Jennifer Lopez Dazzles at ‘All I Have’ Vegas Residency

Jennifer Lopez brought glamour, glitz, and star power to the Las Vegas Strip as she launched her “All I Have” residency last week at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The global superstar pulled out all the stops—and outfits (14 in total)—during the two-hour spectacular that had all the makings of a Vegas show-stopper.

Decked out in feathers and descending a mirrored staircase, J.Lo kicked off the evening with her 1999 debut single “If You Had My Love.” While her dancers rolled around on hoverboards, she changed into a fur coat for Sheila E’s “The Glamorous Life” followed by a soft-shoe routine of “Got a Lot o’ Livin’ to Do” from Bye Bye Birdie.

“Vegas, there’s a new girl in town,” Lopez told the sold-out audience.

She rode in on a bedazzled 6 Train before taking it back to the Bronx with “Jenny From the Block,” “Get Right,” and “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” while backed by a five-piece live band and 16 dancers.

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Ja Rule joined her for their pair of chart-topping hits, “I’m Real” and “Ain’t It Funny.” She catered to the Sin City crowd with a sexy striptease set to the DJ Mustard-produced “Girls,” and kept it going with 2014’s “Booty” (complete with a line from Drake’s “Hotline Bling”). And of course, she paid homage to her Latin roots with an electrifying medley of Celia Cruz’s “Quimbara,” “Quien Sera,” and the Gloria Estefan-penned “Let’s Get Loud.”

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In the most personal and emotional moment of the evening, the 46-year-old dedicated a cover of Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance” to her eight-year-old twins, Emme and Max. On opening night, she was also joined by Ne-Yo, who filled in for LL Cool J on “All I Have,” and Pitbull for “On the Floor.”

Clad in a sparkly catsuit, Vegas’ new “It” girl capped off the nearly $10 million production with “Waiting for Tonight,” “Dance Again,” and “On the Floor” as confetti rained down.

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“I love you so much. Thank you! Till we meet again!” said J.Lo before blowing kisses to the crowd and riding off on a silver crescent moon.

Opening week brought out a star-studded crowd including Justin Bieber, Nelly, French Montana, T.I., Tyga, Nicole Scherzinger, Adrienne Bailon, and the entire “Shades of Blue” cast.

“Jennifer Lopez: All I Have” runs through Feb. 9 with additional shows scheduled throughout May and June. Tickets are on sale now.