TMZ reports that Jennifer Lopez is in "the final stages" of locking in a big money deal to perform in Las Vegas

Is Jennifer Lopez considering a Las Vegas residency? (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images for Variety)

Jennifer Lopez could rake in millions with a steady gig in Vegas. The singer is in talks to stage a 72-show run at The Axis theatre in the Planet Hollywood Casino and Resort, where Britney Spears also performs.

Lopez has been offered $350,000 for each performance, which will take place three times a week for 24 weeks over a one or two year period, according to a contract obtained by TMZ.com.

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According to TMZ, Jennifer Lopez is being offered a whopping $350,000 per show at The Axis, Planet Hollywood, the same place Britney is performing. (Photo by Kamal Sellehuddin/Getty Images)

If J.Lo does sign the deal, she will be earning more per show than Britney, who makes $310,000 every time she hits the stage. However, the American Idol judge will ultimately take home less than the pop star, as she’ll put on fewer shows in that time frame.

Neither of them would top Celine Dion’s residency though, who, for 70 shows a year, the singer reportedly earns $33.3 million.

The Latina has already been soaking up the scene. She and her manager Benny Medina were spotted at Shania Twain’s show at Caesars Palace on Friday, reports the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Though there’s no word yet from J.Lo herself, it wouldn’t be a surprise if the deal went through, as it was recently reported that Jennifer has purchased a luxury penthouse in Madison Square Park, New York, which costs around $22 million.

Lopez is currently promoting her 10th album “A.K.A.” and she will return as a judge for the 14th season of “American Idol,” premiering January 14 on Fox.

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