It’s Hard For Jennifer Lopez When She’s “Everybody’s Girl”

“Everybody’s Girl,” a fun, bouncy Euro-sounding jam from possible upcoming Glee guest star Jennifer Lopez popped up today. It’s said to be the first single off forthcoming album Love? to be released internationally, though J.Lo might want to give “Everybody’s Girl” a shot on these shores.

After all, even if it only reaches #100 in the charts, it’ll still have out-performed “Louboutins!”

“There’s no escape from the fame, to somewhere they don’t know my name,” Jenny From The Block laments over a squiggly synth hook. What’s a poor diva to do when she’s everybody’s girl?

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We kinda dig this. Rap-Up notes that “Everybody’s Girl” is produced by Mike Caren and written by Wynter Gordon, who crooned on Flo Rida’s 2009 hit “Sugar” and on “Toyfriend” from the deluxe edition of David Guetta’s One Love. (Read our interview with David Guetta here!)

Suddenly our curiosity is piqued, and we just might show Love? some love after all.