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Jennifer Lopez Rocks The Stage At American Music Awards: “We Broke It Down!”

Photo Credit: 2020 American Broadcasting Companies & ABC

Jennifer Lopez‘s American Music Awards performance which includes her steamy dances, with artist Maluma, made a huge wave.

On November 23, the 51-year-old Jennifer Lopez, first appeared on the red carpet at 2020 AMAs, with two pieces of slinky silver sequin outfit, then performed ‘Pa’ Ti‘ and ‘Lonely‘ in a barely-there black catsuit. During her performance, enriched with lighting and visuals creating shadows, Lopez, recently accepting the People’s Choice Award for People’s Icon, caught attention with her chair dancing.

Following her stage appearance, social media was flooded with countless messages, which praise JLo. Lopez herself, posted a video from the night and added a caption that reads:

We 👏 broke 👏 it 👏 DOWN! Thanks to @maluma and everyone involved that help make tonight’s @amas performance so great !!!!”

JLo, who portrayed a pole dancer in the Netflix film ‘Hustler,’ also received accolades for her perfect-shaped body which she is reportedly doing so much to keep fit. According to Lopez’s posts shared through social media, she is tracking a really strict gym regime for looking that awesome at the stage.

Despite the countless positive comments and praises for her, certain social media users accused Lopez of copying Beyoncé‘s 2014 Grammy performance with Jay-Z, because of the visual effects, chair dancing, wet hairstyle, and the outfit. Some said that Lopez’s performance exactly the same as Queen Bey’s ‘Drunk In Love‘ show, which she is doing as a routine in her concert tour.

Click here to watch out the show and see below to view Lopez’s Instagram post.

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