Jennifer Lopez went unconventional as she filmed her new music video in New York City on Thursday. The 48-year-old displayed her incredible abs in a skimpy vintage Guess vest top, which was reminiscent of when she displayed her taut midriff in the racy video. Sipping from a diamond encrusted Starbucks coffee cup, the singer who is also an actress wore gold oversize hoop earrings and an eccentric furry black and white jacket as she filmed in the subway alongside a hunky tattooed co-star who showed off his ripped body in a black vest top and chunky gold chain. Dressed to impress, the star showcased her gorgeous toned legs in a pair of black leather boxing shorts and added an extra hip-hop edge in a pair of chunky black boots that were laced all the way up with white fabric. Going heavy-handed on the bling, J.Lo donned a series of gold and silver chains around her neck and wrists, and wore a variety of chunky rings.Photo Credit: Getty
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