There are many reasons to criticise Jennifer Lopez's new single. Most notably, it's essentially a retread of last year's 'On The Floor' that once again employs RedOne for a latino-pop melody and Pitbull for a second nonsensical spoken-word section that calls his sanity into question. Even the accompanying music video feels like a rehash, with the plot consisting of little more than Lopez's unrivalled beauty.
So why do we still love it so much? Because it's J Lo doing what J Lo does best. It may lack the overwhelming immediacy of its parent hit, but it's not for want of trying its absolute hardest. "I love to make love to you baby," she purrs over pulsing, club-ready beats, before launching into a whirlwind of a chorus where she instructs us to "dance, love and dance again". The result is exactly what you'd expect, and it's all the better for it.