When news surfaced that the popular Latin singer and Iggy Azalea would unite for a remix to Lopez’s “Booty,” everyone understood the promotional images would focus on one thing in particular.
On Tuesday, Jennifer Lopez shared the cover shot of the “Booty” remix with Azalea on Instagram. Lopez and Azalea pose in swimsuits and heels, with wet hair and sultry stares. Lopez also captioned the pic with a slew of cheeky hashtags: “#jlobooty #aintseenabootylikethissincejennyfromtheblock #doublebubbletrouble #jloiggybooty.”
Azalea will replace Pitbull, who appears on the original version, and raps: “They’re begging me to drop down on ’em / But right now Iggy on the top / The last time the world seen a booty this good / It was on Jenny From the Block.”
Lopez’s “A.K.A.” dropped last month. Despite a flood of promotion, it was a lackluster release for the superstar. The album debuted at the No. 8 spot on the Billboard 200, with only 33,000 albums sold.
She might be one of the Hollywood’s biggest names, but Jennifer Lopez is still Jenny from the block. The diva often claims that she hasn’t changed since her life in the Bronx.
Last winter she posted a picture on her Facebook page, which features a casually dressed Jennifer standing on a train station platform, and the post was accompanied by the caption ‘Happy New Year to all my jlovers 2014 is our bxxch!!!!!! LOL!!!! #letsgetit #LOVE (sic).’
On the shot, the Jenny from the Block singer can be seen flaunting her amazing legs and bum in a pair of super tight skinny jeans and a towering pair of stiletto boots. The brunette beauty is wrapped up in a leather jacket, and can be seen beaming from underneath her NY cap.
The songstress slammed a plastic surgeon one who claimed she’d gone under the knife.
Brit-based Doctor Ayham Al-Ayoubi, who’s listed on Twitter as a facial plastic and laser surgeon, tweeted: “These before and after pics of @Jlo show many signs of #plasticsurgery – naturally pretty but now looks amazing.”
Triple threat Jen didn’t take kindly to the doctor’s claims, hitting back: “@DrAyoubi Sorry Sir, but I have never had plastic surgery of any kind. #fact.”
Her adoring fans also quickly came to her defence, prompting the doctor to later apologize.
“Dear @JLo I wonder if you can accept my sincere apologies about the wrong tweet which was written by my assistant without my knowledge….
“I sincerely apologise to @JLo & her fans. I want to remind everyone it was NOT me who sent that wrong tweet ! it was my assistant,” he continued.
The mum-of-two has recently spoken out about facing body jibes early on in her career, saying it’s important to stand up to your critics.
“Early on, my family really made me love who I was and what I looked like. My body was nothing out of the ordinary in my neighbourhood,” she says in Cosmopolitan for Latinas Winter issue.
“When I first started on television, people, and even my own manager at the time, would tell me I had to make all of these changes.
“But you have to stand up and say, ‘There’s nothing wrong with me or my shape or who I am; you’re the one with the problem! And when you can really believe that, all of a sudden other people start believing too.”