Jennifer Lopez rebrands tour as greatest hits show after nixing dates – Entertainment Weekly News

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Weeks after canceling several tour dates due to a logistical error, Jennifer Lopez has rebranded her upcoming 2024 This Is Me… Now tour as a career-spanning celebration titled This Is Me… Live: The Greatest Hits.

“Come dance the night away at This Is Me…LIVE this Summer,” Lopez wrote on Instagram alongside a video montage highlighting her past singles and notable film appearances, from “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” to Selena.

“Who knew that this girl right here, singing for my family, performing around my city and following my passion, would take me places I could never have imagined,” Lopez says in the clip, also calling the performances “a celebration for all of us” on the road. “No matter what, I’m just the girl I’ve always been, with the love that drives me to share my story on stage like I always have.”

Some reports initially suggested that the tour’s promotion shifted to include more of Lopez’s discography due to low ticket sales, but Entertainment Weekly has learned that the singer made no changes to the planned setlist or the content of the show itself, and that the tour was always intended to be a celebration of Lopez’s career rather than just highlight her recent This Is Me… Now album and its accompanying movie, This Is Me…Now: A Love Story.

EW has reached out to representatives for Lopez for comment.

Jennifer Lopez.

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In March, Lopez canceled tour dates spanning Aug. 22-30, including stops in Nashville, Atlanta, Tampa, New Orleans, and Raleigh, N.C.

Like its predecessor — her 2002 album, This Is Me… Then — the sequel This Is Me… Now chronicles Lopez’s love life, in particular her marriage to actor Ben Affleck following their previous separation.

Though the accompanying Amazon Original streaming movie made headlines and was one of the platform’s most-watched titles the week of its release,This Is Me… Now the album spent only one week on the Billboard 200 albums chart, at No. 38, despite reaching No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart.

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