Jennifer Lopez loves being a sex symbol, but sometimes, it's fun to switch things up.
The 44-year-old diva premiered her music video, "I Luh Ya Papi," during Thursday's American Idol. The clip features throwbacks to Lopez's most famous looks of all time, including her On the 6 album artwork, her "I'm Real" music video and the infamous Versace dress she wore to the Grammys in 2000.
"I Luh Ya Papi" begins with Lopez and a group of girlfriends discussing treatments for the video. "I was thinking we'd shoot it someplace fun, colorful," the director says in his pitch. "Maybe a waterpark."
"A waterpark?" J.Lo and her pals ask in unison, before dismissing a carnival and the zoo as alternatives.
"If she was a guy, we wouldn't be having this conversation at all, "the woman to Lopez's left says.
The other pal agrees, saying, "Seriously, because if she was a dude, they would seriously have her up in a mansion with all these half-naked girls, or maybe even in a yacht." The first women then asks, "Why do men always objectify the women in every single video? Why can't we for once objectify the men?"
Cue a fully-clothed Lopez sitting in bed with two naked men "for no reason" whatsoever. The entertainer and her dancer pals then change into matching denim looks before boarding their boat.
Once on board, the women are once again surrounded by half-naked men. More than once, Lopez's friends pull down the men's Speedos, exposing their toned and tanned booties! They also pour champagne down one guy's swims trunks—not that he seems to mind, given the big grin on his face.
Luckily for him, French Montana escapes the blatant objectification when he shows up for his verse.
"I Luh Ya Papi," directed by Jessy Terrero, is the first music video from Lopez's 10th studio album.