J. Lo drops two music videos overnight featuring Maluma

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:27 | 09/25/20

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Transcript for J. Lo drops two music videos overnight featuring Maluma
Right now it's time for "Pop news" with Lara. Hey, Lara. Hi, you guys. Good morning to you. We're going to get right into it with some new music that will have you dancing this weekend. I guarantee it. J. Lo dropping not one, but two new videos overnight, both collaborations with Latin music star. The first one is called "Lonely," and the other one is a dance number. Take a look at J. Lo. Yeah, baby. Shake it. The music video for the song "Lonely" follows the same characters and tells the story of a couple and their forbidden relationship. J. Lo, look at her. She is so spectacular. Everybody talking about how gorgeous she looked. He's also by the way making beautiful music with maluma on the big screen. The two are starring in the upcoming film called "Marry me," and these will be on the sound track. She is quite the businesswoman. That's scheduled to be released this coming Valentine's day weekend. Can't wait to see it and listen this weekend. Michael B. Jordan is in the news this morning. He's partnering with Lyft to give free rides in underserved communities. His outlier fellowship service is joining forces with Lyft's charitable program called Lyft up, and that gives people of color and any recent grads access to free rides for employment-related destinations like job interviews, internships, career counseling. Jordan saying, quote, reliable transportation is off taken for granted. It takes a critical role in to riding to an interview the first day and every day after. He goes on to say, he hopes the program will alleviate some of the transportation barriers young professionals deal with in undersourced communities. What a great idea. And finally on this Friday, some special correspondence with the tooth fairy. Lucas was on vacation in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina earlier this summer. He's so cute. So his loose tooth fell out in the ocean and like any smart kid, he decided to write the tooth fairy, but wrote it in a message in a bottle. Guess what, guys? She wrote back. A month later, Lucas got a letter at his home. Apparently the tooth fairy lives in Dayton, Ohio. Good news. Mermaids found your tooth and they gave it to me. They wanted you to have this shark tooth to remember your vacation. Brush your teeth two times a day to keep them pretty for me. Flossing is good tooth. This mysterious tooth fairy sending along that special gift that Lucas absolutely adores. There he is wearing it. His mom writing on Facebook, wish I could find the person who found our message in a bottle and tell them how appreciative we are of their gift, their kindness and their love to spread tooth fairy cheer. She goes on to say, wish we had more of this unknowing generosity. Imagine how much happier we would all be. On that happy note, guys, happy Friday. Riva is especially happy today. Relaxed.

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