The singer-and-actress, currently starring in romantic comedy The Back-Up Plan, has been discussing a guest role with Ryan Murphy, the creator of the award-winning show.
But it seems like timing is the issue.
"They have it all mapped out for the next like, eight episodes. So he's like let's wait and do it really right when you do come on," Jennifer added.
Her role is not yet decided, although Ryan has revealed he would like the mother-of-two to play a cafeteria lady at McKinley High.
J-Lo is game for anything.
"I was like, 'Yeah, yeah whatever. I'm a huge fan. Whenever you want. I'm good.' I kind of offered myself up," she said.