Oct. 9, 2007 -- J-Lo has made "Good Morning America" stop on her busy concert tour, she's performing live in Times Square, and she surprised her "Bravest" fan!
She's a singer with her fifth studio album, "Brave," debuting Today. She is an actress and a producer and her most recent project, the film "El Cantante," debuted late this summer.
She's a fashion designer and a perfume creator boasting not just one, but five scents. She is, at her core, a dancer who has appeared on stage, in film and on television.
She was a Fly Girl.
Jennifer Lopez is one-half of an entertainment power couple, a fashion designer whose line makes millions and a fabulous diva from the Bronx, N.Y.
J-Lo is also, of course, a tycoon and an icon of her time.
This tycoon can't seem to slow down and to prove it, she's taken her show on the road.
Lopez, 38, just kicked off her first-ever tour, "ING Presents Juntos en Concierto," a 19-show event featuring her megastar husband, Marc Anthony. While they may be "Together in Concert," it is Lopez who is officially headlining, taking top billing in the tour.
Ever since Lopez donned an unforgettable, cut-down-to-there Versace number at the 2000 Grammy Awards, her fashion choices have been the talk of the red carpet.
It goes without saying that her stage on tour serves as much as a runway as it does a concert venue. That said, Lopez's most recent fashion choices have been the source of much media speculation.
Throughout her 90-minute performance, Lopez changes from one loose-fitting, flowing baby-doll-inspired Roberto Cavalli frock to another, fueling rumors of a baby bump.
In fact, during one of the tour's first stops in Connecticut, a fan on stage blew up her flowing top to reveal what was clearly a rounder stomach than her fans are used to seeing.
To date, J-Lo has denied that she is pregnant.