Jimmie Allen and Jennifer Lopez are the strong couples we didn’t know we needed! The country music star announced on Instagram that she will be collaborating with JLo on a remix of her single “On My Way”, which will be released on Friday.
Allen captioned what appears to be the cover of the upcoming single, “@jlo X Jimmie Allen 5-27-2022 #tulipdrive”.
Lopez is dressed in a head-to-toe leopard, while Jimmie Allen wears a leopard-print black leather jacket and distinctive cowboy hat in the artwork. The title of the song, “On My Way,” appears with the names of the artists below it.
The collaboration represents a complete looping moment for Allen, who rose to prominence after appearing on American Idol, where Lopez was a judge.
jimmy Allen reappeared on the show as a mentor
Jimmie Allen talked about his time on the long-running song contest series and his advice to the season 20 contestants.
“You know what I mean. It’s a learning experience. Allen said, “Take advantage of this opportunity. “You were given this platform, watched by millions of people, and they made it to the top 24. So they actually managed to perform live, so it’s not really about impressing me, or even the jury. It’s about gradually gaining fans with every performance you have. getting to know you as a person, but as an artist through your performance.”
His advice to singers looking to quit the show and achieve mainstream success like the “Down Home” singer? Have a plan.
Future plans and work for Jimmie Allen
Jimmie Allen told Taste of Country Nights host Evan Paul earlier this year that he has a few projects for this year. While he didn’t specifically mention collaborations, it was a safe bet after Brad Paisley’s “Freedom Was a Highway” topped the charts. Allen also mentioned that several shows, books, and possibly even a WWE appearance are in the works.
Allen had a busy year beginning with appearing alongside Luke Bryan in Crash My Play in 2022. He also hosted the 55th Annual ACM Awards with Dolly Parton and Gabby Barrett and mentored American Idol Season 20. .
The “Make Me Want To” singer will be performing a few shows this summer before joining Carrie Underwood on the road this fall. Allen will provide direct support for the Underwood’s Denim & Rhinestones Tour, which begins October 15 and runs until March 17, 2023.