We Ranked JLo’s Top 25 Music Videos And Here It Is

Jennifer Lopez has been rocking our headphones and dance floors since she dropped her first album in 1999 and she is not slowing down yet. Her music videos always outdo themselves and there are a lot of them. Here are her top 25 music videos of all time…so far.

25. “Do It Well”

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Not only is she an undercover and no nonsense police officer in this music video, she is also a dancing powerhouse. She even throws a couple well deserved punches and kicks as she follows through with her mission to do her job. There is just something about older JLo that is so nostalgic.

24. “Play”

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Oh, who doesn’t remember the time when pop was trying to tap into a futuristic feeling? JLo was not immune to this movement and “Play” is her attempt to predict the future of air travel. We’re still waiting for a plane with multiple dance floors and a club.

23. “First Love”

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Even in the middle of the desert in a house that is falling apart she still looks stunning. How does she do it? Maybe it’s because she is JLo and she stays keeping us guessing.

22. “Qué Hiciste”

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If the movie “Enough” taught us anything it was that JLo knows how to play a woman on the run. “Qué Hiciste” gives the singer another chance to play the woman trying to run from whatever it is she is running away from here. She even dyes her hair in a rest stop bathroom.

21. “Feel The Light”

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It’s not every day a singer can elevate a kid’s movie single in a music video yet, here we are. JLo recorded the song for “Home” and once the music video was done it was clear that she would take this song to new heights. Get it, JLo.

20. “Waiting For Tonight”

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You just started singing this song and dancing where you are standing, huh? This song was everywhere when it first came out and it is no surprise. Who can stand still while this bop starts to play? Plus, the music video has a killer laser light show so that’s always fun.

19. “Let’s Get Loud”

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A music video shot in a location is always a more intimate approach. JLo’s music video for “Let’s Get Loud” performed in a stadium with fans all around singing and celebrating really brings this song to life. Who’s ready to get loud with JLo?

18. “Amor, Amor, Amor”

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All these years later and JLo is keeping it where she started. A little dance battle on a subway platform never hurt anybody. Tbh, the men in the battle never stood a chance because JLo always comes to win.

17. “Ni Tú Ni Yo”

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Okay. This music video is rife with product placement. Nothing makes an entrance unto the screen without a brand or tag flashed first. But, that being said, her outfits were stellar and her hair was breathtaking.

16. “Love Don’t Cost A Thing”

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The music video ending heard around the world. The video and song itself were good but the ending made all the headlines. JLo definitely knew what she was doing when she threw her top towards the camera. But the ending is all we really remember from the video.

15. “All I Have”

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Remember the time you were jamming out to LL Cool J and Jennifer Lopez? We all do and we low key miss those days of the two collabing.

14. “If You Had My Love”

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If you pay close attention to this music video you will see a young Adam Rodriguez. He is the man the logs on to watch Jennifer Lopez in her different rooms. This video definitely came out when the Internet was young a full of promise. Yet, they used it to help Adam Rodriguez watch JLo perform.

13. “Ain’t It Funny”

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“Ain’t It Funny” is a song with two sides, this one wins for the top music video. Not only is the love interest super handsome, JLo also plays a woman who becomes a gypsy. Really. She sits down for a tarot card reading and comes out a gypsy.

12. “Jenny from the Block”

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Throwing it all the way back to the Jenny we first fell in love with. A lot has changed since “Jenny from the Block” hit the scene. Clothes has gotten tighter, shoes less bulky, and cameras works at a high definition. But, man, does this video bring back some memories.

11. “Get Right”

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JLo’s take on the “Nutty Professor” but not really. This video was one of the first that showed just how much range the singer had to play different characters. She was a DJ, a celebrity, a go-go dancer, a prude, two cholas, and it all worked. The song is also a banger.

10. “I Luh Ya Papi”

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Male objectification the likes of which we have never seen. That’s right. JLo took the yacht out for a spin and filled it with half naked men all used as props to point out the ridiculousness of using people as props. Her sunglasses were the mirror to society we all needed.

9. “I’m Real”

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It wasn’t only LL Cool J that JLo was vibing with at the beginning of her career. She was also a frequent companion to Ja Rule when it came to music and they made great music together.

8. “Live It Up”

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JLo as a model is something we didn’t know we needed until this video was released. The opens with them landing in Paris and you know it is about to get fancy af. Pitbull, feathers, models, what is not to love? JLo rocking a hot outfit and taking center stage is just the cherry on top.

7. “Goin’ In”

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Some times you have to back to your roots and give the people what brought them to you in the first place. For JLo that would be dance and this video gave her the chance to tap back into her fly girl days and rock that body all over the place.

