Jennifer Lopez might be on vacation, but that doesn’t mean she won’t pick up a microphone if the mood strikes … which is exactly what happened on this Italian island Saturday.
The actress/singer hit up a joint in Capri called Anema e Core — which is a restaurant/live music venue … where tons of stars have visited over the years, including J Lo. Looks like she wanted to hit up again for the good vibes … and definitely contributed to them too.
Watch … Jen was handed a mic, and got to work — with the background music for Gloria Gaynor‘s “I Will Survive” starting to swell … and JLo getting ready to belt.
Soon, the song starts … and Jennifer launches into the first verse with a lot of gusto. The crowd that was all around her definitely got into it quickly — as did her entourage, who started wailing on a tambourine and hyping the moment even more. It was pretty cool, TBH.
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In addition to ‘IWS,’ Jen also sang her own song — “Let’s Get Loud” — and that too got applause. No sign of Ben Affleck anywhere for this trip … seems Jen’s flying solo here.
Not to worry, though … she’s holding it down and then some. Sing it, girlfriend!
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