After all, there’s a reason Lopez has titled the show, which opens Jan. 22, All I Have.
“It’s always been my approach to performing, to work, to everything I do in life: I give it all I have. That’s why it’s the name of my show,” she explained. “It’s a much more intimate experience, and it’s about real performers -- and not everybody can really do that.”
But the best part may be having her family, especially her mom, visit the American Idol judge while she temporarily calls Sin City home. “Even if she weren’t [a fan of gambling], she would still come and see me,” Lopez said of her mother.