jloAnother day, another way for Jennifer Lopez to rule the world. The Boricua pop star already has her plate full with her Las Vegas residency and her role on NBC's Shades of Blue. Well, J.Lo has another project she signed up for. Find out about her new dance competition series World of Dance and all of the times she has done television right. 

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'World Of Dance' 1

'World Of Dance'

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J.Lo signed on to executive produce the upcoming NBC talent competition. The winner will receive $1 million. The star hasn't confirmed whether she'll make an appearance on the show, but we certainly hope so! 

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'Shades of Blue' 2

'Shades of Blue'

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Lopez stars opposite Ray Liotta in the NBC drama series. She plays New York detective Harlee Santos and is pretty damn convincing. 

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'Dance Again' 3

'Dance Again'

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In 2015, HBO released Lopez's documentary following her through the success of her 2012 tour "Dance Again." In it, she talked about her struggle with moving on from her divorce with Marc Anthony. Her tears were real and the performances were epic. 

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'American Idol'

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J.Lo joined season 10 of American Idol, but left after two seasons. The show resurrected her career. She later returned for season 13 and bid farewell to the singing competition earlier this year. 

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'Q'Viva! The Chosen' 5

'Q'Viva! The Chosen'

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In 2012, J.Lo and ex-husband Marc Anthony starred in the reality show competition about seeking talent in Latin America and the Caribbean. Who can forget the moment Lopez did martial arts at a beach in Uruguay? It was amazing! 

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'Second Chances' 6

'Second Chances'

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In 1993, J.Lo played Melinda Lopez on the CBS drama. A year later, the series was canceled.

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'In Living Color' 7

'In Living Color'

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J.Lo got her big break as a Fly Girl on the comedy series, In Living Color. She was the only dancer we really ever paid attention to.