AceShowbiz - As a diva, Jennifer Lopez always delivers show-stopping performances onstage. The 48-year-old actress/singer resumed her "All I Have" residency in Las Vegas at Planet Hollywood a few days ago, and she totally wowed fans with her lively and stunning performance.
Rocking a nude bodysuit encrusted with glittering crystals, the "Jenny From the Block" singer impressed the audience with her sexy moves. She showcased her powerful vocal while doing some choreography with a group of dancers in the barely-there costume, which perfectly hugged her figure.
At one point during her explosive performance, J.Lo gave the concertgoers an eyeful of her famous bottom as she bent over backwards. Her risque outfit fortunately covered her lady part as she showed off her perfect behind while doing the provocative move.
Not stopping there, she shocked the crowd again when she gyrated on the floor while wearing a long-sleeeved see-through black bodysuit. She flaunted her ample cleavage as she dropped to her knees and flashed her middle fingers to the packed crowd.
In a recent interview, J.Lo shared how she felt about Las Vegas while she's doing the residency. Dubbing it "the sexiest city in the world," the singer said, "I love the shows and the food. I was really big into all of the Cirque du Soleil shows-I saw every single one of those. And then the restaurants change here all the time. They're always bringing in the best chefs from all over the world to draw people to gamble, so bonus for me. I don't gamble, but I do eat a lot. Occasionally."
When asked about her current projects, J.Lo revealed she loved doing many things at the same time. "I love acting, and it's funny because I do such different things, and I play in such different lanes," she shared. "I feel like I'm always challenging myself to be better, and do better, and do different things, and not stay stuck in one thing, and to grow. Now I'm doing a Spanish album, and I just want to keep doing different things and keep challenging myself as a creative person, you know?"