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Music Video: Dance Again (feat. Pitbull)

Artisit: Jennifer Lopez

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:26

  • Copyright: Jennifer Lopez

Music Video For Dance Again (feat. Pitbull) By Artist Jennifer Lopez

Reviews For Dance Again (feat. Pitbull) By Artist Jennifer Lopez

  • Yaaaas queen I love you 😘💕❤️

    By selenatordangerouswoman310
    Beautiful and stunning gorgeous queen I love ya ❤️💕🔥💜☝️
  • Dance Again

    By Amber Michaells.....
    One of the best Dance Remixes I have ever heard and or Performed to Love it.....
  • WOW❤️

    عســـل ❤️
  • sexy

    By beautiful lily rose <3
    love jlo
  • OKay

    By Sakjun
  • Sexy

    By Lkfvgvc
    your so sexy please kiss me
  • sexy and fun video!

    By britneyspearsfan93
    love jlo!
  • NO!!!!!!!!

    By Big Mommy Mac
    I'm sorry, but she can't sing. Dose'nt she have kids now?
  • 👍

    Loved it (the song the video not so much)
  • Dance video?

    By Rockey28
    Music vid was worst. Song was ❤❤da best😌😌💋

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