American Idol Season 15 Sneak Peek: J.Lo Stretches Her Judging Muscles

Jennifer Lopez is tired of sitting at the American Idol judges’ table — emphasis on sitting.

In this exclusive sneak-peek video at the Fox reality granddaddy’s 15th and final season, J.Lo lounges across the table as fellow panelists Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr. respectively cozy up on the floor and in a corner.

We also get to hear a little bit about why J.Lo, Keith and Harry love their jobs — and more importantly, get some brief glimpses of a number of Season 15 Golden Ticket recipients.

Press PLAY above for the whole kit and kaboodle, then hit the comments and share your anticipation for Idol‘s return.

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. Timmah says:

    A preview without a single note of someone singing. Tells you everything you need to know about why this show is failing.

    • Matt says:

      I’m sure Jlo will dance & lip sync to. A single at some point in the season along with promoting her new copy show on another network.. You thought this was a singing show? Lol

      • Timmah says:

        After the hundreds of closeups of JLo’s reactions over the last couple of seasons, I’m under no illusions that this show is about anything anymore other than promoting the judges (and Ford products). The contestants are just a nuisance to them at this point.

      • Chris says:

        Don’t you mean too not to? And copy show means what… Anyway to the point jlo rarely lip syncs listen and compare original and live performances