JLo won't let her kids watch her naughty new video!


Jennifer Lopez won’t let her children watch her new music video. The promo for the remix of the 45-year-old singer’s new track Booty features Iggy Azalea, with the pair showing off their incredible figures while dancing seductively. But Jennifer says her six-year-old twins Max and Emme will not be allowed to see the footage because it’s too raunchy.

'My children can’t see this! They’re in school!'

After debuting a video teaser on The Today Show on Thursday, Jennifer exclaimed:

“My children can’t see this! They’re in school!”

Jennifer also revealed she banned too much retouching on the cover art for the track, which shows her and Iggy wearing revealing bodysuits and displaying their derrieres.

"I know everybody knows pictures are retouched and all this kind of stuff, but I try to do minimal because I really want it to be real," Jennifer said. "And I always have them send me the original. I'm like, ‘Wait a minute, did you do something too much ...’."

Jennifer also spoke to Today hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb about her soon to be released memoir True Love.

While the tome was originally meant to be focused on life on the road as she completed her world tour, the year 2012 also saw her split from husband Marc Anthony, meaning the book took a more personal turn.

"It became more of what that year was like and how transformational it was at that moment, because of the low I was going through [and] at the same time, going through this tremendous high of meeting my fans all over the world for the first time,” Jennifer said. "So, it turned out to be more of a life lessons book than I expected.”

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