Maximum, legendary booty like this can't be unveiled without the appropriate fanfare, so forgive the introductory warning and countdown. This is essentially all booty from the first shot to the last, designed to titilate, shock and especially serve notice to other contenders in The Great Ass Race of 2014.
It's like a booty arms race, and JLo ain't giving up her throne without a fight. Here's a teaser for what she's got cooking with Iggy Azalea and director Hype Williams. It's safe for work, but damn... Get ready for this to be very big.
After discarding some weak treatments — surprised there wasn't one with David Ortiz in it — JLo and her galpals decide to imagine a turnabout video, where they're surrounded by mancandy that's on par with the video vixens who ornament most rap videos.
PS: That is indeed actual Capitol Records SVP of Creative & Video Danny Lockwood in the intro. Now word, however, about whether any of the ideas they run through are actual treatment submissions.
She's got her Yankee cap on and traversing through the Bronx, both on foot and via subway, in this homecoming clip with a spontaneous vibe from JLo... Despite the glam and the fame, she's still the "Same Girl" she was when she was Jenny On The Block...
Don't be concerned with chronology here: How Jennifer Lopez gets from a Paris runway to a beach blast with Pitbull in Miami is irrelevant. All that matters is she looks good and indeed she does. She also gets to show both sides of her persona — a) the icy superstar that is J.Lo, getting glammed for an elaborate fashion show — totally unfazed by the chaos and product placements — and b) Jenny from the block beach, leading the fiesta from the sand into the sea.