J.Lo Has a Cinderella Moment on the Subway in a Stunning Baby Blue Ball Gown

She completed the look with thigh-high PVC stiletto boots.

As everyone prepares to bid 2020 farewell, Jennifer Lopez (opens in new tab) is in New York City where she's set to perform on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve.

Teasing what's bound to be an epic performance, J.Lo (opens in new tab) decided to take a trip on the New York Subway, wearing a baby blue, Cinderella-inspired ball gown, which she paired with a structured Balmain blazer (opens in new tab). She completed the dramatic outfit with thigh-high PVC boots, and copious jewels and necklaces. As per usual, Lopez looked flawless (opens in new tab).

She captioned snaps of her subway trip, "ONE DAY!!! I’ve got my eye on you @rockineve ✨🎉✨ Let’s go!!!! @jlobeauty #JLOBEAUTY #InTheMorning #OnThe6 @chrisappleton1 @robzangardi @marielhaenn @erierinailz 📸 @lacarba 🎥 @jasonbergh." J.Lo mentioned her debut album, On the 6, in the caption, as it references the 6 Train she used to take in the city.

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The Maid in Manhattan actress previously teased her performance by sharing a photo taken on a private jet as she traveled to New York. "New Year's #RockinEve here I come!! 🎉," she wrote on Instagram. "Text me at (305) 690-0379 which songs you want to hear on my setlist!!! 🎶 @RockinEve."

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In a new interview with Us Weekly (opens in new tab), J.Lo said, "I love New Year’s Eve because it’s a fresh start, a chance to wash away the past and welcome the new, full of hope and limitless possibilities." She continued, "This year, so many of us have learned that we need to take time out for ourselves and practice self-care, from our mental health to our physical."

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Amy Mackelden is a freelance writer, editor, and disability activist. Her bylines include Harper's BAZAAR, Nicki Swift, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, ELLE, The Independent, Bustle, Healthline, and HelloGiggles. She co-edited The Emma Press Anthology of Illness, and previously spent all of her money on Kylie Cosmetics.