Jennifer sang a few songs in Spanish on an incredible, powerful energy of the show. She also performed a cover of the late Selena, which she played in a biographical film in 1997.
50-year-old Jennifer Lopez is becoming brighter every day! Extraordinary singer and dancer came on stage for the show iHeart Radio Fiesta Latina to Miami Saturday, November 2, in an incredibly sexy outfit. To view Jennifer chose a skintight black and white bodysuit from latex that showed off her perfectly toned legs, slender arms and flat tummy. She completed her inspired by the riders way, lacquered black and silver shoes with the inscription “Lopez”, belted slightly above the waist and a sheer pair of leggings fishnet. This image was more than incredible. The audience liked her very blonde hair, which was placed under cascading curls, ideal for the big speech!
Continuing the Latin American theme j-Lo sang the single “Si una Vez” the late Selena Quintanilla-Perez, which the audience listened with open mouths. Jennifer recently played Selena — who died in 1995, in the 1997 film about her biography. Then she performed the audience with his latest single “Baila Conmigo”, noting that this is the first time she sang this catchy track for a live audience! Club melody, written in Spanish, is a huge success at the international level. In Spanish, this song translates as “dance with me”, the song talks about wanting to spend the night on the beach and dance until sunrise.
On the show, Jennifer showed incredible dance moves, performing the tracks “Te Bote”, “Te Guste” — her collaboration with “Bad Bunny” — and finished the song “El Anillo”.
Groom Jennifer Alex Rodriguez, 44, and twins Emma and Max, 11 years old, was there to support her! Alex, of course, a big fan of J. Lo. See almost all performances of the singer. He’s always taking pictures or filming your favorite. All he shows how he is interested in his woman.
This night’s show marked a special milestone for Jennifer, who also was awarded the Premio iHeart Radio Corazón Latino for her work with humanitarian organizations. During his twenty-year career, she has donated $ 1 million to help Puerto Rico after hurricane “Irma” and “Hurricane Mary”, and also helped organize the concert “One voice: live on Somoza!”, which raised more than $ 35 million. “I’m very grateful to have been given this award as an artist, woman, mother… as a Latino,” said she in Spanish — in his touching speech!