In the last year, Jennifer Lopez has traveled throughout Latin America to search out undiscovered talent for her Latin talent show Q’Viva! The Chosen… And, now it looks like she’ll be globe-trotting again in the near future.
The 42-year-old Puerto Rican singer/actress—who has recently released two singles: “Dance Again” with Pitbull and “Follow the Leader” with Wisin y Yandel—will launch an intense, over-the-top world tour later this year, according to entertainment website Celebuzz.
“This will be a huge tour, complete with a lavish set, full band and team of dancers,” said an unidentified source close to the singer.
Lopez—who will reportedly debut the massive traveling production in South America starting in June with stops in Venezuela, Chile, Argentina and Brazil—is scheduled to announce complete details of the tour at a press conference on Monday, according to the source.
“J.Lo and her team have blocked out more than a month of their schedules, beginning May 4, to start intense rehearsals, each day, at a sound stage in the Los Angeles area,” the source told CeleBuzz.
Lopez’s boyfriend, 24-year-old Casper Smart will also reportedly play a large role in the tour as the head choreographer, the source added.
Lopez’s tour will reportedly hits some 60-plus stops in South America, the United States, Europe and Asia. But no dates have been confirmed.