In the clip, directed by Cameron Duddy, J.Lo puts her acting skills on display as she plays a variety of stereotypical female characters: the ’50s housewife, the sexy secretary, the underpaid factory worker, the ’80s-styled lawyer, and of course, herself! True to J.Lo form, the five-minute visual then closes out with an empowering all female-led dance break.
While I do love the whole equality for women approach for the music video, I don’t think it will help the song gain any momentum on the charts. What do you guys think?
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