These 25 Photos Prove That Jennifer Lopez Is The Product Placement Queen

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Jennifer Lopez is one of the most recognizable faces, names, and voices in the music business. She has been slaying in the studio since she walked off the set of “Selena” and she has made a lot of money doing it. One of the best ways for musicians to make money is by having products all throughout the music video. It isn’t like they get paid to make the music video. These things cost a lot of money so anything that can make money is likely going to make the cut. Here are 25 instances when Jennifer Lopez proved to be the product placement queen.

1. Body Lab

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The health and fitness brand is created by women, for women. JLo is more than just a housewife fixing a shake with the product in the music video, she is also part of the Body Lab family.

2. Degree Deodorant

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JLo spends so much of her time in music videos dancing and running. There’s no wonder she would promote a deodorant. There’s no doubt that this is how she keeps herself smelling fresh.

3. Lavazza Coffee

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How else will this woman stay awake and engaged in her projects? JLo seems to never have any down time between her shows and music.

4. Remy Martin

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Nothing like getting the party started on the right foot. This Remy Martin cameo is just a taste of the pool party culture that JLo is known to give.


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She can’t even walk down the street without a product placement making an appearance. Can’t the woman just have a leisurely stroll in peace?

6. Versace

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JLo is so powerful that even when she is in someone else’s music videos they too get hit with product placements. Prince Royce did stand a chance.

7. Xtava

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JLo starts her “Ain’t Your Mama” video stuck in the rain. As a reporter about to get on the air, she had to dry off. Thankfully a Xtava hair dryer was ready to go.

8. Nokia

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We spend so much time on out phones so, of course, JLo would too. It was super casual the way she happened to get the front of her phone on camera.

9. Blackberry

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Someone as important as JLo is destined to have more than one mobile device.That’s exactly what you notice if you watch her music videos.

10. Sprint Guy

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When a product is too easy, always go for a person. That’s what “Ni Tú Ni Yo” taught us. How dope would it be to have the “Can You Hear Me Now” guy at your party.

11. Ice Watch

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If this looks kind of familiar, you aren’t wrong. The photo of JLo and her Nokia is literally just half a second after she checks her Ice Watch in “Live It Up” with Pitbull.

12. Swarovski Sunglasses

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Any of the Swaovski sunglasses will easily set up back $100. It’s not that that’s a lot of money, I am just surprised JLo doesn’t show off her better sunglasses.

13. Peuterey Raincoat

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It is always nice to have your raincoat when you get caught in a rainstorm. It’s even better when you don’t pay for it and it happens to be a $500 raincoat.

14. BMW

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Getting dropped off in style is one of JLo’s many talents. How else do you expect her to get to the club on time to oversee her minions.

15. Blackberry (Again)

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She sure does love to show Blackberry some love. While most of the country forgot that Blackberry exists, JLo definitely has a soft spot for the electronic device.

16. Sprint (iPhone)

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What is it with JLo and her constant rotation of different phones? Also, how is the company Sprint calling JLo and why does she have their number and a photo saved?

17. Hennessy

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Living the high life is something that JLo knows all about. Of course she and all of her friends are going to be celebrating with bottles of Hennessy.

18. Friendable

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You thought this was fake, didn’t you? Well, you’d be wrong. This app does exist and it is a way for people to meet other people or groups of people in a strictly platonic setting.

19. Fiat

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The music vide for “Papi” is basically just one long Fiat commercial. Seriously. How many other music videos have you seen where the artist spends the entire time behind the wheel of a car showing off how great the car maneuvers?

20. Beats

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This might be the first music related product placement we have come across yet. How did it take so long? We may never know.

21. Bravo Floor Cleaner

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The jury is still out on whether or not this one even exists. It was a floor cleaner that many people used in the ’70s.

22. Beluga Vodka

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JLo might give other alcohols love and attention but Beluga is her favorite. Just watch her music videos and you will see the different lines of Beluga vodka.

23. Crown Royal Black

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See. She does give other bottles of booze attention and love. This is also probably the most obvious product placement made by the pop star.

24. Planet Love Match

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You know, because not everyone uses Plenty of Fish or Tinder. For those people, JLo is using her star power to move them to Planet Love Match.

25. Swarovski Earrings

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If there is one thing we know about JLo is that she loves Swarovski. She uses thousands of their crystals in her Vegas show from the props to her own outfits.

Bolivia Is One Of The Most Underrated Countries In Latin America And These Things To Do Prove It


Bolivia Is One Of The Most Underrated Countries In Latin America And These Things To Do Prove It

The landlocked country of western-central South America has gained a reputation for a few things. It has one of the worlds biggest tributes to Jesus, great food and strong historical ties to the Incan Empire. But did you know that it has some of the most fascinating deserts, markets, and churches in the world? Take a look at this list of 23 of the most incredible attractions to see in Bolivia and we’ll bet it’ll change your mind about that trip to Australia this summer.

1. Bolivian Salt Flat

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Pure salt stretches far across Bolivia in the 3,800 square-smile regions of the country’s southwest. Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat contains endless sheets of hexagonal tiles and salt pyramids.

