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Jennifer Lopez Cancels Multiple Dates on ‘This Is Me… Now’ Tour Amid Weak Ticket Sales

Jennifer Lopez has canceled seven dates of her first North American tour in five years without explanation, in support of her new album “This Is Me… Now” and its pair of companion films.

Fans noticed that Ticketmaster quietly added cancellation notices to the Nashville, Raleigh, NC, Atlanta, Tampa, Fla., and New Orleans listings for the “This Is Me…Now” trek earlier this week.

Even more curiously, previously announced shows in Cleveland and Houston were wiped from the company’s website entirely.

The seven dates had been scheduled for Aug. 20 through Aug. 31. The tour is now set to end in New York City on Aug. 17.

A message on Ticketmaster’s site blamed “the event organizer” for the cancellations but did not offer further information aside from refund details for ticketholders.

However, Page Six is told there was a logistical issue through the promoter and there is potential for the affected concerts to be rescheduled.

Lopez, 54, has yet to address the news on social media.

Reps for Live Nation did not immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.

The tour update comes after the “Let’s Get Loud” singer’s new album, also titled “This Is Me…Now,” flopped on the Billboard 200 chart by debuting at No. 38 last month.

Page Six reviewed the 13-track record as “uninspired,” opining that Lopez is “bogged down in her glory days” as she sings about her on-again relationship with her husband, Ben Affleck, whom she first dated in the early 2000s before eloping in Las Vegas in 2022.

In addition to the album, J.Lo released a star-studded musical film, “This Is Me…Now: A Love Story,” and a documentary, “The Greatest Love Story Never Told.”

“This Is Me…Now” is Lopez’s first studio album in a decade.

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