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Jennifer Lopez on AMAs fall: 'I meant to do that!'

Jennifer Lopez took to Ryan Seacrest’s KIIS-FM radio show this morning to speak on the tumble she took while performing her single “Louboutins” at the American Music Awards last night. First came denial: “Did I trip a little bit? I don’t even remember.” Then excuses: “I meant to do that! You should know me better than that. That was part of the choreography!”

Okay, so Lopez was probably only kidding with all that nonsense, as indicated by her laughter throughout. After Seacrest graciously credited her with “the greatest recovery ever” following her spill, the diva offered some more sincere words of wisdom: “The measure of things is not what happens when you fall, it’s how you handle when you fall.” That’s deep.

After that topic was out of the way, Lopez and Seacrest chatted for a few more minutes about topics including Christian Louboutin footwear (of course) and her husband Marc Anthony’s obsessive Miami Dolphins fandom. She also promised that her next album, Love?, will be out in February or March of next year.

Are you looking forward to Love?? (Double question marks intentional. I take punctuating J.Lo’s album titles very seriously.) What do you think of Lopez’s explanation of her AMAs misstep? Do you even care about that anymore, or are you on to other celeb doings?

Related: Jennifer Lopez: “Waiting for Tonight” was awesome…but it might be time to stop singing

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Photo credit: Craig Sjodin/ABC

Originally posted November 23 2009 — 12:18 PM EST

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