Jennifer Lopez finally took a moment to reflect on her rocky love life. She just happened to do it in front of thousands of screaming fans.
During a performance at the Mohegan Sun's 15th anniversary celebration this weekend, the 42-year-old singer and "American Idol" judge introduced her song "If You Had My Love" with a heartfelt sentiment.
"I'm going to sing you the last song I wrote about love," said Lopez. "A lot has changed since then."
She followed up the song with "Until It Beats No More," and Lopez was joined onstage by dancers who looked suspiciously like former flames P. Diddy, Cris Judd, and Ben Affleck.
When the dust settled, Lopez told the sold-out crowd, "I took a trip down memory lane." She then began tearing up as the crowd applauded.
Lopez then composed herself, saying, "There's love, and then there's love" as photos of her twin children flashed on a screen above her.
Since splitting with husband Marc Anthony, Lopez's love life has been a hot topic. Most recently, she has been linked with "The Hangover" star Bradley Cooper.