6. “Booty”

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Let’s be clear. We are here for JLo. Iggy Azaela is too because this song was clearly meant to the Puerto Rican pop icon. The dancing is hot. The song is fun. The outfits are revealing. Overall, this video is kind of amazing.

5. “I’m Into You”

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William Levy + Jennifer Lopez + rolling around on the beach = Too hot to handle. Who else remembers this video coming out? It was all the rave in many Latino households nationwide as people could not believe JLo and Levy finally collabed and made real sparks fly.

4. “Papi”

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This action packed, pulse pounding music video is the best Fiat ad anyone has ever seen. Luckily, after the dramatic car chase, JLo emerges from the car unscathed and realizes she can control the men with her dance moves so she dances.

3. “Dance Again”

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This video is a little out there and so fun at the same time. JLo enters a room and immediately she is drawn up onto the ceiling where she is greeted with writhing bodies tangled in a knot. How they got up there is anyone’s guess.

2. “Ain’t Your Mama”

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This was one of the most anticipated JLo videos and she did her work to promote it. Once it was released people could not get enough of her telling all these men to stop begging women to do things for them because they are not their mama.

1. “On The Floor”

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JLo + Pitbull (Always)= Fire collabs. There is a reason that “On the Floor” has earned more than 1 billion views on YouTube.

Just In Time For Gifting Season: JLo and ARod Dropped An Affordable Sunglass Collab Collection With Quay Australia


Just In Time For Gifting Season: JLo and ARod Dropped An Affordable Sunglass Collab Collection With Quay Australia

Just as there is a separation between the church and state, so too, we’ve been told to set strict boundaries in business. “Never mix pleasure with business,” goes the saying, as old as time. And we all know that keeping friendly, or even worse, romantic, relationships with people with whom you do business is not always a good idea —Unless you’re the ultimate power couple, then by all means, mix it up, finesse us all and show us how it’s done. J.Lo and ARod are just that couple. And their venture into business together is off to a pretty good looking start.

Jenny from the block mixed business with pleasure on her latest collab with her sportsman partner Alex Rodriguez, except for her, the partnership was more like a good idea than a bad one.

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JLo and ARod teamed up with Australian eyewear brand Quay Australia to create a range of glamorous statement shades that won’t set you back more than $60.

The couple shot the campaign for their collection in Miami—a place they both call home.

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The singer and actress posed with the former baseball shortstop in a series of sultry, tropical-infused images to promote the couple’s sunglass collection. The dynamic duo shot the campaign in Miami. “It was really special to be able to shoot in Miami with Jennifer, she was the one who introduced me to Quay Australia,” said ARod in an interview with Elle. Lopez, on her part, told People how shooting in Miami felt natural, since it’s the place she calls home. “I’ve had a love affair with Miami for many years, and now it’s our city—it’s our second home,” she added.

ARod and JLo are the only couple who can color coordinate their outfits and still look stylish af.

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The series of photographs feature the powerhouse couple coordinating looks in bright, bold colors giving them that #couplegoals look that many of us have tried and failed at achieving. “It’s always easy when we get to do things together,” Lopez told People about shooting the campaign. “We always wind up laughing out loud.” —couple goals I tell ya.

The shades are divided into two collections, but all the styles are unisex.

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The dual collection is already shoppable on Quay Australia’s website. None of the shades cost more than $60, and while Alex and Jennifer have ‘his’ and ‘hers’ product pages, both ranges work pretty well on both men and women.

JLo gave her shades, witty names in Spanish while ARod chose more classic styles and names.

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Jennifer’s selection is tad bit flashier —to be expected from the queen of the Bronx— they feature fancier, bolder hardware. Another detail we loved, is that J.Lo gave her shades, names in Spanish, like “La Reina,” “La Playa,” and “El Dinero.” Alex’s options though, are more understated and classic, the shapes come with a thin wire rim and they feature names such as “Poster Boy” and “Apollo.”

“I’ve followed the brand for quite some time and love how they are disrupting the eyewear category. I’ve never had a pair of sunglasses that fit so well and the fact that you can get high quality, polarized sunglasses for $50 is pretty great,” Alex said —and we couldn’t agree more on that price point remark.

The ‘Hustlers’ star first collaborated with Quay in March.

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When her first collab dropped —on the same month that she announced her engagement to Alex Rodriguez after two years of dating— J.Lo took to instagram to share the news and her love for sunglasses; “Sunglasses are my accessory of self-expression. I can wear them from the gym to the red carpet, and this line perfectly captures the sporty, but also sexy and glam vibe that I love!”

The brand has always been great at teaming up with celebrities to create glasses people want.

