Jennifer Lopez – Same Girl – Official Music VIDEO

 

American Idol judge, Jennifer Lopez, debuts the new music video for her single, “Same Girl.”

In the spirit of  the singer’s 2002 hit, “Jenny from the Block,” Jlo reiterates that despite all swag and glitz and glam, she’s really STILL just a regular gal like you and me!  Look at homegurl riding the subway! Hanging out in the old hood. Hm.

Watch the video below.

  • BluSky

    First comment, ha!

    All I can say I watched it till the end… She is beautiful and everything, but I am not buying this “i am a regular gal in a teen outfit” thing…

  • Tinawina

    I know right! LOL. Oh Jennifer. We know you’d never set foot in the subway or at anything out of a bodega ever again. It’s okay Boo boo.

  • Roimeister

    still only a Flygirl… just way overpaid

  • No Thanks

    That’s all I could think about while watching the whole video. I’m surprised she didn’t make all of the people in the video stay behind that chain link fence while she performed.

  • No Thanks

    That may be, but she’s managed to stay “fly” all these years. Good for her!

  • Jacko86

    Nice video. She is so beautiful! Pretty nice song too. :)

  • Darko_5

    I have to say I liked it quite a bit she looks great the song feels very impowering beyond her life so others can relate to it. She is a beautiful women and quite an american success story , has worked hard for what she has and seems like a nice person to boot.

  • Mateja Praznik

    Eh, Shakira/Rihanna video is way hotter.

  • bridgette12

    She looks great and I am sure she will sound great when she lip sync this song on Idol.

  • mel432

    When she went to baseball games with Ben, she wore what looked like very, very expensive designer velour outfits. Ben’s wife, Jennifer Garner, just wears jeans and T’s.

  • Kariann Hart

    Jennifer almost always looks great. I would love to hear her sing her songs live. OK, so it’s a dream.

  • bridgette12

    There might be a reason why she don’t sing live.

  • Ganglygir

    Doesn’t*

  • bridgette12

    Don’t is the standard contraction for do not. As a contraction for does not, don’t first appeared in writing in the latter half of the 17th century, about the same time as the first written appearance of other contracted forms with not, like mayn’t and can’t. Don’t remained the standard contraction for does not in both speech and writing through the 18th century

  • Incipit

    “We know you’d never set foot in the subway or at anything out of a bodega ever again.”

    Heh. That’s like Harry teasing her last week about her lack of knowledge of commercial airlines—the ‘what’s a flight attendant?’question.

    If JLo stayed “fly” it wasn’t from flying Delta. *snerk*

  • Bugme Nomor

    We are now in the 21st century.

  • Cary Gonzalez

    Yeah Jen…with the fur and the bling, still the same girl. Having said that, this woman just gets hotter by the day, good God!

  • bridgette12

    It still holds true and if your going to come at some one about two contractions that means the same thing, maybe that person need to know what they are talking about first.