Watch Jennifer Lopez, Kelly Clarkson and More Perform on 'American Idol'
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J.Lo performed 'Ain't Your Mama' and 'Let's Get Loud' while Clarkson played a medley of her old and new hits including her coronation song 'A Moment Like This'.

AceShowbiz - Jennifer Lopez was one of the superstars taking the "American Idol" stage for the last time on Thursday, April 7. As promised, the Bronx diva brought her latest single "Ain't Your Mama" to the singing competition's series finale.

It marked J.Lo's first time to have performed the song live. She emerged on the stage rocking a high ponytail and a French maid uniform while singing the upbeat tune and dancing to it alongside some ladies sporting similar outfits.

Midway through the song, she ditched her white apron and revealed a sequin jumpsuit beneath it as the intro of "Let's Get Loud" kicked in. During the second song, she was also joined by some male dancers in sheer black shirts. Towards the end of her set, she showed off her impressive dance and twerking skills in a barely-there metallic jumpsuit.

"Ain't Your Mama" is Lopez's first single after she joined Epic Records, with which she last month signed a multi-album deal. Ahead of her performance that night, she dropped online a lyric video for her new song.

The last "American Idol" episode also featured performances from numerous former contestants of the singing competition including Kelly Clarkson. Just weeks after her emotional rendition of "Piece by Piece", the first-ever "Idol" winner returned for a medley of her many hits like "Miss Independent", "Breakaway", "Since U Been Gone", "Because of You", "Behind These Hazel Eyes" and "My Life Would Suck Without You".

She also sang some newer tracks like "Heartbeat Song" and "Invicible" from her album, "Piece by Piece", before closing out her performance with an a capella version of her coronation song, "A Moment Like This".

Carrie Underwood and Jennifer Hudson were other former contestants making appearances Thursday, the same night Trent Harmon was announced as the 15th season's winner. The former joined judge Keith Urban for "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" from his upcoming album "Ripcord" and also hit the stage solo for her own single "Something in the Water".

The latter, meanwhile, teamed up with Fantasia Barrino and LaToya London for "Bridge Over Troubled Water". The three divas competed against each other during the 2004 season, which was eventually won by Barrino.

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