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Seacrest: J.Lo is Mean Idol Judge

Seacrest: J.Lo is Mean Idol Judge - Simon Cowell is gone, but mean critiques from the "American Idol" judges' table will continue thanks to Jennifer Lopez!

"Jennifer [is the mean one]," "Idol" host Ryan Seacrest told Access Hollywood at the 2011 E! TCA party on Tuesday. "She expects a lot... she's tough, but she gives tough love."

J.Lo might be the stern judge, but according to Ryan, Steven Tyler is the sensitive one who will be shedding some tears.

"Steven is probably our most emotional judge. We will probably see tears from Steven as well as laughs and he's a prankster too, but they got along very well on the road," Ryan continued.

In addition to "Idol," Ryan is busy at work producing and slew of shows for E! and in the future is hoping to possibly launch is own network, like Oprah's OWN.

"The idea is to try and come up with as many different shows as possible so that there would be an opportunity to have a network... that would be wonderful," Ryan, whose credits include "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" and "Denise Richards: It's Complicated," explained.

Seacrest: J.Lo is Mean Idol Judge

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