Jennifer Lopez Pays Tribute to Exes Ben Affleck, Diddy, Marc Anthony During Concert


"A little trip down memory lane," the actress-singer says as several dancers -- resembling her past loves -- perform onstage and she tears up.

Jennifer Lopez acknowledged her past romances in a concert over the weekend.

In her Mohegan Sun concert in Montville, Conn., on Saturday, the singer-actress trotted out a parade of dancers --- resembling her past exes, including ex-boyfirned Diddy, ex-fiance Ben Affleck and husband of seven years Marc Anthony, with whom she separated in July -- for a montage about "love," according to Us Weekly.

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"You want to talk about love? I can talk about love. Oh, the stories!" the American Idol judge said before singing her hit "If You Had My Love."

Of the song, she said: "That's the first song I wrote about love. And this is the last song I wrote about love. A lot has happened since then!"

She then sang one of her newer songs as a group of male and female dancers performed behind her -- including the lookalikes.

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"A little trip down memory lane," she said before pausing and looking down. The camera at the concert then zoomed in on her face, showing her about to tear up. Upon seeing this, the crowd gave her a standing ovation.

Despite her split from Anthony, the duo are still scheduled to shoot their Latin talent show Q'Viva: The Chosen -- along with director-choregrapher Jamie King -- from October through January. During that time, they’ll scour Latin America for untapped talent -- singers, dancers, musicians, and performers -- while also documenting their own transcontinental travels.  

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Simon Fuller's XIX Entertainment recently reveale its first three broadcast network partners for the program, which include Univision, Televisa and Caracol TV in the U.S., Mexico and Colombia, respectively.

A total of 21 countries are slated to carry the show, which is being filmed in English, Spanish and Portuguese.


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