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Shakira shows off her curves in ’80s-inspired music video

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Shakira took a web page of out Jane Fonda’s e-book for her newest music video.

The Colombian songstress and the Black Eyed Peas dropped their 1980s-inspired visible mission for his or her track, “Woman Like Me,” on Friday.

Shakira, 43, confirmed off her dance strikes in a blue headband, pink crop prime, black bikini bottoms with suspenders, leg heaters and white sneakers that seemed precisely like what Fonda used to put on in her previous exercise movies.

“New video, ‘Woman Like Me’ with the Black Eyed Peas!” Shakira captioned a clip on social media. “I had a lot enjoyable with this one — hope you guys love watching as a lot as we did capturing!”

BEP member Will.i.am revealed on YouTube that he and Shakira first created the track again in 2008. “Woman Like Me” is presently a part of the band’s new album “Translation.”

Entertainment Tonight spoke with Will.i.am and fellow bandmates Apl.de.ap and Taboo earlier this yr about working with the Latin celebrity.

I believed I used to be a perfectionist … Shakira is on a completely completely different degree!” Will.i.am revealed. “She comes with notes, and it is superior. However she does it in a really light, humble, candy method, to the place you simply wanna please all of her considerations. And that takes a very expert negotiator, a fantastic collaborator. It was a pleasure to work along with her.”

The music producer additionally talked about how various BEP is and why he is excited to be transferring into the Latin music area.

“Like, Black Eyed Peas is a black group. You bought two black guys and a Latin, and that’s as city because it will get,” Will.i.am stated. “We’re switching genres … aiming at completely different demographics and succeeding in each method. So it feels actually good to have success and to collaborate with nice artists like J Balvin, Maluma and Ozuna on this new Translation file.”

Hassan Zia is an accomplished News writer & working journalist in the industry for over 5 years. At Pakistan print media he established his skills in writing and publishing multiple news stories of daily reporting beats ranging from crime, drama, business, entertainment. An activist at heart Zia believes in sensitizing audiences on issues of social justice and equality. Using powerful technique of storytelling on humanistic themes: women, children, labor, peace & diversity etc. his work underpins the causes he’s concerned about. Besides being known for his activism and community work Zia is also associated with renowned universities as a visiting faculty member for over 3 years now. His academic background is a Masters in Mass in Communication.