May 26, 2024

It has been 5 years since Jennifer Lopez has gone on a live performance tour, however she’s about to vary that — and that’s not all. This summer season, the singer will embark on a three-month North American tour for her new album, “This Is Me … Now,” which dropped at present — and you too can stream her new movie by the identical identify.

First, her tour: Lopez will go to over 30 cities, beginning on June 26 in Orlando, Florida, and ending in Houston on Aug. 31.

Members of the J.Lo Fan Membership should buy live performance tickets early, beginning at 9 a.m. native time on Feb. 20. There shall be two different presales by Verizon and for Citi cardmembers. Moreover, presales for live performance tickets will start at 9 a.m. EST Feb. 20 at

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The album — her ninth within the studio — is a extremely private one about her rekindled relationship with Ben Affleck. After splitting up in 2004, they bought again collectively in July of 2021 and had been married in July 2022.

The album debuted on Feb. 16, alongside Lopez’s film, which can be known as “This Is Me … Now: A Love Story.” Watch the trailer for the film beneath:

“I do know what they are saying about me, about hopeless romantics — that we’re weak,” Lopez says within the trailer. “However I’m not weak. I discovered the exhausting means that not all love tales have a contented ending.” The movie will present Lopez overcoming private {and professional} struggles whereas delving into her private life. Beginning at present, you may watch it on Amazon Prime.

The movie enhances the themes within the singer’s album of the identical identify. Right here is the video for the album’s first single, “Can’t Get Sufficient”:

Lopez’s announcement of her “This Is Me … Now” live performance tour ties all of it collectively. And in the meantime, you could possibly be forgiven for pondering that Lopez is nearly in all places proper now. She lately performed the embarrassed music producer reverse Ben Affleck’s “Dunkings” music group in a Dunkin’ Tremendous Bowl industrial. And in January, Lopez introduced that she had signed on as a producer for a Bob the Builder film at Mattel.

Will you watch or tune in to Lopez’s new work?

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