The Best Scenes From J.Lo’s New Music Video!

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Echo Lawrence - January 29, 2024

Jennifer Lopez just released a brand new music video for her song with Latto called "Can't Get Enough, literally about 20 minutes ago and the thing has already been going viral for the last 24 hours across social media.

The song has J.Lo singing about her love for her man, which I assume was inspired by her husband Ben Affleck and the video is bringing us some serious visuals including a scene where J.Lo slides down a rope in her bikini. The whole thing is kinda insane so let's rank the best scenes from J.Lo's new music video below!

The first scene that shocked us had J.Lo laying back in bed with a mirror, casually touching herself as she looked at her own reflection, which makes me think maybe this song was really about herself all along now that I think back to this scene...

The next scene that stuck with us was the blatant Benjamin Moore sponsorship where two painters are seen wearing branded shirts and the camera pans to the paint can for a few seconds. Shameless!

Then we get a little J.Lo upskirt...

Then we get a real J.Lo upskirt as she crawls on her hands and knees under the dinner table..

Next we get to the scene that has been breaking the internet, the singer climbs out of a window dressed in a black bikini and a big rimmed hat, and slides down a rope to the ground. Like what is this!?

J.Lo also didn't miss an opportunity to plug her own brand, Delola, standing by the pool with a bottle in hand..

And no music video would be complete without a gratuitous outdoor shower scene, just what this video was missing! Here it is!

Scroll through the gallery for more highlights from J.Lo's new video and watch the whole thing below!

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