The superstar, who is dating Alex Rodriguez, chatted with the late night host about her fiery new song "El Anillo," which translates to "The Ring." The couple has been dating for over a year now, and the song may be a not-so-subtle hint to A-Rod that Lopez is ready to tie the knot. Lopez told Fallon, "The song is definitely about that, it is. But I felt like it's something that all women get to a point where they say, 'OK, what's up?'"
When Fallon said it took him three years to propose to his wife, Lopez responded, "I feel like you know fairly quickly. But don't go by me, I make tons of mistakes!"
Rodriguez will appear on Thursday night's episode of The Tonight Show, and knowing Fallon's mischievous nature, he will likely call him out on J.Lo's little confession and interrogate him.
Later on Wednesday's episode, Fallon and J.Lo had a hysterical dance-off where they fast-danced to super-slow hits from the 1970s. During "Fast Dance-Off," Questlove chose "Three Times a Lady" by Commodores and Richard Harris' "MacArthur Park" for Lopez. Fallon got down to "Babe" by Styx, and then they danced together to "Reunited" by Peaches & Herb.
Lopez has one more confession to Fallon: she said that Leslie Jones "took it to another level" when she visited her backstage after a J.Lo show and added, "I could just perform for her all night long."