LOPEZ'S REIGN ENDS
Jennifer Lopez can no longer claim to have the top film and album in the country. The actress-singer's second album, J.Lo, was bumped from the top spot by Shaggy's Hotshot, which made it to No. 1 after 26 weeks on the charts. Lopez can also expect her movie, The Wedding Planner — which has spent two consecutive weeks at No. 1 — to get eaten alive by Hannibal this weekend.