Jennifer Lopez, otherwise known as the most powerful celebrity in the world, might bid adieu to American Idol after this season.

J. Lo told appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show with Cameron Diaz to promote her new film What to Expect When You're Expecting and she hinted at possibly leaving American Idol.

I really do enjoy it, she told DeGeneres after the host asked about her future on the singing competition series. Now this is my second year -- I don't know if I can go for a third year. I miss doing other things. It really does lock you down, which was nice the first year with the babies being three, but now they're getting more mobile, they're about to go into school ... So I just don't know.

J. Lo inked a $12 million American Idol deal in 2010 for Season 10 of the show.

It is no wonder the beauty from the Bronx was named Forbes' No. 1 World's Most Powerful Celebrity. Over the past year, she made $52 million - a combined salary from her American Idol deal, music career, acting gigs, Kohl's clothing line, Fiat endorsements and fragrances.

Forbes' World's Most Powerful Celebrities list gauges a celebrity's clout over a particular year based on his or her success, earnings, press generated, number of online mentions and social media influence, according to the Washington Post.

Jennifer Lopez beat out Oprah Winfrey, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Britney Spears for the top spot.

But Spears might beat J. Lo come next year, after signing a $15 million deal with Simon Cowell for to become a judge on the next season of X Factor.

On Access Hollywood on Monday night, Lopez offered Spears some advice for her upcoming judging gig.

I was like, 'Live TV! Eek.' It's a big thing to take on, but I think they're [Spears and Demi Lovato] both more than capable to handle it, Lopez said. Working with the singers and doing your thing and knowing what you're talking about from experience, and they both have that.

J. Lo also added that it is okay to root for the good guy and find the best in each contestant. Lopez has been criticized for coddling contestants on Idol.

You don't have to be tough, she said. There's not one way to do that, reality TV, and those competition shows [are] about being yourself. It's about being your best self, and I think that's the most important thing.