Jennifer Lopez visited the Wendy Williams show, where she talked about all sorts of topics. From her twin's birthday in Disney World to her novio Casper Smart and from "Shades of Blue" to the final season of "American Idol," the Puerto Rican actress was an open book.

Among the many things she and Wendy gossiped about, J.Lo revealed that she was sad with the farewell season of "American Idol." "It's very sad. A show for 15 years, doesn't happen every day," the 46-year-old star, who first became a judge on the reality show's 10th season, told the host, revealing she was going to miss everything the show is about. "It's about dreams, supporting each other, it's about everything positive. I love music, I love being able to help other people and give them all this advice and all the knowledge I have from being in the business. Its nice to be able to share that, it was just a great experience for me," she added. 

Although Lopez is bummed to bid farewell to the talent show, she is happy to announce that "Shades of Blue" was renewed for a second season. "Everybody is very excited," said the actress who stars and produces the drama series on NBC. "We worked really hard to get the show up and running and now they picked it up for a second season. So, we're super excited," she revealed. 

In addition to her many TV projects, Lopez also talked about her love life, her children and her music. Check out the complete interview below.