Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez has been able to locate her missing relatives in Puerto Rico.
After six days of worrying about her family in Hurricane Maria-devastated Puerto Rico, the "On the floor" singer shared a video of finding the last of her relatives to her Instagram on Wednesday, reports people.com.
"After a long six days we found the last of the family!" Lopez, 48, wrote in the caption.
"Now the rebuilding begins!"
Her relatives - the aunt and uncle of Lopez's cousin and assistant Tiana Rios - spoke candidly about Lopez's generosity.
"I'll never forget how good she was with us, especially my brother," Tomas Rios said about Lopez.
"And I remember her since she was a little girl with a lot of love and affection," Adela Rios, his wife, added.
"I've always loved her, although I haven't always had the opportunity to show her because we're so far away, but I've always loved her and remember her with much affection."
The millions of US citizens on the island are struggling to cope with increasingly desperate conditions after Hurricane Maria devastated the US territory.
Electricity, clean water, food, medicine and cell phone service are all still in very short supply a week after the hurricane hit.