Jennifer Lopez’s Las Vegas Residency at Risk Following Disappointing Tour Performance

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    Jennifer Lopez’s $90 Million Residency at MGM Grand in Jeopardy

    Despite the setbacks on her tour, Jennifer Lopez remains optimistic about her upcoming residency in Las Vegas. The 90-show residency at MGM Grand is still on the table, but with MGM closely monitoring her ticket sales, there is a possibility that the deal may be renegotiated for fewer dates and less money.

    Fans were disappointed when Lopez canceled several shows on her This Is Me…Now tour, citing a “logistical issue through the promoter” as the reason for the cancellations. The tour, which was set to kick off in June and conclude in August, had to remove stops in multiple cities, leaving ticket holders with refunds.

    Despite these setbacks, Lopez’s return to the touring stage has been highly anticipated, with her 2019 tour grossing over $50 million and selling out venues nationwide. The upcoming residency in Las Vegas was supposed to be a triumphant comeback for the singer after a five-year hiatus from touring.

    With her album This Is Me…Now and accompanying documentary receiving global acclaim, Lopez is eager to showcase her chart-topping hits and latest tracks to fans in Las Vegas. As she navigates the challenges of the music industry, Lopez remains determined to deliver an unforgettable experience for her fans, whether on tour or in residency in Las Vegas.