December 16, 2020
After her sensational performance at this year's Super Bowl, Jennifer Lopez is ending the year with her return to the Rockin' Eve stage.
Jennifer Lopez is a film and music sensation with numerous awards under her name. The fashion designer will headline Dick Clark’s New Year's Rockin' Eve and the exciting news was announced via Twitter.
The official account for New Year's Rockin' Eve shared the news alongside a compelling video of Lopez. The footage captured the crooner in different appealing outfits plus scenes taken from her various performances.
The 51-year-old could be seen showing off her curves and dance moves while rocking her hair in numerous chic styles. The caption which revealed Lopez's role and the event's premiere date, read:
"The one and only @JLo is returning to the #RockinEve stage to headline from Times Square! Join us LIVE December 31st at 8/7c on ABC."
The "Hustlers" star began her year by performing at Pepsi's Super Bowl LIV and will end the year by joining Ryan Seacrest in New York for the spectacular New Year's Rockin' Eve show.
Hollywood's sensation Lucy Hale will also join Seacrest in New York's Times Square.
The event will also feature performances from various stars. The A-list lineup reportedly includes actor and singer, Billy Porter, the "All Through the Night" crooner, Cyndi Lauper, and singer, Jimmie Allen.
Seacrest also told sources that he and the stars were excited to make the show an unforgettable experience for everyone. He will be the show's host in New York while the renowned songstress Ciara will be hosting from Los Angeles.
This will also mark the "Level Up" singer's fourth year at the show while renouned country singer Jessie James Decker will take the role of the night-time Powerball correspondent.
Hollywood's sensation Lucy Hale will also join Seacrest in New York's Times Square and the television host told sources he was glad to have the actress, as well as Porter, join him in welcoming a brand new year.
This year will also mark the show's 49th anniversary and according to the producers there will be over five hours of performances and due to coronavirus, the event won't be open to the public.