2. The Witches Market

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The country’s popular tourist destination has witches in dark hats selling dead animals for good luck. It’s located on Calle Jiminez and Linares.

3. Horca del Inca

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When Spaniards invaded Latina America in the 16th century they battered nearly everything they could find insight and renamed figures that held massive cultural significance. Horca del Inca, which means Gallows of the Inca, is a great example of this. The Horca is actually not a gallows but was originally pre-Incan astronomical observatory and gave the Chiripa people who created it a cahnce to study astronomy.

4. Salvador Dalí Desert

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There’s no way any one who goes to this desert will ever consider it to be anything BUT surreal. It’s wind-swept lands will give you all types of Dalí vibes.

5.Museo de la Coca

This museum is dedicated to the sacred leaf of the Andes. The museum does its best to put an end to the bad name that the coca leaf has developed and educate patrons on the history of the leaf long before it became know for producing cocaine.

6. Cementerio General

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La Paz’s massive cemetery is almost the size of a city in itself and features the deceased stored away in rows of buildings that resemble apartments.

7. Sajama Lines

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These mysterious geoglyphs stretch miles and miles acrossthe Bolivian desert. You can find them near Bolivia’s highest point: Nevado Sajama volcano.

8. Cholita Wrestling

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Tough chicas in traditional petticoats and frills take on the parts of fierty luchadores of La Paz in this arena.

9. Potosí Silver Mines

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The capital of the Bolivian state sits at a height of 4,000 meters is one of the hightest cities in the world. 

10. San Pedro Prison

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Bolivia’s largest mega prison acts like a city much more than prison in some ways. The well-known Bolivian correctional facility allows wives and children to live with imprisoned relatives as they ride out their sentences. Prisoners pay for their own cells that look like small apartments.

11. La Paz Cebritas

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In La Paz, Bolivia traffic is no joke. There’s a  huge problem and most of it starts with the fact that people use traffic lights as a suggestion rather than a demand. Thanks to a group of plush wearing zebras the number of traffic incidents in the city has steadily decreased.

12. Carnival de Oruro

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This religious festival dates back to over 200 years and takes place in Oruro, Bolivia. The indigenous festival incorporates a Christian ritual around the Virgin of Candelaria and takes place on March 2nd.

13. Alasitas Festival

During this Bolivian festival, patrons wish for whatever they want a by buying miniature versions of their desires.  In the image above, a miniature mustachioed ceramic figurine, called Ekeko, represents the South American God of good fortune.

14. Mi Teleférico

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Tinku, a Bolivian Aymara tradition, has origins in a tradition that goes back to the days of the Spanish Conquistadors. It takes place each year in May when farming communities of the region take part in bloody hand to hand combat.

15. Tinku

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A giant, bloody battle rages throughout the Bolivian Andes each year.Great Train Graveyard. In the Bolivian Aymara tradition, tinku has its origins in a ritualistic form of combat dating back to the time of the Spanish Conquistadors, who arrived in the region of Potosí and enslaved the indigenous population. Not one to give up dancing in the face of oppression, since that day tinku has proved the cathartic exercise of choice for the Aymara and Quechua peoples.

16. Mission Church of San Xavier

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This  18th-century church is one of Bolivia’s few surviving Jesuit missions. Visitors of the church are immediately welcomed by bright colors and patterns.

17. Cristo de la Concordia

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This famous giant Christ figure was inspired by a visit from Pope John Paul II. Construction on it started in 1987 and ended in 1944. For a while, it held the title of “World’s Largest Christ Statue.”

18. Great Train Graveyard

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Bolivia’s train cemetery lies on the outskirts of a desert trading village located on the Andean plain. The region is so massive and populated by so many locomotives you might start to wonder if all of the trains in South America were moved here.

19. Valle de La Luna

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There’s no view like one at the “Valley of the Moon” where a carpet of monoliths rise up from the Bolivian desert. The area is said to be named by Neil Armstrong and look about as close to the moon as a place on earth can get.

20. Dinosaur Dance Floor

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Forget what you’ve heard about the dinosaurs. The moment you come to the largest site of dinosaur footprints on earth, which includes over 5,000 tracks, you’ll feel transported to an era where the oldest giants really did exist.

21. Laguna Colorada

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This lake located 4,000 meters above sea level is a home to rare flamingos. And that’s no filter on the picture above, the colors of the region stand out immediately because the lake is tinged with red algea.

22. North Yungas Road

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The “Death Road” of Bolivia has been the location of various accidents and included on the planets list of most dangerous routes. The road was built in the 190s by prisoners from Paraguay.

23. Valle de las Animas

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These needle-like rock formations were formed out of mudrock and erosion over a series of hundreds of years. Bolivia’s highest mountain, Illimani, towers in the background at 15,000 feet.

24. Palacio de Sal

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This famous and beautiful hotel is located right on the edge of the salt flats. Perhaps its most intersting quality is the fact that it is built with materials only made from around it.

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