Perfume Sales Helped Jennifer Lopez Finance Films
She explains, "I never thought my perfumes would do so well. The whole perfume thing has been great because it's creative, but at the same time you can make a little bit of money doing it. I bankrolled Bordertown, El Cantante and the Spanish album. Artists don't make a ton of money from CD sales. The record company makes most of the money. Interestingly, at the end of the day, El Cantante, Bordertown and the Spanish album could turn out to make no money, and it was out of my own pocket."
Lopez even says should her other projects fail, her fragrance line will have always been a stunning success. She adds, "Yes, I'll always have the perfume. The fact that it allows me to make the creative choices I have, now, that's really the sweet smell of success."
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