Ms Lopez claims she'll go out with any penniless loser. Form an orderly queue lads...

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Jennifer Lopez : Love Don't Cost A Thing

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Jennifer Lopez : Love Don’t Cost A Thing

The flipside to Destiny’s Child’s “we can take care of ourselves thanks very much” playa-baiting ‘Independent Women Part One’, this sees Jennifer Lopez rather unconvincingly claiming that “what I need from you is not available in

stores”
. Hey girl, get with the programme, men are losers whether they’re

loaded or not. Make like Beyonce and go and buy a watch or some shoes or summin’.

Whether it’s a paean to Puffy (hey, it’s like Liz Taylor and Richard Burton all over again, ain’t it? Only about three-fifteenths as interesting) or just, y’know, a bunch of words that rhyme strung together is perhaps too big a question to answer here. What is for certain, though, is that ‘Love Don’t Cost A Thing’ is essentially a paltry rewrite of her first single, only without the novelty factor.

Christian Ward