The singer's rep denied rumors that the pregnancy isn't going well
Jennifer Lopez

Even before Jennifer López announced she was expecting, her fans were worried about the health risks that could come with being a pregnant woman on tour. The mom-to-be even had to cancel her last concert, which was scheduled for Oct. 24 in San Diego, CA.

But the singer has assured that she and the baby are doing just fine. “Despite erroneous reports of Jennifer López having difficulties with her pregnancy, we are happy to confirm she is very healthy and continuing with her schedule as planned,” her representative told PEOPLE.

On Nov. 7, López, 38, told a crowd of 10,000 during the last concert of her El Cantante Tour that she and husband Marc Anthony, 39, will soon be parents. “Marc and I are expecting,” the singer finally confirmed.