Slay, queen! Jennifer Lopez probably should've been the one to perform at the 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show (sorry, Justin Timberlake) because judging from the video clips from J.Lo's performance at the DIRECTV NOW Super Saturday Night concert in Minneapolis, she absolutely killed it! The pop star headlined the pre-Super Bowl concert — and her man Alex Rodriguez was there to support her, cheering her on from the crowd!
Jen performed hit after hit while wowing the audience with eight costume changes, according to the Daily Mail, and she also managed to raise more money for the Hurricane Maria survivors in Puerto Rico. She danced and sang her hits "If You Had My Love" and "On the Floor," and she also performed her new song "Us" — and she revealed that the song is about her boyfriend, A-Rod, and she started writing a song one year ago when they first started dating.
"We’ve been together for one year today," the 48-year-old told her fans, according to Refinery29. "I don’t want to get all mushy or anything, but baby this song’s for you. I love you.”
So sweet! It's hard to believe that it's already been a year that these two lovebirds have been together, especially because they make such a perfect match that it seems as if they've been together for years. Jen and Alex are the epitome of what a power couple should be, and the former New York Yankee doesn't mind taking a back seat sometimes to let his lady shine in the spotlight. The 42-year-old shared a video clip of himself watching his girl perform from the side of the stage as his oldest daughter Natasha jumped up and down to the beat of the song.
The doting boyfriend also proved that he is the perfect Instagram husband — a term used for a friend, partner, or spouse who takes photos of their significant other for social media. In a super cute photo posted to his Instagram page, Alex held his iPhone with the forward-facing camera facing Jennifer, taking photos as she sat on a bench posing before the show. "Just one more selfie. I just found out what the Superzoom does," he wrote in the caption.