VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez Shares First Look at New Video 'Same Girl'
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Jennifer Lopez appeared on last night's TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO and talked about going back to her old neighborhood in The Bronx to shoot her new 'Same Girl' music video and shared a clip. Get a first look below!
Lopez has sold more than 75 million records worldwide and starred in multiple box-office No. 1 films, including "Monster-In-Law" and "The Wedding Planner." In 2001, "The Wedding Planner" was the nation's top-grossing film, while her album, "J.Lo," was No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart. The two simultaneous No. 1 honors made Lopez the first woman in history to have a No. 1 movie and No. 1 album in the same week.
In May 2011, Lopez released the album "LOVE?," The first single, "On The Floor," also featuring Pitbull, became a worldwide phenomenon. This song shot to No. 1 in 18 countries and became the most downloaded song of her career. The music video set an all-time record, making Lopez the first female artist on online video site Vevo to rack up 100 million views in the shortest amount of time. The music video has become the most watched music video by any female artist in the history of YouTube, logging more than 686 million views.
She made her feature film debut in the highly acclaimed "Mi Familia," then earned widespread acclaim for her work in the title role of "Selena," which brought her a Golden Globe Award nomination. Her film credits include Lasse Hallström's "An Unfinished Life," with Robert Redford and Morgan Freeman; Oliver Stone's "U-Turn"; "Maid In Manhattan"; "Money Train"; Francis Ford Coppola's "Jack," with Robin Williams; "Blood and Wine," opposite Jack Nicholson; Luis Mandoki's "Angel Eyes"; "The Cell"; Steven Soderbergh's "Out of Sight," with George Clooney; Michael Apted's "Enough"; and "Anaconda." Playing the role of actress and producer, she starred in the feature films "El Cantante," a drama about the life of salsa legend Hector Lavoe, and "Bordertown," opposite Antonio Banderas. In 2011, she starred in the romantic comedy "The Back-up Plan."
In 2012, Lopez was part of the ensemble cast of "What To Expect When You're Expecting," and she lent her voice to the character of "Shira," a sabre-toothed tiger, in the animated film "Ice Age 4: Continental Drift." In January 2013, she starred opposite Jason Statham in an adaptation of the crime/thriller literary series, "Parker," directed by Taylor Hackford.
This past year, Lopez also partnered with NUVOtv, becoming the Chief Creative Officer for the network. Nuyorican, her TV and film production company, already has produced several specials and series for the network. She also is executive producer of the hit cable series "The Fosters.