Steven Tyler, Randy Jackson and Ryan Seacrest or "the men of 'American Idol'" visited "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and told the host about Jennifer Lopez's recent shock.
"We flew back from Vegas last night, we were shooting an episode there of 'Idol,'" Seacrest recalled. "At the end of a final performance from a contestant, I heard this scream from Jennifer Lopez and I looked up and she was standing over the Le Rêve pool. It's a water show, so she's standing over the edge and screaming, looking down at a naked body in the water!"
The "naked body" was revealed to be fellow "Idol" host, Aerosmith rocker Steven Tyler, who was mimicking the underwater dancers in "Le Rêve - The Dream," which is the in-house show at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort.
"Hey, I'm from Boston!" Tyler said. "Well, I sat at La Rêve all week and I just thought, I've watched the show all week and I'm a water guy and... I just wanted a good excuse to take my clothes off in front of J.Lo. I wanted her to see what she was missing."
"When Jennifer announced that she was single, strange things started happening on the set," Jackson joked. "The thing is, she flirts with me more and I say, 'I get it, but not here.'"
"I live to try to make her blush," Tyler added.
Lopez and her husband of seven years Marc Anthony announced in July that they were breaking up, but they did not specify a reason for the split. The two married in June 2004 and their twin son and daughter, Max and Emme, were born in February 2008.
The former couple's new reality talent show, "Q'Viva: The Chosen" is set to premiere on January 28 on Univision. An English version of the show is set to air on Fox later this year.
Lopez is reportedly dating Casper Smart, a 24-year-old back up dancer who performed with her at the American Music Awards.
Lopez is not breaking Tyler's hear though, as the 63-year-old singer revealed earlier in the month that he was engaged to his girlfriend Erin Brady, 38. The two have been dating for five years.
The 11th season of the hit singing contest series premiered last week. Pre-taped, preliminary tryouts are being shown ahead of the live shows, which will air in several weeks. The finalists have already been chosen but have not been revealed.
The first episode of the current season of "American Idol" was watched by 21.6 million viewers and earned a 7.2 rating among adults aged 18 to 49, marking the lowest ratings given for an "American Idol" premiere since its debut episode in 2002. Last Sunday's special episode, which aired after the NFL's NFC Championship game, earned a 7.9 rating and was watched by 19.8 million viewers.
Watch the "men of 'American Idol'" on "The Tonight Show" below.