Jennifer Lopez Releases Powerful Music Video for “Limitless”

There’s a storm brewing, and Jennifer Lopez is at the heart of it…

The 49-year-old Puerto Rican superstar has released the powerful music video for her latest single “Limitless,” from her upcoming movie Second Act.

Jennifer Lopez

Prior topremiering the music video via her official YouTubechannel, J.Lojoined fans in a live Q&A to talk about her new song and movie.

Featuring a colorful cast of women who join forces to create their own storm, the music video, which also features Lopez’s daughter, Emme, sends the empowering message for women everywhere to say: “I am worth something. I have value. I am equal. I am limitless.”

Directed by Peter Segaland starring JLo, Leah Remini, and Vanessa Hudgens, the inspirational film raises some very important conversations about women’s empowerment, honesty, believing in yourself, adoption, “biological clocks,” and of course, second chances.

Lopez plays the role of Maya Vargas, a supermarket assistant manager who wants a promotion on her 43rd birthday. Annoyed that she lost the job to a college-educated candidate, Mya quits her job to further prove that street smarts are just as valuable as book smarts.

Second Act premieres Friday, December 21. 

Q’Viva Lopez’s Peruvian Adventure

International superstar Jennifer Lopez is racking up some serious air miles in her quest to find Latin America’s undiscovered talents…

The 42-year-old Puerto Rican-American bombshell spent the weekend in Lima, Peru taping her new television program Q’Viva! The Chosen.

Jennifer Lopez in Peru for Q'Viva

“I arrived in Peru and am very moved because I hope to discover great talents for QViva!” said Lopez via her Twitter account.

Lopez arrived in Peru with her children Emme and Max and her new boyfriend, backup dancer Casper Smart, according to Radio Programas del Perú.

Q’Viva! The Chosen, which Lopez is producing with her ex, Marc Anthony, will travel through 21 Latin American countries to find new singers, dancers, musicians and artists who will later fly to Hollywood to be part of an “extraordinary” talent show.

The weekly one-hour program will be taped in English, Spanish and Portuguese and air simultaneously on different networks in early 2012.

“Very soon the world’s heart will beat to the tune of Latin rhythms and we’re looking forward to experiencing history in the making,” said Lopez in a previous statement. “It is with great pride that we embark on this amazing and very personal mission to discover and celebrate the most captivating talent the world has ever seen.”