Her love don't cost a thing, but tickets to Jennifer Lopez's Super Bowl Eve concert in Minneapolis sure will.
AT&T confirmed on Monday that J.Lo will headline the "DirecTV Now Super Saturday Night" concert downtown on Feb. 3.
For the past 13 years, a big musical act has performed in the Super Bowl host city the night before the big game in what has been dubbed "Super Saturday Night."
Last Super Bowl Eve it was Taylor Swift in Houston, but for SB52 it's Lopez at "Club Nomadic at the Armory."
The Armory is one of two locations being taken over by the Nomadic Group, the traveling nightclub which is also setting up "Club Nomadic at Mystic Lake."
Lopez is the first act announced for the Armory, with the Chainsmokers and Florida Georgia Line confirmed for Mystic Lake.
J.Lo's show will be broadcast live on the AT&T Audience Network, and a limited number of tickets will be made available for the public.
But considering tickets to Florida Georgia Line and the Chainsmokers start at $200 and rise to $1,500, don't expect it to be cheap.
On the upside, you'll probably brush shoulders with other celebrities, with Forbes ranking the Super Saturday Night concert as one of the most celeb-heavy parties on Super Bowl week.