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Last night MTV held their 2018 Video Music Awards live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The night started as Cardi B kicked the show off with a brief and hilarious monologue. The night continued on as we saw performances by Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Travis Scott, Ariana Grande, Logic with Ryan Tedder, Shawn Mendes, Aerosmith, Jessie Reyez and more.

Video Vanguard award recipient J.Lo also hit the stage before being honored with he biggest honor of the night.

Cardi B – Opening Monologue

Jennifer Lopez – “Vanguard Medley”

Nicki Minaj – “Majesty,” “Barbie Dreams” & “FEFE”

Logic and Ryan Tedder – “One Day”

Ariana Grande – “God Is A Woman”

Travis Scott & James Blake – “Stargazing,” “Stop Trying to Be God,” “Sicko Mode”

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While we all were rooting for Missy Elliott to receive this years Vanguard award, MTV has other plans. Making the announcement today via Facebook live , this years Vanguard reciptiant will be Jennifer Lopez.

J.Lo, who is nominated for two VMAs this year for her Cardi B and DJ Khaled-assisted single “Dinero,” joins past Vanguard recipients including Michael Jackson, Madonna, Guns N’ Roses, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna, and P!nk.

The 2018 MTV VMAs will air live from Radio City Music Hall on Monday, Aug. 20 at 9 p.m. PM ET/PT.

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With the season finale of her hit NBC show shades of blue, and the finale of American Idol, Jennifer Lopez is getting me back into her music.

After reuniting with L.A. Reid at Epic records, J.Lo unleashed her Meghan Trainor penned song “Ain’t Your Mama.” Which she will be performing live for the first time, tonight on the finale of American Idol. Check out the song below.

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Vegas is about to heat up this winter as Jennifer Lopez announced her Vegas Residency ‘All I Have” at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on Saturday night. J.lo’s Vegas residency kicks off on January 20 at The AXIS Theater at Planet Hollywood, not only did Jennifer announce her Residency, the entertainer is also working on new music she reportedly hit the studio with Missy Elliott and Ne-Yo. The diva also premiered a new track called “Breaking Me Down” at Chateau Nightclub. Check out the snippet below.

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After performing her new song Feel the Light on American Idol last night, Jennifer Lopez debuted the visual for the new track which will be included on the DreamWorks’ film soundtrack Home. The new movie hits theaters March 27, which also stars Jennifer Lopez who plays the mother of Rihanna’s character Tip. Check out the video below.

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Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea show off their best assets  in the Hype Williams directed video “Booty,” the latest single off J.Lo’s album A.K.A., which was released in the summer. Check out the steamy visual below.

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Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea have seem to grow very close these past few months and the two show just how great their friendship is as they collaborate on  J.Lo’s booty anthem ‘Booty Remix’ which originally featured her long time collaborator Pitbull. The two are seen soaking wet in the Hype Williams directed clip. Check out the preview below.

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J.lo may not sell album as she once used to but the girl definitely knows how to score a radio hit with her singles, earlier today the music icon has released the remix to her new single “Booty” taking Pittbull off and replacing him with rapper Iggy Azalea. Over the weekend, the ladies shot a video for the song with director Hype Williams. Check out the song below.

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J.Lo is looking hotter than ever at the age of 44 in her new Billboard magazine shoot, the singer’s 10th studio album is due in stores next week and J.Lo is pulling out all the stops to promote her new project A.K.A. Earlier this week the New York native has unleashed 2 view previews, one for her Chris Brown co-written song ‘Emotions‘ and another for her Rick Ross assisted single ‘Worry No More.’ Check out the hot photoshoot below.

“I’ve always strayed from embracing all these different parts of myself as a person and as an artist, but this time I was like, ‘I am all these different things,’ ” says Lopez. “I can be silly, I can make fun of myself, but I can also be deathly serious and way too deep and introspective sometimes. I think people have so many more sides to themselves than just one. We’re much more colorful than that.”

“Things have changed so much for me,” she says. “I had to really do some soul searching and just realize a lot of things about love, and now I feel like I come from a place where I’m stronger and, I think, better.”

Instead, she’d rather be measured against established icons: Cher and Tina Turner, “and all these people who came a generation before this one and showed us that you don’t have to, as a young woman, have an expiration date. You can go on, and you can do what you want into your 60s and 70s and you can be powerful and be vulnerable and be human. And I think we’re just carrying that on. I’d like to think I’m part of the generation that’s carrying that on.”