Fans honestly can’t get enough of as she dropped a teaser to her new music video, looking more incredible than ever.
The 54-year-old got back into the studio recently – ahead of the release of – and is set to debut her new collaboration with Latto today.
Does the woman ever rest?
Taking to Instagram, to Can’t Get Enough with the world, sending us all into meltdown.
In the brief clip, she slayed in a selection of bikinis, including a black and gold number, and a jazzy gold, sequined outfit, as she danced around to the track.
Alongside the upload, she simply penned: TOMORROW @latto777 #CantGetEnough.’
Unsurprisingly, fans went into meltdown over the teaser and flooded Jen’s comments with praise, begging for her beauty secrets.
‘Awww, beautiful woman who never Age. Can’t wait, let’s goooo [sic],’ a follower cheered.
‘Just made my day. You look FIRE,’ another agreed.
One enthused: ‘My jaw is already dropping!!!!!!’
An Instagram user questioned: ‘How is she still fine?’
As a commenter added: ‘How does this super hardworking woman do it? She was just in France for a few days and a second music video for #cantgetenough is already here? And you say you sleep well at night, workout everyday.
‘And keep releasing projects upon projects and flying for long hours to be anywhere on time, while managing so many business ventures which you are the centre of its think tank, creativity and promotion. Your energy and time management needs to be studied in school. I Stan [sic].’
Never one to rest on her laurels, Jennifer’s latest project has already been announced, and it’s a slight U-turn from her stunning new single.
In fact, Jenny from the Block is in a move that we can honestly say we didn’t see coming.
The Hustlers actress is set to develop a movie based on the beloved show as her Nuyorican Productions company is teaming up with Anthony Ramos, 32, on the project.
They’ll be working with animation studio ShadowMachine, who are best known as the minds behind Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio.
Bob The Builder initially ran on CBeebies from 1999 to 2011, while the US version ran on Nick Jr from 2001 to 2004 before landing on PBS Kids for a decade until 2015.
Anthony will take on the titular role as Bob himself, who was initially voiced by Neil Morrissey in the UK, while international versions have had their own stars.
The film – which is being written by Felipe Vargas – will follow the beloved character as he travels to ‘the enchanting Island of Puerto Rico for a major construction job’.
The synopsis teases: ‘[Bob] takes on issues affecting the island and digs deeper into what it means to build. Bob’s journey will celebrate the vibrant and colorful textures of the Caribbean Latin nations and their people.’
Petition for Jennifer to cover the Bob The Builder theme tune, anyone?