That’s a wrap on American Idol…for now? No one knows for sure, but the Idol finale was jam-packed with performances, including the premiere of Jennifer Lopez’s single, Ain’t Your Mama! Always a multi-tasker, Jennifer paired Ain’t Your Mama with Let’s Get Loud, to promote the single and her 2nd leg of All I Have! Watch the stellar performance here:
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Jennifer Lopez stopped by Live with Kelly and Michael to chat about Shades of Blue and American Idol. They also played a fun game of “JLo or JNo”. It’s very amusing, so check it out! Don’t forget, Jennifer will be on the primetime edition of Carpool Karaoke TONIGHT, The View on Thursday, and of course, American Idol and the Shades of Blue finale on Thursday!
The American Idol live shows have begun! Jennifer attended the Top 10 Finalist party after the show last night. Here are pics from the party, as well as pics from the shows this week:
Here are a few interviews where Jennifer talked about Idol, Kelly Clarkson, Shades of Blue, and All I Have:
Things are getting busy again, as Jennifer will be appearing on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live on Monday, Late Night with Seth Meyers on Tuesday, and The Wendy Williams Show on Thursday! Set those DVRs!
Jennifer Lopez attended FOX’s Winter TCA panel for American Idol earlier today! Some interesting news came out of that when a reporter asked about it being the “final” season. Jennifer’s fellow judge, Harry Connick Jr, corrected the reporter, saying it is the “farewell season” of Idol, perhaps indicating that it might not be ending just yet!
Jennifer had this to say about the possibility of more seasons: “You never know. With a format like this that could work at any time, it’s possible. … I haven’t thought about it much, but hypothetically if that happened, American Idol has a special place in my heart, and it’s something I would consider. [I’ll] always be there when they call.”
Jennifer Lopez dominated primetime last night! The ratings are in and Shades of Blue debuted very well on NBC last night with a 1.8/6 in 18-49 and 8.6 million viewers overall. Shades of Blue won its time slot among ABC, CBS and NBC in 18-49, total viewers and all other key measures. Shades is NBC’s most-watched Thursday debut in nearly seven years! Over on FOX, American Idol helped the network win the night in 18-49 and total viewers with a 2.7 and 9.9 million viewers, respectively.