Jennifer Lopez's Super Saturday Night Concert Was the Perfect Way to Kickoff Super Bowl 2018

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Fans already know that Jennifer Lopez knows how to party. One day before the Philadelphia Eagles (hey, champs!) won the Super Bowl, Jenny headlined the 2018 DirecTV NOW Super Saturday Night Concert in Minneapolis to celebrate her one-year anniversary to Alex Rodriguez, show love to his royal purple badness, Prince, in his hometown, and most of all, raise money for Hurricane Maria survivors in Puerto Rico. AT&T plans to match charitable contributions up to $200K to the Hispanic Federation and give $1 to the organization for every person who tweeted using #JLoNOW.

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According to the Associated Press, Jenny changed at least seven times during the nearly two-hour concert, including a loose football jersey 'J.Lo' and the No. 13 emblazoned across the front. The number was a nod to her Bae's days as a hitter for the New York Yankees.

Wardrobe aside, because let's face it the woman knows how to rock the hell out of everything from a bodysuit to a leopard jumper, J.Lo’s dance moves were on point as she sang her way through a catalog of hits, including "Love Don’t a Cost a Thing," "Jenny From the Block," and "I’m Real." She also danced to Camila Cabello’s "Havana" and Cardi B’s "Bodak Yellow."


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The beautiful mogul also sang her new song "Us" and dedicated it to A-Rod. “We’ve been together for a year today,” said the Lopez in front of 8,000 screaming fans. “I don’t want to get all mushy or anything, but baby, this song’s for you. I love you.”

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The Prince medley one of many highlights of the night. She started with the opening to "Let’s Go Crazy" and sang "When Doves Cry" and "Darling Nikki." The night would not have been complete our Bronx, New York homie sliding across the stage like Mr. Prince Rogers Nelson himself.

Jenny ended the show with the crowd pleaser "Let’s Get Loud." The best way to sum up the concert experience was this way: It was lit. 

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