She may be the hardest working woman in show biz, but for now ‘Jenny From the Block’ can bid adieu to at least one task that’s blocked off her calendar for the last few years: the ‘All I Have’ Vegas residency.
Closing out the show last weekend after a nearly 3-year run, the Zappos Theater stint not only set a critical and showmanship standard for the Vegas Strip (already renown for courting some of music entertainment’s biggest stars), but now reports are indicating it’s set the standard for box office draws as well.
Snatching the title from fellow Vegas queen Britney Spears, find out just how much J.Lo’s overall Vegas showing earned:
According to the Las Vegas Review Journal:
Lopez’s finale was a box-office hit, generating $1.43 million in ticket revenue. If that seems like a lot for one show, it is.
According to Caesars Entertainment officials, the figure is a revenue record for a single-night residency in Las Vegas. Britney Spears previously held the single-night record with her $1.17 million take in her finale in the then-Axis Theater (now Zappos Theater) on New Year’s Eve.
As if that’s not enough:
Lopez also is reportedly the fastest performer to reach more than $100 million in ticket sales at the venue since it began its run of star residencies with Spears’ “Piece of Me” in December 2013.
The double wins were certainly more than enough reason to celebrate and that is exactly what J. Lo did at Mr. Chow at Caesars Palace over the weekend to commemorate the end of the residency. See video below courtesy of our friends at TSR: