J. Lo Prepping Live DVD, Remix Album

Epic is readying a Jennifer Lopez live DVD and a remix album for release in the coming months. "Jennifer Lopez: Live in Puerto Rico" comprises Lopez's first-ever concert performance, held in San Juan

Epic is readying a Jennifer Lopez live DVD and a remix album for release in the coming months. "Jennifer Lopez: Live in Puerto Rico" comprises Lopez's first-ever concert performance, held in San Juan last September. The 80-minute show was edited down for a one-hour special broadcast in November on NBC, but the DVD, due sometime in February, will include the full concert plus a 20-minute behind-the-scenes documentary.

The show featured such hits as "I'm Real" and "Love Don't Cost a Thing" as well as Lopez's rendition of the Selena track "I Could Fall in Love." Lopez starred as the late Latin pop star in the 1997 film "Selena."

At deadline, details for the remix album were scant, but a label spokesperson confirms the set will feature remixes of "I'm Real" and "Ain't It Funny," both of which feature Ja Rule. The former track spent five weeks at No. 1 on The Billboard Hot 100 last fall. A remix of "Love Don't Cost a Thing" and Rodney Jerkins' remix of "If You Had My Love" will also be included.

Lopez's 2001 album "J. Lo" finished No. 22 on the year-end edition of The Billboard 200. The "I'm Real" remix ended up as the No. 5 track on the year-end edition of The Billboard Hot 100.