Jennifer Lopez is taking a Las Vegas stage and no, we're not just talking about the one from her All I Have residency. The 47-year-old superstar is set to perform at the Latin Grammys for the first time, confirms the star's rep.
It just so happens that it's also the year that her ex-husband Marc Anthony is named The Latin Recording Academy's Person of the Year. What a night it'll be for their twins Max and Emme!
J.Lo's got a busy couple of months, she's back to her All I Have residency in December, and projects like her all-Spanish album that's in the works.
"I am so excited and really looking forward to this new musical journey and to celebrate my Latin roots with Marc Anthony and the Sony/Magnus family," Lopez, 47, said in a statement.
Last month, NBC president Bob Greenblatt revealed that the network will be taking on Bye Bye Birdie in December of next year, with Jennifer Lopez set to both executive produce and star as Rosie Alvarez.
Julio Reyes Copello, Djavan, Fonseca, Jesse & Joy, and Ricardo López Lalinde lead with four Latin Grammy nominations each, spanning coveted categories like Album of the Year and Record of the Year.
Shakira's hit with Carlos Vives "La Bicicleta" will also duke it out for Record of the Year alongside Enrique Iglesias' "Duele El Corazón" and Andrea Bocelli's "Me Faltarás."
The 2016 Latin Grammy Awards go live on Nov. 17 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.