Jennifer Lopez poses nude for cover art of new single, wows fans: 'Bold and beautiful'

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Jennifer Lopez isn't afraid to bare it all for her music.

The singer, 51, shared the cover art of her new single Wednesday on social media which featured Lopez completely naked as she bends over with her hand on her knee.

"Surprise! Here's the official cover art for #InTheMorning Single drops Friday," she captioned the image which highlighted Lopez's muscular physique.

The "Hustlers" star's hair was styled in a lob and Lopez's only accessory was her huge diamond ring from fiancé Alex Rodriguez. The photo was taken by famed photographers Mert & Marcus.

Her fans went into a frenzy in the comments section. "This cover is bold and beautiful," one person wrote.

"If this doesn’t break the internet nothing will," wrote fitness expert Tracy Anderon. 

Gushed another fan, "The baddest chick in the game!!!!"

"Goals and respect for life. So many years have gone by and yet, here you are continuing to be better every year. That’s inspiring!" complimented someone else. 

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"Are you kidding me???" joked a fan. 

Jennifer Lopez bared all for the cover art of her newest single ‘In The Morning.’
(Emma McIntyre /AMA2020/Getty Images for dcp)

Recently, Lopez spoke about being a role model for young boys and girls. 

"As a Latina and as a woman, we have to work twice as hard to get the opportunities, sometimes my big dreams and my ambitions, it made the people around me nervous," she said while accepting the People's Icon of 2020 accolade during the E! People's Choice Awards earlier this month. 

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"The true measure is inspiring girls in all ages and all colors, from all over the world, to know you can do whatever want, as many things as you want and to be proud of who you are no matter where you come from," Lopez described. "I want them to know your dreams are limited only by your imagination, determination and their willingness to never give up."

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