Jennifer Lopez confessed that 'This Is Me… Now' could be her last album.

The 'On The Floor' hitmaker, 54, admitted that her new album – which is about her relationship with Hollywood actor husband Ben Affleck, 51, will be released on Friday (16/02/24) – feels like the “end of an era” and the “beginning of a new one”.

She told 'Entertainment Tonight': “We did a lot of different album covers.

“We try to do things that are very special for the fans and make collectors' items and things like that that they can have forever and ever. The truth is, I don't even know if I'll make another album after this one. the quintessential Jennifer Lopez J.Lo kind of project and I really feel very accomplished, so they're really going to be collectors' items at some point.”

Asked about it being her last studio collection, she said: “Don’t tell Benny [Medina, manager and collaborator] That's what I'm thinking – this could be my last album.”

She further explained, “I feel like it's the end of an era of sorts for me and the beginning of a new one, so I would never say never, but right now I feel like I've really put my heart and soul into this and I'm really excited and it's definitely taken a lot. of me.”

'This Is Me… Now' is a sequel to 2002's 'This Is Me… Then'.

However, the 'Marry Me' star's last studio album was 2014's 'AKA'.

Meanwhile, Jennifer recently dropped a big hint that she could be ready for her first global tour in 12 years.

The 'Jenny from the Block' singer and actress believes her upcoming album is “suitable” for a “live experience.”

She told Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1: “I kept telling my team, I was like, 'You guys have to understand, I'm going to play these songs. be on the floor. We need to dig. And they understood and gave it to me.

“I really want [tour]. I believe there is nothing better suited to being live and having a live experience than this record.

“I don’t have any sort of official ‘this is it now,’ but I’m really excited to get out there and play this music for sure.”

Jennifer's last major concert series was her 'It's My Party Tour' in 2019, when she played shows in the US, Canada, Israel, Russia, Turkey, Spain and Egypt.

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