"How do I say this? I put my best foot forward as much as I can," the award-winning artist and actor explained to a news publication at the star-studded event.
"I'm not one to share my angst. I don't feel like that's my life as a performer. You always show the best of you," the 53-year-old explained of her confident persona.
"But I'm a human being like everybody else, and I suffer in silence at times," the mother-of-two — and stepmom-of-three — confessed in regard to her mental health battle, which she consciously attempts to withhold from family, friends and fans alike.
"I have an album coming out and I've been thinking a lot about that — like, what parts of myself do I share with my audience? And what it means to be an artist and to be authentic," Lopez — who will release her ninth studio album, This Is Me... Now, later this year — revealed.
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"And I feel like there are some things that need to be said and shared because I think, like you just said, it's like, 'Oh, you have it all together,'" the Marry Me actress continued. "But the truth is, I'm just like anybody else. I struggle at times, and I wonder at times and I doubt at times, and I'm insecure."
Despite relatable "doubts" and insecurities the "On The Floor" singer faces on a day-to-day basis, Lopez reassured that she is more than excited for what's in store during 2023.
People spoke to Lopez during the red carpet premiere of Shotgun Wedding.