Jennifer Lopez, 51, just recreated one of her most iconic music video moments ever! Marking the 20th anniversary of her second album J.Lo, the star headed to the beach for an epic rendition of “Love Don’t Cost A Thing.”
Rocking the exact same half ponytail, the singer stunned as she walked on the beach and tossed her designer sunglasses and expensive accessories to the side — just like in the 2001 video directed by Paul Hunter.
“Happy 20th Anniversary to my 2nd album J.Lo!!!! Had a little fun at a recent shoot #Throwback #LoveDontCostAThing,” she wrote in an Instagram bio, teasing that it was part of a new “challenge” on Twitter.
“Can’t wait to see your renditions,” she posted for her millions of followers. The short clip began with Jennifer Lopez walking down a beach in a cream trench coat (reminiscent of her Dolce & Gabbana coat in Maid In Manhattan), a J.Lo era merch t-shirt, sunglasses and white jeans.
“Think you gotta keep me iced (You don’t)/Think I’m gonna spend your cash (I won’t)/Even if you were broke/My love don’t cost a thing,” the original song played as she dropped the jacket, a bracelet and sunglasses before turning around to lift her top.
In the 2001 video, the-then 31-year-old storms out of a Miami mansion after her boyfriend sends yet another expensive bracelet and bails on plans. In a fit of anger, she heads to the beach to blow off some steam.
Source: Hollywood Life