Jennifer Lopez capped off her release week with a thrilling performance on the “Good Morning America” Summer Concert Series on Friday. Following her hometown concert in the Bronx earlier this month, Jenny From the Block took over Rumsey Playfield in Central Park to perform old hits and new tracks off her latest album A.K.A.
Donning a short and sparkly dress, she busted out some fierce moves to her single “First Love” and had the crowd dancing along to “On the Floor.” Accompanied by some shirtless male dancers, she also shook things up with an explosive performance of her Diplo-produced banger “Booty.”
J-Lo has been everywhere of late. Performing in her hometown, the Bronx, teaming up with Pitbull for the opening ceremonies of the World Cup and appearing on Andy Cohen’s chat show.
When Cohen cheekily asked who was better in bed; singers, dancers or actors, the 44-year-old performer replied, “I have to say that in my limited experience, I would have to say anybody involved in music. So I would say singers and dancers.” (The entertainer was engaged to Ben Affleck from November 2002 to September 2003).
She also addressed an alleged feud with another songbird Mariah Carey who she confessed has said some unkind things about her.
"I would love to meet her and I would love to be friends with her,” Lopez said. ”I think she's incredibly talented and I've always been a fan of hers. 'My All' is one of my favorite songs of all time. I just love her. It saddens me to hear anything that's negative because I'm a fan of hers."