Jennifer Lopez TRANSFORMS Into Past Album Cover to Announce NEW MUSIC!

Jennifer lopez transforms into past album cover to announce new music!

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Jennifer Lopez is looking to the future, by paying homage to her past! The entertainer announced Friday that her first album in eight years, ‘This Is Me…Now,’ will drop in 2023. If the title sounds familiar, it’s because it is! Exactly 20 years ago, on Nov. 25, 2002, when Jennifer was engaged to Ben Affleck the first time, she released her album, ‘This Is Me…Then.’ In a visual for her upcoming record, Jennifer recreates the original album’s artwork before transforming into a modern-day version of herself.

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Jennifer “J-Lo” Lopez is an American singer and actress with top hits including “If You Had My Love”, “I’m Real”, “Ain’t It Funny”, “All I Have”, and “On the Floor”. Her film credits include “Anaconda”, “Out of Sight” and “Maid in Manhattan”.

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