J-Lo Losing Big Money After Affleck Divorce Rumor

Jennifer Lopez’s highly anticipated Las Vegas residency deal, initially valued at $90 million for a 90-show run, is reportedly in jeopardy due to disappointing ticket sales for her upcoming “This Is Me… Live” tour. The New York Post has revealed that MGM executives are becoming increasingly cautious as the tour, set to begin in late June, struggles to sell tickets.



Lopez’s tour, which has already seen cancellations in seven cities—Nashville, New Orleans, Raleigh, Atlanta, Houston, Cleveland, and Tampa—has raised concerns among MGM officials about the viability of a successful residency following a poorly performing tour. An insider suggested that, given the current situation, Lopez might have to settle for a significantly reduced fee, between $500,000 and $600,000 per show, and a reduced number of concerts from the originally planned 90.

This turmoil coincides with ongoing speculation about Lopez’s marriage to Ben Affleck, adding another layer of complexity to her current professional challenges. Despite the setbacks, discussions between Lopez and MGM are reportedly ongoing, though no definitive agreement has been signed yet.

Lopez’s previous Las Vegas residency, “All I Have” at Caesars Palace, was one of the most successful runs in the city’s history, making the current uncertainties around her new deal even more striking. The rebranding of her tour from “This Is Me… Now: The Tour” to “This Is Me… Live” was intended to focus more on her greatest hits rather than new material, hoping to replicate the success of tours by artists like Taylor Swift and Madonna. However, this strategic shift has not yet yielded the desired boost in ticket sales.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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