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Jennifer Lopez Slow Dances With ‘American Idol’ Contestant as He Serenades Her [VIDEO]

Ladies, if you didn’t want to be Jennifer Lopez before, you’ll definitely want to be now.

The ‘American Idol‘ judge was quite literally swept off her feet by a Season 14 contestant who asked to slow dance with her after his audition. While J. Lo was a little hesitant at first (she was wearing some killer heels, after all!) she conceded as soon as her fellow judges Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr. agreed to jump in on the accompaniment.

The ‘First Love’ singer wrapped her arms around the contestant’s neck as he gorgeously crooned Sam Smith‘s ‘Stay With Me,’ which also happened to be his audition song. (You can see why the judges said yes!) Only this time, Urban chimed in with a little bit of his vocals, harmonizing beautifully. As Lopez and the contestant slowly danced, J. Lo looked very at peace, closing her eyes and smiling as she rested her head on his shoulder.

“This is so sweet,” she gushed at the end of the dance. “This is the most fun I’ve had in months.”

Watch the swoon-worthy video above.

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