London: Jennifer Lopez shows off two pretty impressive new ‘tattoos’ on her back and chest in her steamy new video for her single ‘Follow The Leader’, a collaboration with Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin and Yandel.
The video- which was released on Twitter- sees J-Lo waking up topless in a plush apartment in Acapulco Mexico, when she receives a message saying ‘Wanna play?’ from Wisin. The fake tattoo shown on J-Lo’s chest as she sits up on the bed spells ‘Lideres’, meaning ‘leader’ in Spanish.
A second tattoo, which looks like a dragon, could be seen on her back as she stretches, a leading daily has reported. The singer then puts on a black top and tight trousers, and starts an epic chase around the city with the Winsen and, leaping across the streets and through buildings, offering a Crouching Tuger Hidden Dragon-style tour.
These scenes are interspersed with shots of Lopez dancing on a rooftop in plastic black trousers and a gold and black top. With her incredible figure and moves envy Lopez proves she’s still got the jump on younger music stars.
Wearing her favourite bronze make-up, with pretty pink lips for a pretty, fresh look, she could easily pass for a woman ten years younger. The video was directed by her 25-year-old beau Casper Smart.
Her song lyrics certainly show no sign of getting less steamy, including lines such as “Baby, the way that I’m working my body, Can tell that you already like it, I make you lose your cabeza.”
The superstar is already gearing up for her forthcoming MEGA 2012 Tour tour- and this time she’s bringing her four-year-old twins Max and Emme along with her. The tour, which will be a joint venture with Enrique Iglesias, will kick off in Montreal, Canada, on July 14 and continue across North America, including stops in Washington, Los Angeles and Miami.
“I don’t know how that’s all going to work. This is my first time. I’m going to see,” J-Lo told reporters during her press conference in Los Angeles on Monday.
“They’ll get on the bus with me and it’ll be a learning experience for both of us,” she added.