Jennifer Lopez dazzles fans at her last show in Australia at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.
Jennifer Lopez dazzles fans at her last show in Australia at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre. Kristy Muir

Jennifer Lopez gives fans a dazzling show in Brisbane

TRIPLE threat Jennifer Lopez wowed a packed house at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre for her last show in Australia.

J Lo took fans on a journey from the Bronx to fame and brought a personal touch to the show by talking to the audience between songs and sharing her thoughts about life.

She also included a photo montage of her life with her kids - which made the experience more intimate.

Fans didn't seem to mind waiting for the superstar for close to 40 minutes. I think everyone there was just happy she was finally in Australia.

The show opened with a bang to Get Right and she backed it up with the pop hit, Love Don't Cost a Thing.

In a "back to the Bronx" mega-mix J Lo danced and sang to I'm Real, All I have, Ain't it Funny and finished with Jenny from the Block.

J Lo proved you can find a balance of singing, dancing and acting on stage - she showed off her vocal stylings as well as her booty shaking dance moves.

As expected there was a lot of bling, sparkles, pyrotechnics and lights - but it was not to hide a lack of talent, despite what some critics might think.

The starlet slowed down and stripped back her first No 1 song, If You Had My Love (I would imagine to catch her breath) but also to prove to critics she could do it without the glitz and glamour.

My favourite song of the evening was Let's Get Loud, which she started by playing the bongo drum.

Her outfits were incredible and there were a number of wardrobe changes which she did seamlessly.

I would jump at the chance to see her in concert again.



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