Fans can visit americanidol.com/jennifer_lopez/ to cast votes for "On The Floor" ending
Grammy Award-winning superstar and "American Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez is partnering with americanidol.com to offer fans the opportunity to choose the ending of the music video for her new hit single, "On The Floor."
Now through noon ET on Thursday, March 3, "American Idol" fans can log on to americanidol.com/jennifer_lopez/ to view different possible endings to the video and vote for their favorite. The world premiere of the full video - with the winning ending - is made possible by Ford and will air during "American Idol" Thursday, March 3 (8 p.m. ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX.
Lopez, of course, is an actress, entertainer, recording artist, film and TV producer, fashion designer, entrepreneur and philanthropist. She has sold more than 55 million records worldwide and has starred in multiple No. 1 box office films, including "The Wedding Planner" and "Monster-In-Law."
Currently, Lopez serves as a judge on "American Idol," the juggernaut TV series now in its 10th season. She has launched worldwide campaigns as the ambassador of L'Oreal and Venus Gillette, and she has been named the spokeswoman of the Boys & Girls Club of America. It was Lopez who set the standard for celebrity branding in fragrance, apparel and accessories, and she will launch an exclusive collection with Kohl's, the first ever for the retailer. In addition, her recent fragrance, Love and Glamour, has marked 17 successful launches and has taken in more than $1 billion combined.
In 2001, "The Wedding Planner" was the nation's top-grossing film while her album, "JLO," was No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart. The two simultaneous honors made Lopez the first woman in history to have a No. 1 movie and album in the same week. Lopez made her feature debut in the highly acclaimed feature "Mi Familia," which garnered her an Independent Spirit Award nomination for her role as young mother "Maria Sanchez." Lopez earned widespread acclaim for her work in the title role of "Selena," which brought her a Golden Globe Award nomination. The National Council of La Raza, the largest Latino advocacy group in the nation, named her Entertainer of the Year at the American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Awards.
Lopez's production company, Nuyorican, is in development on several film and TV productions that includes a partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Film. She founded The Maribel Foundation along with her sister, Lynda, with a mission dedicated to improving the health and well being of women and children and raising the level of medical care available to them. The foundation is currently working with Children's Hospital Los Angeles on a telemedicine program that will help underserved communities by providing technology and top-notch doctor resources. The first telemedicine center opened in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 2010.