Watch Jennifer Lopez’s Epic VMA Performance

Watch Jennifer Lopez’s Epic VMA Performance

The Michael Jackson Vanguard Award victor then transitioned to another hit - "On the Floor" - as the stage exploded with neon lights, fireworks and fog bursts.

As she opened her song, "All I Have", the stage transformed into a winter wonderland with snowflakes descending as the singer put on a fur coat. The crowd-pleasing "Jenny From The Block" was given life within a stage set that included a 6 line subway train.

Ja Rule emerged for "I'm Real" and "Ain't It Funny". I was always the person who was like, 'Why not?'" There were also a lot of thank-yous: "for her parents, her producers, her label heads, her boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, and more. With his jaw dropped, he recorded Lopez's performance with his phone from the audience.

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She wasn't here, the kids weren't here, it was like they were here and then they were gone'. According to a Facebook post from her brother, Frankie Rzucek, she was pregnant with a boy.

"This does not sound like a tribute to me", another said. It has been an incredible journey of dreaming my wildest dreams and then kinda watching them come true.

Because every single one was so good - and we don't expect anything less from the superstar - we're breaking down all of her show-stopping ensembles from her red carpet arrival to the custom Versace pieces she shook her famous booty in.

"I think the likelihood - well, I know the likelihood - of him providing information damaging about the president is 100 percent", he stated. "I knew I had to go higher, I had to be stronger than I had been before". 'All the love that my fans, that my friends, that everybody shows me is genuine, is handsome, and that's something that God gives me, that you can't buy, b*tch, ' she added. You've inspired me so much, and for that reason, this is a surreal moment.

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