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JLo Needs Help From Dancers After Dramatic Knee Slide in Vegas Show

According to the performer's rep, Lopez did not injure herself and the scene has been in the show since its Vegas debut

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    JLo Needs Help From Dancers After Dramatic Knee Slide in Vegas Show
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    LAS VEGAS, NV - JANUARY 20: Singer/actress Jennifer Lopez (L) performs with a dancer during the launch of her residency "JENNIFER LOPEZ: ALL I HAVE" at The Axis at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on January 20, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

    A video making its way around social media appears to show Jennifer Lopez struggling to stand up after dropping to her knees and bending over backwards during one of her "All I Have" shows in Las Vegas last Thursday.

    Don’t worry, JLo fans, her rep told NBC 6 the dance move is part of the show.

    According to the performer's rep, Lopez did not injure herself and the scene has been in the show since its Vegas debut.

    The international superstar is seen in the video sliding to her knees in the final counts of choreography. The 47-year-old singer remains there for several seconds before two glittery, orange-suited backup dancers pull her to her feet as she appears to grimace.  

     

    Omg😱 Oh the pain😨 @jlo

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    The "All I Have" production is the Latina superstar’s first ever headlining residency in the City of Lights, held exclusively in the Axis Theater at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The show boasts performances of “explosive dance numbers to raw, personal moments.”

    The "Jenny from the Block" singer is now a judge on NBC’s newest show, "World of Dance," which invites dancers from across the globe to show off their moves in front of expert judges including Ne-Yo and Derek Hough.