Jennifer Lopez’s Vegas Residency Reportedly In Jeopardy Owing To Poor Ticket And Album Sales

The possibility that Jennifer Lopez’s impending Vegas residency might not go through due to lower-than-expected album and ticket sales has left her receiving bad news all summer long.

Lopez allegedly received an offer of $90 million to perform 90 shows as part of a residency at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas next year; however, Page Six is alleging that the arrangement may be canceled. According to those familiar with the matter, Lopez is reportedly receiving a lower payment in exchange for fewer dates in Las Vegas. When the outlet asked representatives for the MGM Grand and Lopez, they didn’t respond.

Lopez recently rebranded her This Is Me…Now Tour as a “Greatest Hits” concert series due to lackluster ticket sales. The trek’s official name has been changed to This Is Me… Live | The Greatest Hits, according to a report published by NME on April 3. There has been no official word from the Bronx native’s team on the name change, so it’s unclear what she intends to do to make up for or reinstate the shows she recently canceled.

Additionally, according to Variety, the singer and actress canceled seven of the run’s dates, which had an impact on Cleveland, Nashville, Raleigh, Atlanta, Tampa, New Orleans, and Houston ticket holders. The source stated that “large numbers” of tickets have not yet been purchased, despite the fact that there are still 30 dates left on the schedule.

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