brightcove.createExperiences(); Jennifer Lopez is taking Las Vegas by storm.
The superstar kicked off her Las Vegas residency “All I Have” on Wednesday with 10 costume changes, hoverboards, show-stopping choreography and a slew of famous faces – both on stage and in the audience.
“It was spectacular,” the 46-year-old told PEOPLE after the show. “We wanted to create a really unique show that was really unique to Vegas that only I could do, and I really felt like we did that.”
PEOPLE’s Jess Cagle was in attendance at the show and he shared his own play-by-play of the event – which included a star-studded audience, like a dancing Derek Hough! Watch his rundown of the show below.
“I wasn’t nervous, per se,” Lopez said of the show. “It was more an excited, nervous type of thing, because I know what we’re going to do when we’re out there. We were so well-rehearsed that you kind of have to just let it go, but that’s just the entertainer in me, I guess.”
Never afraid of a little sparkle, Lopez donned multiple Swarovski crystal-covered outfit changes, including looks by Versace, Zuhair Murad and Michael Costello.
Including a modern twist, Lopez had her male dancers roll out on hoverboards for her 2001 hit “Love Don’t Cost a Thing.”
“I feel very lucky tonight,” Lopez told PEOPLE. “We’ve been working very hard so you can have a good time tonight.”
It seems Lopez wasn’t the only one captivating her fans that evening. Wilson and Kelly Osbourne had their sights set on another pop star: Bieber.
“This is HOW to pick up Justin Bieber at the J Lo concert with @kellyosbourne X,” Wilson captioned an Instagram photo of a handwritten note the pair seemingly wrote to the 21-year-old.
“Dear Justin my name is Kelly Osbourne and my name is Rebel Wilson We think you should take our Sexy Hot a—- out after the show (nothing weird)” the note included to boxes to check “yes” or “no.”
After the show, PEOPLE also caught up with Lopez s boyfriend Casper Smart, who called it “the best show not only in Vegas, but anywhere.”
Smart said his lady was raring to go Wednesday night.
“She’s a champ. It’s like, does Muhammad Ali get nervous before a fight? No, because you prep and prep and prep until you’re ready. She was clearly ready and she killed it.”