Jennifer Lopez Cancels Entire Tour—Is The Vegas Residency Next?

Jennifer Lopez cancels her entire summer tour
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Jennifer Lopez cancels her entire summer tour
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Photo Credit: Netflix ‘Atlas’ (Jennifer Lopez)

Jennifer Lopez and Live Nation have canceled all dates for the ‘This Is Me… Live’ summer tour. Reports suggest sluggish ticket sales to blame, though J. Lo says she’s “spending time with family and friends.”

Live Nation representatives confirmed the cancellation of the ‘This Is Me…Live’ summer tour, stating “Jennifer is taking time off to be with her children, family, and close friends.”

“For those who purchased through Ticketmaster, tickets will automatically be refunded. There is nothing further fans need to do. For those who purchased via third-party resale sights such as SeatGeek, StubHub, VividSeats, etc., please reach out to your point of purchase for more details.”

Jennifer Lopez also issued a statement on her website about the cancellation, stating, “I am completely heartsick and devastated about letting you down. Please know that I wouldn’t do this if I didn’t feel that it was absolutely necessary. I promise I will make it all up to you and we will all be together again. I love you all so much. Until next time.”

Meanwhile, there are rumors that her Las Vegas residency may be on the chopping block too amid the comeback flops that keep stacking up. According to a source speaking to the New York Post, the poor performance of both the album and this tour may impact that deal.

“MGM is watching her not doing well on the road. They are very nervous,” someone close to the situation said. “It’s pretty rare you have a poor tour and then go to Vegas.” Someone else speaking on the matter claims no deal with MGM has been signed, but both sides have continued talking about a residency.

Insiders claim that if the Las Vegas residency follows through as planned, Jennifer Lopez will receive $1 million per show for 90 dates in 2025. Lopez’s previous Las Vegas Residency at Planet Hollywood in 2016 was successful with sold-out shows and grossed $102 million or around $350,000 per show.