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April 08, 2011  | by: Ashley Santucci

Jennifer Lopez

Over the weekend, Jennifer Lopez, went down to Mexico to film a music video for her newest single, “I’m Into You.” The American Idol judge wore a sexy snakeskin outfit for the shoot.

JLo tweeted a picture from the set where she is in a python-print, halter dress by Lanvin. The dress is available on Net-a-Porter.com with a hefty price tag of $5,290. She completed her outfit with a matching head scarf, tons of Lavin bangles, wedges, and sparkly earrings by Tous, a Spanish jewelry line that she represents.

Her head-to-toe snakeskin look that she wore at the Chichen Itza ruins apparently has significant meaning. An insider told Us Magazine:

“Sunday they shot at different locations around the Mayan archaeological site. There is an old Mayan tale about a snake slithering around the pyramids, so Jennifer donned a snake skin flowing dress and slithered around the ruins.”

JLo On the Set of "I'm Into You"

On Monday, they hit a nearby beach for additional footage. This time, Jennifer was seen wearing a flesh-colored bikini with metallic mini dress over the top.

That same day, she tweeted, “Great shoot, can’t wait to share it with you!!”

“I’m Into You,” is the second single off JLo’s newest album, “Love?” which is scheduled to hit the United States on April 12.  Her video for her first single, “On the Floor” was super fun, so I’m sure this one won’t disappoint. Watch the video for “On the Floor” below:

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