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Jennifer Lopez Releases A New Low-Cost ‘Love Don’t Cost A Thing’ Clip On 20th Anniversary Of Her Second Album, ‘J.Lo’

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The triple threat entertainer, Jennifer Lopez went to her verified Instagram account on January 23 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her 2nd studio album, ‘J.Lo.’

To mark the day, Lopez, who has been marked as one of the most powerful celebrities, shared Instagram posts respectively; the ‘Ain’t It Funny‘ hitmaker, first announced her album’s 20th release anniversary by posting a video of herself that sees her stripping while walking along the seaside and singing her song ‘Love Don’t Cost A Thing‘ at the same time. As can be remembered, in the original music video for the said song, JLo is seen in the same way; singing her song, dancing in a bikini as wandering around the seaside.

Alongside the 2021 version ‘Love Don’t Cost A Thing’ music video that was taken with a smartphone, Lopez celebrated the day with the following message:

Happy 20th Anniversary to my 2nd album J.Lo!!!! Had a little fun at a recent shoot 😎”

Then the ‘On the Floor‘ singer went on saying on another post which includes her two shots captured on the same day. Lopez captioned the photos that see her in a t-shirt which her name and photo on it, as follows:

“As I reflect on the fact that it’s the #JLo20thAnniversary, I just wanted to say thank you to all of you for being with me, loving me, and supporting me through all the ups and downs.”

JLo concluded her words by thanking her fans and followers for all the love over the past 20 years. Following the post, a great number of Instagram users flooded the comment section to express that she is aging backward.

As fans might remember, her second album, which became a popular icon over the years with the songs and its cover photo, was first released on January 16, 2021, through Epic Records.

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