Ain’t It Funny, the music video by Jennifer Lopez, directed by Herb Ritts and filmed in sepia tone opens with Lopez traveling on a road where she finds a fortune-teller who shows Lopez her future with the cards. The video debuted the week of July 2, 2001 internationally and in the autumn of 2001 in the U.S.
A group of female gypsies (one of them played by former Pussycat Dolls member Carmit Bachar) shows up and makes over Lopez so as to make her one of their own. Then Lopez finds a man (played by Mexican soap opera actor Eduardo Verástegui) she could not resist, falling in love with him. In the middle of the video, there is an extended dance sequence, in which she performs a flamenco-influenced routine. Eventually all the people there start dancing together, including Lopez and her lover.
Jennifer Lopez- Ain’t It Funny