What should be an epic night of melody and move for Jennifer Lopez fans in New York City on Saturday, July 13, turned dim when the artist’s show was emptied because of a power outage.
Participants at the Second Act star’s sold-out Madison Square Garden show were accompanied out of the field after a Manhattan-region control blackout made the whole structure go dark after only three melodies. While a concertgoer reveals to Us Weekly that Lopez, 49, endeavored to address the group before the show was dropped, her receiver had just been separated, driving her to take to web based life to share her musings.
“Crushed and sorrowful that I can’t perform for every one of you today around evening time,” the “Prescription” songstress tweeted close by a video promising her fans they’ll “get their cash’s value” when she’s ready to reschedule the show. “We will make this up to you, I guarantee! I cherish you!!”
— Jennifer Lopez (@JLo) July 14, 2019
Lopez later took to Instagram to refresh fans Opens a New Window. about the status of the cosmetics appear, expressing that Madison Square Garden is attempting to guarantee she can perform there on Monday, July 15, preceding she flies off to Boston for her show there on Tuesday, July 16.
“Declaration: Gonna take in excess of a city-wide power outage to close us down!” the Bronx local inscribed the clasp. “Rescheduling the show for Monday night! ✨💜🙏🏼 #ItsMyPartyTour #SeeYouSoon #TakeTwo Ticketmaster and LiveNation will have subtleties on their sites
in the morning!!!”
Madison Square Garden issued a public statement hours after the dropped show with data about the forthcoming cosmetics appear. “SATURDAY’S MADISON SQUARE GARDEN DATE RESCHEDULED FOR MONDAY, JULY 15 @ 8PM,” the announcement read. “If it’s not too much trouble clutch your unique tickets, as tickets will be respected for the recently rescheduled presentation date. Unique tickets won’t should be traded.”
Before the show, Lopez’s life partner, Alex Rodriguez, presented a sweet tribute on his future life partner.
“Bronx to Madison Square Garden. For a taxi driver, it’s only a 9.2-mile ride,” he wrote beside a selfie of the pair. “Be that as it may, for @jlo, the street from being a child going around with openings in her shoes in the Bronx to featuring at the world’s most well known field, was long and burdensome and took long stretches of diligent work and persistent devotion. Continue murdering it young lady.”
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Bronx to Madison Square Garden. For a cab driver, it’s just a 9.2-mile ride. But for @jlo, the road from being a kid running around with holes in her shoes in the Bronx to headlining at the world’s most famous arena, was long and arduous and took years of hard work and relentless dedication. Keep on killing it girl ❤️ #ItsMyParty #boss
In any case, it wasn’t the 43-year-old resigned MLB player who got all the activity on Friday night at Lopez’s first MSG appear. The “Ain’t Your Mama” songstress regarded U.S. Ladies’ National Soccer Team player Carli Lloyd with a dramatic lap move for helping her group to bring home the 2019 World Cup title
“I have somewhat present for you. It is safe to say that you are prepared for this? I don’t have a clue in case you’re prepared for this,” Lopez told the competitor, 36, preceding two reinforcement artists cuffed Llyod as she continued to play out the sultry festival move. “I have somewhat present for you. As a matter of fact, Carli, I got two presents for you.”
Rodriguez, in the mean time, was in the group of spectators at the show with a portion of the couple’s kids. Lopez shares 11-year-old twins Max and Emme with ex Marc Anthony, while the MLB Tonight reporter is father of little girls Natasha, 14, and Ella, 11, with ex Cynthia Scurtis.