Jennifer Lopez Is Flawless on the Cover of Ocean Drive Magazine, Reveals the Vision for Her Las Vegas Residency

Singer discusses plans for new show

By Kendall Fisher Oct 30, 2015 10:03 PMTags
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Alright, Jennifer Lopez…share some of your flawlessness with the rest of us!

The 46-year-old (!!!) singer covers the newest edition of Ocean Drive magazine, looking like the goddess she is in a colorful frock and a bright pinkish-red pout—not one wrinkle in sight!

But as much as we could go on and on about her beauty, we're even more excited to get some new details about her upcoming Las Vegas residency, which begins in January 2016.

"I want it to be a high-energy, Bronx kind of block party," she reveals to the publication. "The most exciting shows make you dance, and scream, and jump up and down. I want people to really let loose."

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In order to make that happen, she plans on perfecting herself (as if, you know, she could get any more perfect). " I'm just looking to do the best Jennifer Lopez show anyone has ever seen. I want the show to be always changing, so it's a unique experience every time—one night a Selena song, and another maybe something by Diana Ross."

While she's been scoping out her Vegas competition—like Britney Spears and Celine Dion—she feels like she brings something new to the table. In fact, the name of her show, "All I Have," pays tribute to that.

"It's always been my approach to performing, to work, to everything I do in life: I give it all I have," she reveals. "That's why it's the name of my show. It's a much more intimate experi¬ence, and it's about real performers—and not everybody can really do that."


And speaking of her performers, she's been known to come down a little hard on her dancers, but she explains it's all part of making the best show possible.

"I started as a dancer, so I have an eye for it. I've done it my whole life," she explains. "Sometimes other people—the music department or my management—might like a person, but I'm, like, ‘Oh, they're a little bit weak in this part; there's not enough technique.' They're bringing the story to life, so they're an integral part of the show, acting a little bit, even."

January can't come soon enough!

Make sure to catch Jennifer Lopez's full interview with Ocean Drive magazine here.