She's a multi-platinum selling artists who regularly performs for fans all over the world.
And now it has been reported that Jennifer Lopez was paid a whopping $2 Million, plus another $1 Million for expenses, for a 20 minute set and a question-and-answer session at the opening of Doha Festival City Mall in Qatar last week.
According to TMZ JLo, 49, earned the eye-watering amount of money by talking with the eager crowd about women's rights, before posing for photographs with her adoring fans.
And if a couple of million wasn't enough, next week, the superstar is reportedly set to earn $1.2 Million for another 20-minute set.
On invitations, Qatar Airways have named JLo as the headliner for their upcoming party at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.
However, according to TMZ sources, the $1.2 mil fee is Qatar's offer, but is still under negotiation, and as the airline may have lost its leverage by sending out invites, the amount could well increase .
While raking in the cash with quick gigs in Qatar, Jennifer is also currently promoting her upcoming film Second Act.
The film sees Lopez play Maya, a woman stuck in a low-paying job, who gets a chance to fulfill her career ambitions.
When a private finance firm is misled into believing that she's an accomplished consultant, they hire her to handle a major business deal.
The flick, which also stars Vanessa Hudgens, is set for release on December 21.
Meanwhile Jennifer continues to dominate on the small screen, releasing yet another sensational music video just last week for Te Guste.
A collaboration with Bad Bunny, the mom-of-two shows off her sensational figure in a tiny yellow bikini.
The Bronx native juggles it all: she sang in Las Vegas, acted on TV with Shades Of Blue and in movies like the new Second Act.
She has a competition show on the air, World Of Dance, and she also has endorsements and fragrances.
In the December issue of InStyle, Jennifer said it's natural for her to balance so much at once.
'I don't understand why you can't be an actress and a singer and dancer as well,' said the mother of two.
'Like, that's how this whole business started. Entertainment! And why can't you be funny and also be a dramatic actress? OK, some people can't do both. But if they can, let them!'