A conservative group says that the music video shows how desperate J.Lo is 'to retain her fame despite her fading relevance.'
Jennifer Lopez comes under fire for her steamy music video supporting single "Dance Again". Calling the clip "skanky," Dan Gainor from conservative-based Media Research Center's Culture Media Institute also blasts "American Idol" for premiering the material that's inappropriate for children.
"Jennifer Lopez's skanky new video shows how desperate she is to retain her fame despite her fading relevance," the group's vice president of business and culture told RadarOnline. He additionally said to Gossip Cop, "[It] is a typical example of why parents have found there are few family-friendly programs on TV."
Commenting on the video content, Dan blasted, "A video filled with an enormous orgy scene of dozens of people groping one another serves as a backdrop for such high-class lyrics as 'Let me open your treasure chest'." He added, "Such sexualized videos aren't appropriate for any children to watch, including Lopez's own twins."
The "Dance Again" music video debuted on "American Idol" result show last week. It's jam-packed with raunchy footage which highlights J.Lo's PDAs with her dancer boyfriend Casper Smart. They flirt in a sexy gravity-defying scene before grinding and bumping to each other in a seductive dance number.