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Jennifer Lopez Goes Viral With No More Tears (Enough is Enough)

by | 5th, April 2010

READY for the Jennifer Lopez shocker? Back in the late 70s when two two golden-throated divas – Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer – ducked into a recording studio to duet a song called No More Tears (Enough is Enough), there was no such thing as a digital do-over.

Fast forward 31 years.

It’s become an age of high tech voice recording, where anybody can be made to sound good. Even, for example, Jennifer Lopez.

Well, apparently La Lopez pissed off the wrong audio engineer during a recording session for her most recent album, ’cause he’s posted part of it on YouTube, without benefit of the digital bells & whistles that have enhanced her voice in the past.

The sound is posted on YouTube udner the title: “Jennifer Lopez MAJOR FAIL – Engineer Releases Scratch Meant for TRASH!” Only, well, it isn’t that bad – the feeling here is that this is a big of viral PR to help relaunch Lopez’s song. Spite travels well on the web, so the thing has already been watched hudnreds of thousands of times.

Here it is. The problem is that it’s not bad enough to be memorable. Lopez is neither sweary nor funny enough. Some bad language:

– Spotter and reporter RR



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