Jennifer Lopez Hints A Collaboration With Her ‘Marry Me’ Co-star Maluma For New Music Video

Jennifer Lopez has got exciting news for her fans! The 'Dinero' singer has gushed about how she can't wait to ‘get back to the set,’ and fans assume she's collaborating again with her 'Marry Me' Maluma co-star for a new venture.

Actress-singer Jennifer Lopez has given up hints on working on a new album with singer Maluma.

Jennifer Lopez, 51, has a big project to film! During an Instagram video, she posted on August 9, the songstress revealed the exciting news and she was bare makeup.  JLo ‘s skin was the essence of perfection as she teased the idea of a “music video” about what fans believe.

With their speculations, many of which suggested a music video with Maluma, JLo ‘s fans jumped into the comments section.  “Dos it involve Maluma? You can tell me, I won’t tell anyone,”  one fan joked, while another guessed, “Maybe A New Music Video With Maluma?”

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It appears to be true because the 26-year-old Colombian superstar left his own cheeky comment: “Tell us please,” along with an emoji hand in prayer. JLo replied with laughing emojis on the face, showing that the two are up to something!

It’s not clear if J.Lo and Maluma entered the studio together, but for their upcoming project, Marry Me, the pair did work on an song.

“There’s a whole — all new songs and all new music with it. So it’s exciting…I think I have like six or eight songs and Maluma does two or three,” Lopez admitted in February at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Last year Maluma gushed to ET about working on the film with Lopez.”It’s been an amazing month, actually. I’ve been here in New York for two or three weeks shooting the movie with Jennifer,”  he stated. “It’s been such an amazing experience also working, doing music. I mean we never stop.”

Meanwhile, like so many others who were planning a wedding even before to the pandemic, the star Jennifer Lopes is too dealing with the same disappointment of not knowing when she will say “I do.”