-You’re one of
the hardest-working people, as I said earlier. Have you
had a break since Sunday? -Yeah, Monday and Tuesday.
-Yeah, right. Walk me through this.
You finish your thing. You hug Shakira. And then —
And then, what happens? You go off-stage,
and what happens? -We go off-stage, and we’re
like, “Yes, it’s over!” -Yeah.
-It was so — I don’t know. There was so much expectation
on it and so much buildup. -Do you check Twitter?
What do you do? Do you go on Instagram?
-No, no. We all went — We all like — First of all,
I’m looking for the — I’m looking for Emme. I’m looking for Alex,
who I knew was out there. And the girls, Natasha, Ella,
I’m looking for them ’cause I knew
they were down there. And I see them, and we all
start running off together. -On the field?
-On the field. They were in the audience.
-Oh! Oh, my gosh. This scene will be in the movie,
by the way. -We start running off together. We go to the trailer,
and everybody just starts, you know, celebrating,
screaming, yelling. -Oh, gosh. -You know, tears, the whole
thing. We were just so happy that it came out
exactly how we had planned and everything went well. -You’ve got to get a break soon,
because — -I do. I want one. I’m gonna take one, I think. -You have to.
-Yeah. I think it’s my time.
My time has come. -Can we talk about what we did? -Yes.
-We can? -Yes. We’re in a movie together. [ Cheers and applause ] -I play the love interest,
and — No.
[ Laughter ] -You play Jimmy Fallon. -I play me. Did I make the cut? -Yes.
-I’m not cut out of the movie? -No, you’re not
cut out of the movie, baby. You know I wouldn’t
let that happen. -Yeah, it might happen.
No, it might. It’s alright. You’re allowed to.
-No, no, no, no, no, no, no. -You sure?
It’s called “Marry Me.” -It’s called “Marry Me.”
-“Marry Me,” and oh, my gosh. -It’s about —
It’s about a pop star who winds up
marrying a random fan from the audience
at one of her concerts. -She’s onstage, picks someone
out of the audience, and marries that person. -Yes. Yes. She marries
a math teacher in the audience. The math teacher
is played by Owen Wilson. -Great director.
-Yes. -Oh, yeah. Owen Wilson is great. -He’s great.
He is great in this. -But her other co-star
is Maluma. -Maluma, exactly. -Whoo!
-Who is — Yeah. -He’s my boyfriend.
-Yeah-huh. But then he’s your husband,
yeah. That’s awesome. Kat Coiro is the director. -Yes, she is.
-Who is awesome. And the production designer,
by the way, is legendary Jane Musky. -Yes.
-And she is legendary. So I was so psyched
to even just meet her. -I know, she is…
-I was freaking out. -…amazing, amazing.
-She’s done every cool movie. -And, you know, they just, like, putting the first cut together,
you know? And I did an album
with this movie. So there’s a whole — all new
songs and all new music with it. So it’s exciting.
-Oh, really? -Yeah, yeah, it’s exciting. -You did?
-Yes. -I didn’t know
you did a full album. -Yeah.
-I didn’t know — I have like six to eight — I think like eight songs,
six or eight songs, and Maluma does
two or three, yeah. -Is there a tour
that goes with this? -Maybe? The “Marry Me” tour? -Yeah.
-You know what? I could do that.
But not this year. Not this year.
[ Laughter ] -But maybe —
-Not this year. -You have to tour
if there’s new music. I don’t know if you remember
telling me this, ’cause you and Maluma
shot a scene — You just had did the song,
and you were like, “Jimmy, it’s —
I couldn’t stop — In rehearsing,
I couldn’t stop crying. It’s the most beautiful song.” -Yeah, I love this song. Yeah.
-It’s a beautiful song. -He and I did a duet
that we do up-tempo, and in the movie,
we do it as a ballad. And it’s a great song, yeah. I can’t wait
for everybody to hear it. -But you do actually
have brand-new music that’s out officially today. -Oh, yes. I did a remix with
the Black Eyed Peas and Balvin who was in the Super Bowl
halftime show with me. -J Balvin.
-J Balvin. -“Ritmo.” -“Ritmo,” yeah.
-“Ritmo”? -I believe it’s for
the “Bad Boys” soundtrack. -“Ritmo.”
-And they did it. And then they were like,
“Let’s do a remix to it.” And they put
me and Balvin’s on it. -♪ This is the rhythm,
this is the rhythm ♪ ♪ This is the rhythm ♪
-♪ The rhythm of the night ♪ ♪ The night ♪ ♪ Oh, yeah ♪
[ Cheers and applause ] -It’s so good. Here’s a sneak peek
of “Ritmo (Remix)” from the Black Eyed Peas, J Balvin, and Jennifer Lopez.
-Please let it be — -Take a look at this. -♪ This is the rhythm, rhythm,
rhythm, rhythm, rhythm, rhythm ♪ ♪ This is the rhythm,
rhythm, rhythm, rhythm ♪ ♪ Rhythm of the night ♪ -♪ Tonight is gonna be bueno ♪
-♪ The night ♪ -♪ I’m talking no problemo ♪
-♪ Oh, yeah ♪ -♪ We party
to the extremo, baby ♪ -♪ This is the rhythm
of the night ♪ -♪ Baby, tonight’s like fuego ♪
-♪ The night ♪ -♪ We ’bout to spend
the dinero ♪ -♪ Oh, yeah ♪ -Come on. That’s how you do it
right there! “Ritmo!”
[ Cheers and applause ] Jennifer Lopez, everybody!