Jennifer Lopez refuses to let the New York blackout ruin her 50th birthday celebrations with fans in her hometown, and has already rescheduled MSG's discarded Saturday program for Monday.
The Bronx-born star had posted video messages claiming she was "devastated and heartbroken" by the blackout, forcing her to finish Saturday's show shortly after she took the stage at Madison Square Garden.
But only a few hours later, he posted another video that says MSG was "working feverishly" to let her play on Monday night, instead, with JLo also reorganizing the program of his tour "It's My Party" to Let this happen.
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"We'll take more than a city-wide blackout to shut up!" He wrote next to the video ad for the hastily reprogrammed performance, part of the 50th anniversary tour on July 24.
"We will have the most incredible celebration of all," the singer promised, laughing and saying: "There are no blackouts this time!"
MSG confirmed the concert on Monday and said that the original tickets for Saturday's show will be honored for the new show that will begin at 8 p.m.
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The initial video of the star's backstage, which apologized for having to terminate the program ahead of time, was interrupted by security messages in the AP system that called for a complete evacuation of the site.
"I love you, I'm very sorry that this happened in the middle of our special moment," he told fans at the time.
"You are going to get the value of your money and we are going to come back and do an incredible show," he promised.
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