December date with Jennifer Lopez

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International superstar Jennifer Lopez will be in Kuala Lumpur for a concert in December. But first, here’s a chance to win her Greatest Hits album

PACKED with a dozen sensational career-spanning hits and two new chart-topping songs, Dance Again...The Hits marks Jennifer Lopez’s first greatest hits package.

Since its debut in March, more than 1.4 million copies have been sold worldwide and it has reached the number one spot on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Chart.

The multi-talented international superstar has sold over 70 million records worldwide, 11.8 million albums in the United States and scored 11 #1 hits, making her one  of the best-selling artistes of all time, establishing Dance Again...The Hits as a must-have musical retrospective.

And soon, the multi-talented superstar is also set for her debut concert here.

Scheduled to be held at Stadium Merdeka on Dec 2 at 8pm, it is part of Lopez’s first headlining world tour.

Dubbed the Dance Again Tour, it began in June. Panama City was the first venue, and then it travelled to Latin America before making its way to Asia, Europe and Australia.

It promises to be an energetic evening for the audience, raising the bar where show choreography is concerned.

Be prepared to be enthralled by Lopez’ latest dance hits.

A professionally trained dancer specialising in ballet, jazz and flamenco, Lopez is well known for her upbeat pop songs and dance moves. She has worked with well known choreographers such as Dave Scott, Cris Judd, Brian Friedman, Wade Robson, Tyce Diorio, Travis Payne, Jeri Slaughter, Laurie Ann Gibson, Mia Michaels and Tina Landon.

The former American Idol judge and more recently on reality talent scout show Q’ Viva, Lopez’s foray into the music scene begin in 1999 with the release of her debut album On The 6. Needless to say, the rest is history.
Tickets are priced from RM168 to RM658.

For details, call Galaxy Group at 03-2282 2020 or visit www.galaxy.com.my.

 


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