Jennifer Lopez announces a follow-up to the album “This is Me.”
Jennifer Lopez, a singer, and actor revealed on Friday that her album “This Is Me… Now,” which will be published next year, will be her first in 20 years. The 53-year-old released a short clip on social media in which she reenacted the 2002 album cover of herself wearing a pink top and hat before changing into her current elder self while stating, “This is me then… this is me now.” She has now erased posts from her Instagram account. The relationship Lopez had at the time with actor Ben Affleck served as the inspiration for the 2002 album, which included the popular singles “Jenny from the Block” and “All I Have.” The couple, known as “Bennifer,” became engaged but decided not to be married in 2003. A few months later, they broke up.
After rekindling their romance the previous year, they were married that summer.
The 13 song names from the upcoming album, including “Dear Ben pt. ll,” were announced by Lopez in her Instagram post.