Jennifer Lopez recently shared a sexy abs photo via her Instagram account.

In the snap, Lopez is standing in front of a mirror while wearing a white cropped top and jogger pants. She is also wearing blue and green sunglasses and taking a selfie using her red-colored iPhone. The mirror selfie has already received more than 1.3 million likes.

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After sharing her sultry snap, the actress also announced that she will be starring and producing the romantic comedy, “Second Act,” for ATX. The casting comes just weeks after Lopez returned to the set of “Shades of Blue” in New York for its upcoming third season.

But other than her sexy photos and professional engagements, Lopez also recently made headlines after rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs admitted that she was his greatest love. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight earlier this week, Combs that said that “without a doubt,” Lopez is indeed one of his greatest loves. The estranged couple was together from 1999 - 2001.

The couple was also involved in an altercation on the same year and were both charged after in relation to a shooting at a night club where three people got injured. Combs was arrested on weapons charges after fleeing the scene, and Lopez, who was with him, got arrested too. An hour later, Lopez was let go after the police officials proved she wasn’t part of the incident, according to Mirror.

Lopez and Combs also made headlines after they attended the Grammy Awards in 2000. At that time, people started commenting positively on the dress that Lopez wore to the event. Combs recently said that he believes the “World of Dance” executive producer and judge certainly deserved all of the attention she was given that night.

“I thought it was really gonna change the game for her as far as for her and fashion. I didn’t know how big it was gonna be, but it was a great moment for her. She deserved it. She is one of the fliest out there,” he said.

Combs is set to star in the documentary, “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story” in select theaters in Los Angeles and New York on June 23. The film will also be available on Apple Music on June 25.