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Friday, March 22, 2019

Jennifer Lopez is bringing her 50th birthday party to Detroit — yes, 50

Posted By on Fri, Mar 22, 2019 at 10:57 AM

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Botox? A deal with the devil, perhaps? Maybe just a good old fashioned regimen of H2O and daily affirmations? We don't know how actress, pop star, dance mentor, and red carpet goddess, Jennifer Lopez could possibly be turning the big 5-0 this year but she's throwing herself a 25-city North American tour to celebrate...and show off.



The "It's My Party Tour" will kick-off on June 7 in Los Angeles and will find Jenny From The Block bringing the high "glamour" production to Detroit's Little Caesars Arena on July 5.

The nearly half-a-century old diva left Detroiters — and pretty much all of Twitter scratching their heads last month when J.Lo performed a seven-minute thrust-heavy Motown medley at the 61st Grammy Awards. Sure, Lopez isn't the first, or second, or, you know, the 100th performer you might associate Motown with, but as she said, 2019 is her party and she'll do whatever she damn well pleases.


Tickets go on sale starting Friday, March 29 at 10 a.m. and can be purchased by visiting Ticketmaster.


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