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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Jennifer Lopez and beau in 'steamy orgy scene'

Jennifer Lopez, Casper Smart

Jennifer Lopez and her boyfriend get "hot and steamy [at an] orgy" in her new music video.

The 42-year-old performer and her 24-year-old dancer beau have been dating each other for a few months following Jennifer's split from estranged husband Marc Anthony.

In her new video Dance Again, Jennifer shows half-naked Casper just how passionately she feels for him.

"There's a hot and steamy, sexy scene in the video where J. Lo, Casper and the dancers are on the floor pawing at each other," a source told Us Weekly.

"They're very scantily clad [in the] orgy scene."

Stills from the video released earlier this week showed Casper shirtless and blindfolded with the words "Love is blind" written on the black cloth veiling his eyes.

Casper then ties the blindfold around the mother-of-two's eyes for the provocative shoot.

Casper and Jennifer have been seen all over the world together and the Hollywood star, who has been married three times, is said to be head over heels for him.

This is not the first time that Jennifer has had a lover in one of her videos. Her ex-fiancé Ben Affleck made a cameo in Jenny From the Block.

Dance Again premieres on Jennifer's TV show American Idol Thursday night.

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