SINGAPORE - American RnB artist Jennifer Lopez gave a high-octane closing performance to wrap up the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix weekend at the Padang on Sunday night.
Following British Mercedes F1 driver Lewis Hamilton's win at the Singapore GP, the Latin-American pop icon kicked off the celebrations with a 90-minute-long performance, entertaining the crowd with hits spanning her 15-year career in music.
Lopez fired up the audience with new songs such as First Love and I Luh Ya PaPi and older hits that included Waiting For Tonight and Jenny From The Block.
At age 45, she showed she still had the moves and vocal chops to rock the crowd.
Dressed in a series of figure-hugging outfits that left little to the imagination, the award-winning singer showed off her curves as she grooved to such hits as Booty, one of the latest songs off her recently released eighth studio album, A.K.A.
Fans sang along to old hits such as 2005's Get Right and the timeless 2001 club anthem My Love Don't Cost A Thing.
Songs like If You Had My Love, the debut single that first catapulted her to pop fame in 1999, and Waiting For Tonight were given bass-heavy remixes that added to the arena-rock atmosphere.
Donning a bedazzled gold NY cap, she closed her set with Jenny From The Block, a nod to her days growing up in the Bronx, and Hold It Don't Drop It, delivering a sizzling hot end to the F1 race weekend.