Still licking her wounds following devastating career setbacks, Jennifer Lopez is desperately trying to turn over a new leaf and become humbler for the sake of her marriage and her bank balance, a new report claimed.

The 54-year-old “Let’s Get Loud” songstress allegedly got a stinging dose of reality when her “This Is Me … Now” album flopped, debuting at No. 38 on Billboard before getting knocked off the chart entirely.

Her related documentary about her love affair with now-hubby Ben Affleck was also panned by viewers and critics, and ticket sales for her tour have been disappointing.

“It’s been humbling for Jennifer especially as she financed the $20 million multimedia project herself. And she still has to go out and do the tour,” an unnamed source told Globe Magazine.

“It’s been years since she’s performed 'Jenny from the Block' in front of paying audiences and now she has to sing it every single night of her rebranded ‘greatest hits’ tour,” the insider went on.

However, informants suggested that the flops have had a beneficial effect to Jennifer.

“This has humanized her, at least around the people who have known her for years. Jennifer’s all about self-improvement, getting better at her job each and every day, and minding the details like a perfectionist. But this time Jennifer found she can’t do everything she sets her mind to,” the tipster stated.

The mole also claimed that Jennifer’s world-class failure has made her "a better person and wife" to Ben, 51.

“She’s not harping on him like she used to and is treating him with a lot more respect. After all, he’s won two Academy Awards. Jennifer has none,” the tattler suggested.

“You’re going to see a new woman come out of this mess, that’s for sure. Life isn’t a fairy tale. If you lose a shoe at midnight, you’re drunk,” it furthered.

Business Times has reached out to Jennifer Lopez for comments.

Meanwhile, Jennifer claimed to be in the finest "shape" she has "ever been.” The 54-year-old wife of Ben opened out about a recent film that helped her get into "fighting shape.”

“I just finished a movie called Kiss of the Spider Woman, where it was all singing and dancing, which was equal parts exhilarating and exhausting as well. Now, I’m ready to go. I’m the thinnest I’ve ever been. I’m in fighting shape right now,” Jennifer told Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos on “Live with Kelly and Mark.”

The film is based on Manuel Puig's 1976 novel of the same name, which follows an Argentine revolutionary cellmate and a gay window dresser who tells stories about a fictitious actress named Aurora while imprisoned.

William Hurt won the Oscar for Best Actor in the 1985 film adaptation of the musical, which also received seven Tony Awards for its Broadway production.

The Grammy winner also mentioned that the singing and dancing in her stage presentation is a terrific workout for the body.

“It's moving your body, constantly moving your body, it's traveling, it's doing two hours of exertion every night... it's a time when I get, like, in a really good kind of healthy shape,” Jennifer said.