See Jennifer Lopez perform ‘On the Floor’ at the iHeartRadio Music Festival

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Jennifer Lopez Reveals Title and Artwork for Vegas Show.

sizzled onstage at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on Saturday with a super sexy look—a short sleeve, flattering white, strappy bandage bodysuit that hugged her slim figure…and was cut high enough in the back to highlight her most famous asset. The headline-maker, who recently announced at MTV’s Video Music Awards that he has designs to run for president eventually, made the slightest of references to his possible run, singing the lyrics from Only One that say “You’ll be the man I always knew you’d be,” adding the year “2020” at the end. Although Jennifer Lopez didn’t reveal any of the show’s music or dance details (they’re still working that out) she did surprise thousands of fans she was performing for this weekend with the name of her upcoming Vegas show.

West’s closing set followed performances from Duran Duran, Coldplay and The Killers as well as rapper Lil Wayne, soulful singer Sam Smith and country music’s Kenny Chesney at the MGM Grand Garden Arena for the festival’s fifth year. Flashbacks to the 1990s and early 2000s proved popular with a cameo by Third Eye Blind’s Stephan Jenkins performing the band’s 1998 single Jumper with pop singer Demi Lovato and short set by reggae artist Shaggy, who sang his 2000 hit It Wasn’t Me. Actor and singer Jared Leto introduced Kanye West as a “visionary, artist, mad man” before listing off several more attributes to describe the iconic rapper married to celebrity Kim Kardashian, adding “and just maybe the future president of the United States.” West has said he would run in 2020, but he did little if any campaigning Friday. He stuck to a medley of hits and stayed in the shadows, mostly, backlit by rows of flashing bright yellow lights before a spotlight found him a few songs in. Having a problem with the lights not being bright enough, he paced back and forth on stage in silence for a minute or so, until summoning a DJ off to the side to play it again until he would ultimately signal again to skip ahead or cut a song short realising he needed to pick up the pace on his set list that included Stronger, Jesus Walks and a self-censored version of Gold Digger.

The Killers embraced their Sin City roots to the fullest by bringing a bevy of showgirls on stage as lead singer Brandon Flowers, dressed like a snazzy lounge singer in a grey blazer, sang Viva Las Vegas and giant videos of slot reels spun behind them. “We are The Killers brought to you by way of fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada,” Flowers said introducing a set that would bring confetti explosions and sparklers raining down on the stage. Oh, there were plenty, but that still didn’t make Stephan Jenkins, wearing knee-length shorts underneath what appeared to be a drawstring black skirt with black hi-tops, any more recognisable to the crowd until he launched into his Third Eye Blind hit Jumper with Lovato on a duet. This was a Coldplay crowd that sang along to Paradise and jumped along with a pepped-up version of A Sky Full of Stars that ended with a confetti blast of white stars over the crowd.

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