Jennifer Lopez In “DAMAGE CONTROL” After Ticket Sales for New Tour FLOP

Jennifer Lopez's career seems to be taking a nosedive  lately. Her latest movie, "This is Me...Now," which she poured millions of her own cash into, has turned  out to be a disaster, leaving her the subject of constant ridicule.

Adding salt to the wound, ticket sales for her concert  tour are abysmal, leading to cancellations in major cities like Detroit and Los Angeles. In an attempt to salvage the situation, Lopez is hastily rebranding the tour as a "Greatest Hits" show, hoping to drum up some  much-needed interest.

Overall, it's safe to say that Jennifer is facing some  serious challenges. With her personal fortune on the line, she might find herself right back  where she started – "on the block."

From OK! Magazine:

After the superstar, 54, canceled seven of her upcoming dates due to low ticket sales, Lopez and her team quietly rebranded the slew of North American shows from This Is Me… Now to This Is Me… Live | The Greatest Hits.

The "Get Right" singer's stops at the Palm Springs’ Acrisure Arena and Inglewood’s The Forum's websites reflect the change, as well as a sponsored Facebook ad from Lopez which shows a graphic with the new title. However Live Nation, who is producing the tour, has yet to update their website to the new title.

The Selena actress did not hold back when releasing the multimedia project, which included new music, a visual album and a documentary chronicling her love story with her husband, Ben Affleck. Despite her hard work, the album portion of the venture only sold 14,000 copies in its first week and only hit No. 38 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Lopez's project came under fire from the public and people close to her for oversharing the details of her relationship with the Boston native, 51, after they rekindled their early 2000s romance. "Getting back together, I said, 'Listen, one of the things I don't want is a relationship on social media,'" Affleck said in the Amazon film The Greatest Love Story Never Told.

"Then I sort of realized it’s not a fair thing to ask. It’s sort of like, you’re going to marry a boat captain and you go, ‘Well, I don’t like the water,'" he shockingly revealed about learning to live with his wife putting their personal life out there. "We’re just two people with different kinds of approaches trying to learn to compromise."

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