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Quay Australia’s most recent A-list partnership was with Chrissy Teigen, who told Harper’s Bazaar that she really wanted to ensure her looks worked for all kinds of different face shapes and preferences. “I tend to lean towards oversized sunglasses because I don’t love putting on a full face of makeup every day.” This idea seemed to be kept in mind for J.Lo’s second Quay launch as well. Though there are lots of different small options available, we have to say, the big ones are still our faves.

Comprised of 18 styles, the line offers a wide selection of chic glasses – featuring bold shields, flirty cat-eye shades and classic aviators. Shop the collection at quayaustralia.com.

Here’s What Latinas Have To Say About The Ways In Which They’ve Dealt With Poor Body Image


Here’s What Latinas Have To Say About The Ways In Which They’ve Dealt With Poor Body Image

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A study published by Girls’ Attitudes Survey in 2016, asserts that in the U.S. 40% of girls have poor body confidence. This is a statistic that highlights an endemic problem that extends beyond the United States and stretches across the globe and affects communities on different levels. In fact, recent studies have shown that Latinas in particularly experience complications with body at rates that are comparable to women who are not of color. These statistics say quite a bit how common the universal struggle with body image is and how incredibly silent and dangerous it can be. 

Fortunately, more and more women are speaking out about this issue. This is especially for celebrities in recent years who have been impacted by the toxic culture that have manifested from the exchange of opinions on social media in an extreme way. To highlight the ways in which Latina celebrities are addressing the issue, we scavenged the internet for their most profound comments about their body image issues.

Selena Gomez 

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“I experienced [body-shaming] with my weight fluctuation for the first time,” Selena said to Raquelle Stevens during a video podcast for an episode of Giving Back Generation. “I have lupus and deal with kidney issues and high blood pressure, so I deal with a lot of health issues, and for me that’s when I really started noticing more of the body-image stuff… It’s the medication I have to take for the rest of my life — it depends on even the month, to be honest. So for me, I really noticed when people started attacking me for that,” she said. “In reality, that’s just my truth. I fluctuate. It depends what’s happening in my life. No one owes anyone else an explanation about their weight, and no one should be shamed or made fun of because of their body. Still, Selena said the critics “really messed [her] up for a bit,” and made her rethink how much of her life she puts online. I’m very happy with living my life and being present. Because that’s it. Similar to me posting a photo and walking away. For me that’s it. I will do a red carpet, I will do whatever. I don’t need to see it. I participated. I felt wonderful and that’s where the extent of it is,” she said. “I don’t care to expose myself to everyone and hear what they have to say about it.”

Lupita Nyongo 

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Speaking about embracing the color of her skin told The Hollywood Reporter recently that “There is a part of me that will always feel unattractive. That’s OK, because it will keep me grounded. I don’t need to be so full of myself that I feel I am without flaw. I can feel beautiful and imperfect at the same time. I have a healthy relationship with my aesthetic insecurities.”

America Ferrera

There’s no denying that America Ferrera, the actress who first caught our attention for her role in “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” has played a huge part in the body acceptance movement. Speaking to Health Ferrera said “I’m just now starting to feel like I want to feel strong in my body again. I didn’t work out as much as I imagined I would during my pregnancy. I was in triathlon shape when I got pregnant. I had so much on my plate and something had to give.”

She later explained in the interview that more important than what she looks like, she wants to monitor how food makes her feel. “I just try to be aware of how does what I eat make me feel,” she told the magazine. “Do I feel better? Do I feel energized? Does this make me tired and not feel great? I try to go easy on myself…which is a challenge because, like so many women, I demand so much more of myself than I would ever demand of someone else.”

Amara La Negra  

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“I used to hate my big thighs, my fat ass, my cellulite, my hips!” La Negra told the Miami Herald. “I was bulimic for three years and hospitalized twice. I always wanted to be skinny and tall like the Victoria’s Secret models. It took me a long time to accept that this is my body!”

Jennifer Lopez 

“It’s hard to avoid comparing yourself to others, and I’ve definitely been guilty of it myself,” Lopez told HELLO!. “I remember thinking I wasn’t thin enough because I had curves. But I’ve learned that being healthy and feeling great aren’t about having one specific body type; it’s a completely individual thing.”

“It’s hard to avoid comparing yourself to others, and I’ve definitely been guilty of it myself,” Lopez told HELLO!. “I remember thinking I wasn’t thin enough because I had curves. But I’ve learned that being healthy and feeling great aren’t about having one specific body type; it’s a completely individual thing.””It’s hard to avoid comparing yourself to others, and I’ve definitely been guilty of it myself,” Lopez told HELLO!. “I remember thinking I wasn’t thin enough because I had curves. But I’ve learned that being healthy and feeling great aren’t about having one specific body type; it’s a completely individual thing.”