cleaned on her floor. And I am an incredibly big fan so I took all my courage and rang the bell to get an autograph." (Well that'll teach you, hey, domestic peasant? You think life is a Maid in Manhattan movie? Ptooey!)
However, you have to remember: J Lo is a goddess. Not a diva, mind you; that is something
In J Lo's defence, when the news broke yesterday that she had complained about the maid and got her fired, she took to Twitter to insist she had nothing to do with it, then signed off with the hashtag #hurtful. And if she thinks THAT'S hurtful, imagine how the unemployed maid feels.
Oh well, there's nothing J Lo can do about it now. It's not as if she could pick up the phone and with one simple request have the poor chit pardoned and reinstated.
Because to do that, she would have to be a diva or something. Which she is not. Obviously.