$100 million-plus: Through the Sept. 22 show, All I Have has grossed $97.5 million. Billboard estimates the full run of shows will pass the $100 million mark.
100-plus: Fans from more than 100 countries traveled to Las Vegas to see Lopez in all her triple-threat glory.
1,000-plus: The total number of wardrobe changes that Lopez made throughout her stay in Vegas. The slew of outfits she sported during her shows included more than 6,000 sequins, 300,000 Swarovski crystals, and 12,000 feathers.
120: The total number of knee-slides baked into Lopez’s demanding choreography. It’s also the number of Yankees hats thrown into the crowd and rides on the 6. (In each show, she does a jaw-dropping knee-slide, throws a cap into the audience -- which is always returned -- and emerges onto the stage via a replica 6 New York subway train.)
200-plus: Since opening in January 2016, more than 200 celebrities have sang and danced along to All I Have. Among them, Alex Rodriguez, Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian West, Kerry Washington, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas, Drake, Ellen DeGeneres, Smokey Robinson, Marc Anthony, Heidi Klum, Laverne Cox, Kevin Hart, Drew Barrymore and many, many more.
Not only has Lopez hosted many famous guests, she collaborated with some onstage during the run, including Ja Rule, Ne-Yo and Pitbull.
1: The number of tons of confetti used.
It’s also the number of onstage proposals. Lopez helped backup dancer Lake Smits propose to fellow dancer Tera Perez in front of thousands of fans. She said yes!
5,000: The number of fans Lopez met backstage during the All I Have run. In addition to a photo with Ms. Lopez, each fan gets the opportunity to take photos onstage with some of the set pieces.
1,200: The total number (at least) of booty shakes.
4: The number of No. 1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 that Lopez performed each night. At every show, Lopez sang “If You Had My Love,” “I’m Real,” “Ain’t It Funny” and the show’s titular “All I Have.” This is in addition to fan favorites, such as “Waiting for Tonight,” “On the Floor,” and “Love Don’t Cost a Thing.” The set list evolved over two and a half years of the show, adding new hits like “El Anillo,” “Dinero” and “Ain’t Your Mama.”