Jennifer Lopez Reflects on 20th Anniversary of ‘J.Lo,’ Reenacts ‘Love Don’t Cost a Thing’ Video

Jennifer Lopez celebrated her sophomore album’s big twentieth anniversary on Saturday (Jan. 23). And for the star, it wouldn’t have been proper to mark the big day without recognizing her fans, who have helped J.Lo go four-times platinum and top the Billboard 200 since its Jan. 23, 2001, release.

“As I reflect on the fact that it’s the #JLo20thAnniversary, I just wanted to say thank you to all of you for being with me, loving me and supporting me through all the ups and downs,” she wrote on social media. “Thank you so much for all the love over the past 20 years!! I love you so much!!”

But J. Lo had more than just a thank you to share. The singer also reenacted scenes from her video for “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” the lead single from the album. In a video posted to both Instagram and Twitter, the star — with her hair styled in the same half-pony — rips off her accessories and chucks them aside as she walks along a beach, and does the same with a long, creamy white coat similar to the one in the video.

“Happy 20th anniversary to my 2nd album J.Lo!!!!” she captioned the video. “Had a little fun at a recent shoot.”

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Lopez, 51, followed that up by inviting her fans to join in on the fun. “The #LoveDontCostAThingChallenge STARTS NOW !!!!” she tweeted, again sharing the clip in which she reenacts the song’s music video. “Can’t wait to see your renditions.”

Days before the album’s anniversary, the two-time Grammy nominee performed at President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ swearing-in ceremony. She kicked off her Jan. 20 performance with “This Land Is Your Land,” then transitioned into “America the Beautiful” before working in some of her 2000 hit “Let’s Get Loud.”

Check out Lopez’s celebrations for J.Lo below:

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