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Thursday 25 December 2014

Jennifer Lopez confirms concert film plans

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez plans to release a 3D concert film.

The 43-year-old is currently shooting footage for her performance movie release which will be titled Dance Again.

The performer's manager Benny Medina confirmed the news to Extra TV host Maria Menounos.

"The film will chronicle the last few years in Jennifer's life as she faced big changes," Benny told Extra TV. "Her instinct is to get right back up, go on the road and 'dance again'."

Jennifer will be the latest star to go down the concert film road following in the footsteps of Justin Bieber and Katy Perry who have had success with similar titles.

The international star has recently spoken about her desire to continue with her career as a performer. This film will be her way of taking her concerts to the next stage by showing them on the big screen. Earlier this year Jennifer announced she would be quitting her role as American Idol judge to return to her music, which the Latino super star singer says is her first love.

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