The visuals, which is released in the latest episode of 'World of Dance', features the Bronx diva showcasing her stunning pole dancing skill as well as reading people's fortune.

AceShowbiz - The music video for Jennifer Lopez's new single "Medicine" has finally arrived for your viewing pleasure. Released during the Sunday, April 7 episode of "World of Dance" as promised, the visuals sees the 49-year-old Bronx diva enjoying a quite fancy carnival with a group of female companion.

In the four-minute video, Jennifer is seen doing various things at the carnival, from riding a carousel in a sparkling white jumpsuit to reading other people's fortune inside a booth. In the midst of that, she still manages to take a glamorous selfie with her phone. At one point during the clip, Jennifer offers a stunning pole dancing performance surrounded by several women who play on the piano.

Her collaborator, French Montana, appears near the end of the music video, delivering his verse. Making things a little bit quirky, a headless French can be seen holding his head as he calmly spits, "They drive you, Uptown, baby/ Shawty, you, Heaven-sent, yeah, my medicine/ Movin' on up, George Jefferson/ South Bronx where it happen."

"Medicine" marks Jennifer's first release under Hitco Entertainment as well as her third time collaborating with French. The pair previously teamed up on "Same Girl" and "I Luh Ya Papi", which were all released in 2014.

Jennifer is currently gearing up for her upcoming tour "It's My Party: The Live Celebration", which is a nod to mark the milestone of her turning 50 this year. The concert tour, which was first announced on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", is scheduled to begin on June 7 at the Forum in Inglewood and conclude on July 26 at American Airlines Arena in Miami. The "On the Floor" singer will then head to Tel Aviv, Israel for an additional show at Hayarkon Park on August 1.

Tickets for the tour went on sale to general public starting from March 29.

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