‘Shades Of Blue’
Who will put Harlee Santos’ (Jennifer Lopez) life at risk in “Shades of Blue” Season 3? NBC

Jennifer Lopez’s “Shades of Blue” character, Harlee Santos, will be in great danger in the upcoming episodes of the NBC series.

On Saturday, July 1, Lopez shared a photo of herself as Harlee. In the snap, Harlee is lying on a stretcher with blood all over her body. The lead character also has an IV attached to her right arm. She used the hashtag “multitasker” in her photo caption, perhaps referring to how she has been juggling multiple working engagements for the past couple of months.

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Over the weekend, Lopez also performed at the Fourth of July concert in New York City. Her boyfriend, Alex Rodriguez, kept her company throughout her entire gig. In fact, the couple was also spotted cozying up with each other backstage post-performance. While at Hunter’s Point South Park in the Big Apple, Lopez sang and peformed some of her hit songs. She also shared a video of herself teasing the crowd by twerking.

Meanwhile, Lopez is also busy with “World of Dance” Season 1. NBC just announced earlier this week that the reality TV dance competition has been renewed for a second season. Aside from “Shades of Blue” and “World of Dance,” Lopez has been performing her “All I Have” shows in Las Vegas. Additionally, she is spending a lot of time with her 9-year-old twins, Max and Emme, as well as Rodriguez’s two daughters, Tashi and Ella.

Lopez and Rodriguez’s relationship is also going strong. During a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, the former MLB player could not seem to stop gushing over his girlfriend. “Jennifer is one of the most brilliant business minds that I’ve ever met. She’s the hardest working lady… I grew up with a single mother. I have two daughters. I am a big, big promoter of women equality,” he said.

Rodriguez also told Jimmy Fallon during an interview on “The Tonight Show” recently that he has been mistaken as Lopez’s security. But instead of feeling offended, Rodriguez said that such instances made him feel humble. “This is like one of the most humbling experiences of my life,” he said.