Jennifer Lopez happened to be in Miami to see her spanking new Ocean Drive cover in the flesh. The superstar entertainer performed front and center at the iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina 2015 on Saturday night at AmericanAirlines Arena along with talented pals Pitbull, Don Omar, Prince Royce, Wisin, Becky G and others.
Lopez was in prime form, pipes all tuned up from prepping for her Las Vegas residency. “I want to be a high-energy, Bronx kind of block party,” Lopez says of the show called All I Have, which starts up in January. “I want the show to be always changing, so it’s a unique experience every time — one night a Selena song, and another maybe something by Diana Ross.”
Of the title: “It’s always been my approach to performing, to work, to everything I do in life: I give it all I have.”
Next up for J.Lo is a new NBC series, Shades of Blue, also coming out in January.
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