Updated 04:27 AM EDT, Thu, Oct 28, 2021

Jennifer Lopez's Wardrobe Malfunction Exposes Latina Singer's Famous Behind [Watch]

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Towards the end of her concert in Las Vegas on Saturday, singer Jennifer Lopez gave her fans at Planet Hollywood a perfect way to cap the night -- a wardrobe malfunction that exposed her famous behind.

Mirror reported that the singer bared part of her butt when she took a bow before the audience and ripped her sparkly jumpsuit.

It added that the wardrobe malfunction also happened after she thanked the audience for taking time to witness her concert, which she noted was a successful one.

"I love you so much, thank you so much," Lopez was quoted as saying before she grabbed her dancers' hands and made the iconic bow, er Daily Mail.

According to GossipCop, J.Lo's third show was running smoothly towards the end when her wardrobe ripped. She made no mention of the incident on social media.

The same report noted that this is not the first wardrobe malfunction for the pop diva. It mentioned that most of her earlier mishaps were "above the waist."

Five years ago, she exposed her right breast during an interview with Thomas Gottschalk on the television show "Wetten Dass."

In 2012, she also exposed her nipples during a performance at the O2 Arena in London, but she continued singing her piece despite that.

GossipCop added that it is still debated if she actually had a "nip slip" during her presentation of the Best Costume Design for the 2012 Academy Awards.

The singer started her Vegas residency show on Wednesday, treating her fans to her greatest hits and eight wardrobe changes, Daily Mail said.

For the opening night of her "All I Have" show in Las Vegas, Lopez wore colourful, almost nude costumes, designed by Zuhair Murad, and danced with male dancers on hoverboards.

News.com.au added that she also performed some of her songs with Ja Rule, Pitbull and Ne-Yo.

Aside from performing her well-known hits like "Waiting for Tonight," "If You Had My Love," and "Dance Again," the pop singer also paid tribute to her Latin roots, with the songs "Quimbara," "Quien Sera" and "Let's Get Loud."

Asked about how she considered the 90-minute Vegas opening show, Lopez told People that it was "spectacular."

"We wanted to create a really unique show that was really unique to Vegas that only I could do, and I really felt like we did that," she added.

Lopez also noted that she was not nervous during her performances. In fact, she was rather excited because she and the entire production team prepared well for it.

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