World Cup 2014 opening ceremony: Jennifer Lopez shares new album artwork
Lopez revealed the designs on Instagram ahead of singing in Sao Paulo tonight
Lopez can be seen sitting on a red bench wearing a low-cut top and heels, her partially-exposed breasts covered only by her hair. One shot shows ‘J-Lo’ cupping her own cleavage as she adopts a serious yet seductive pose for the camera.
The Grammy-winning singer also posted a picture of herself with Pitbull and asked fans which of three sparkly dresses she should wear to perform.
Jennifer Lopez asks fans to help her decide on a World Cup dress
She sparked fears earlier this week that she would not be appearing at the opening ceremony due to unspecified “production issues” but, yesterday, her representative confirmed that she would be taking to the stage.
Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull before their World Cup performance
“She will be there. Jennifer has always wanted to participate in the World Cup opening ceremonies,” the spokesperson said.
“We have been trying to work out scheduling and logistics. Any statements to the contrary were premature. Jennifer would not want to disappoint her fans or fans of futbul.”
Jennifer Lopez has shared new album artwork on Instagram
Lopez's forthcoming album, AKA, will be her first since 2011’s Love? and is set for release on 17 June.
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