Jennifer Lopez is an international phenomenon with a massive fan base across the globe. The singer is known for her captivating performances. Recently, she blew away her fans as she performed during the Marry Me Tonight! concert for streaming service Peacock on Thursday.

The 52-year old singer performed multiple songs from her new film, Marry Me including the mega-hit track, Church. During the special, four real couples were wed as way to promote the film.

J Lo showed off her jaw-dropping figure in a tight glittery beige jumpsuit featuring purple swirls and religious motifs including the Virgin Mary’s face. She busted her best moves while donning a large cross necklace and her gorgeous walnut locks cascaded over her shoulders in waves. The dress clung to every corner of her figure perfectly highlighting her curves.

Meanwhile, in the film, the Grammy nominee plays a pop star who plans to get married at one of her concerts to her fiancé ,Maluma. However, her on-screen character decides against it after learning just before the ceremony that he has been cheating on her. Instead, she decides to marry the first person she sees, who happens to be Owen Wilson, who is temporarily holding a ‘Marry Me’ sign that belongs to his friend.

Jennifer was joined by a talented group of backing dancers in her performance. The singer made sure to look nothing short of exceptional while she showed off her incredible moves. You can check out a brief clip from her performance below.

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