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Jennifer Lopez: Are you ready for me? I’m cutting loose!

Published 22/09/2015

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez is putting a lot of effort into “conceptually moulding” her forthcoming Las Vegas residency concert series into something that will thoroughly impress audiences.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Jennifer Lopez is always intent on cutting “loose” during stage performances, a wild energy she embraced at iHeartRadio Music Festival.

The 46-year-old songstress amazed audiences during her set at the event on Saturday (19Sep15).

But Jennifer aims to titillate and excite every single time she performs, a process that is easy when she focuses on embracing her wild side.

"I was like, 'I don't know if you guys are ready for me right now. I'm ready to get loose on your right now.' It was a lot of fun,” she gushed to Extra of her iHeartRadio show.

Jennifer is currently preparing for her Las Vegas concert residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

The series of performances, which kicks off 20 January (16), is entitled All I Have and Jennifer is putting her all into crafting a perfect show for fans.

“We have a lot of work to do,” she emphasised. “It is conceptually moulding the show and figuring out what that is going to be. Putting all the pieces together and seeing what we are going to do new, and what we are going to keep from other shows I've done… and capturing the energy I bring to the stage."

Jennifer currently has a number of professional commitments keeping her busy. She is a judge on the final season of American Idol, as well as filming her forthcoming cop TV series Shades of Blue and also preparing to shoot a music video with Jason Derulo for their duet Try Me.

And even though she is committed to getting loose onstage, the On the Floor hitmaker will show some restraint in one key area while shooting the Try Me promo.

"He will be shirtless, I'm sure. I’m not sure what I'm going to be, but I won't be shirtless, that's for sure,” Jennifer smiled.

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