Did Jennifer Lopez suffer a concussion after falling during her "Louboutins" number at the American Music Awards Sunday?
The singer-actress jokingly played the amnesiac during a Monday interview on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM radio show. "Did I trip a little bit?" she says coyly when Seacrest mentions the tumble. "I don't even remember."
Lopez's mishap occurred after the star mounted a human pyramid of bare-chested male dancers and jumped off a dancer's back -- landing on her famous bottom and quickly bouncing back up.
After Seacrest commends her for executing the "greatest recovery ever," Lopez kids: "I meant to do that. What are you talking about? Don't you know me better than that? It was part of the choreography!"
Suddenly philosophical, she adds: "the measure of things is, it's not what happens when you fall, it's how you handle it when you fall."
Her biggest -- but most jittery -- fan? Husband Marc Anthony. "When I perform, this man is a nervous wreck. It is very cute," she coos. "Last night, he was very proud. He couldn't stop -- he was beaming."
"Louboutins" will appear on Lopez's next album, Love?, due in "late February, early March," she says. "Love with a question mark behind it, because I think, it's the eternal question, it's something that after many experiences myself and even watching what everyone goes through around me . . . it's the one thing that is still the most confusing."