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October 24, 2011  | by: Emily Longeretta

J.Lo

Jenny from the Block sure knows how to get a crowd going. That’s something that hasn’t changed since she’s started. But what has changed over time is her romantic life, and she thought she’d remind the crowd at her show at Mohegan Sun on Saturday just how it went.

The star performed a great “If You Had My Love” for the cheering fans on Saturday, and followed it up by informing them about HER love. “That’s the first song I wrote about love. And this is the last song I wrote about love. A lot has happened since then.” She then went on with an awesome performance of “Until It Beats No More.”

So, why was it so awesome? We’re glad you asked. During the show, J. Lo’s great back up dancers joined in in a Halloween-esque form. No, they weren’t dressed as zombies and goblins, but even better — as Ms. Lopez’ ex boyfriends. That’s right, there were representations of Chris Judd, Ben Affleck, Diddy, and even Jen’s latest ex, Marc Anthony.

As funny as hearing about this may seem (and we think it seems hilarious!) the singer found it more as a way to reflect. “A trip down memory lane,” is how she put it, before beginning to cry in front of thousands of fans. The loyalty to the star prevailed though, as fans followed that up with a standing ovation for the 42-year-old (who’s never looked better). We applaud J. Lo for the creative performance, as well as showing the crowd your sensitive side. Shows you’re a real woman, even if you do drive a Fiat!

P.S. Take this as a sign Bradley Cooper: don’t hurt Ms. Lopez…or else!

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