Jennifer Lopez Recreates "Love Don't Cost a Thing" for 20th Anniversary

Jennifer Lopez Recreates

The triple threat star took the celebration to the next level in a video she shared, which showed her recreating part of the music video for her "Love Don't Cost a Thing" single from the album.

The post was captioned with a message that as she realized it is the 20th anniversary of J.Lo, she wanted to thank all the fans for their support and love through all the ups and downs.

She's also just recreated one of her greatest music videos with a fun throwback 20 years later.

In a separate post, Lopez reflected on the anniversary of her second album, JLo, while also expressing gratitude for her fans. She opted for a monochromatic white outfit that consisted of head-to-toe Chanel pieces - a ruffled blouse tucked into wide-leg sequinned pants, a jacket, and a matching hat which she later removed.

Jennifer Lopez may still be basking in the glow of performing at last week's Biden-Harris inauguration, but it seems like the attention may have gone to her head a little. She looks exactly the same in this updated version as she did 20 years ago (though that new t-shirt is a very trendy upgrade). The star's sophomore studio album, which followed her 1999 debut On the 6, features hits like "I'M Real", "Play", and "Love don't cost a thing".