Jennifer Lopez Performed in a Crop Top and Robe for Her Global Citizen Live Rehearsal

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Jennifer Lopez Performed in a Crop Top and Robe for Her Global Citizen Live Rehearsal
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Jennifer Lopez has been preparing for her highly-anticipated performance at the Global Citizen Live Festival this weekend, and she got in one more rehearsal on Friday in Central Park. The week ended with some cooler weather in New York City so J.Lo chose the perfect early fall pop-star outfit as she took the stage.

Her look included a black crop top with matching leggings with knee-high boots, a form fitting yet comfortable ensemble many women have worn while sipping their first pumpkin latte of the season. Over that, she threw a Coach fur coat that look delightfully cozy.

Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images
Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images

Later, Lopez had to abandon the coat as she heated up, practicing her dance choreography under the lights. She then threw on a flowing robe with a chic print:

Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images
Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images

The concert is an outreach effort from Global Citizen, Rolling Stone reports, an organization that generally works towards ending extreme poverty with a goal of 2030. This event is part of a year-long effort to end COVID-19 and calls upon governments and philanthropists to “kickstart an equitable global recovery.”

Performances are being held all over the world for a 24 hour period and in addition to J.Lo, the show features Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Billie Eilish, Stevie Wonder, Shawn Mendes and BTS. Lopez was added to the line up in August, and she also recently played Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World in Los Angeles, which was produced by Global Citizen to raise money for vaccine doses meant for healthcare workers across the world.

J.Lo was on stage during rehearsal with Ja Rule and LL Cool J, and going through songs like her hit “Dinero” and “Ain't it Funny.”

You can catch the concert on the official 24-hour livestream available online for free on the Global Citizen's website,

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