Jennifer Lopez has got her groove back. After a dramatic return to the spotlight -- due in large part to "American Idol" -- the pop diva drops her long-stalled album "Love?" today (May 3), ushering in her first full-length release since 2008's "Brave."
Lopez's life is anything but tumultuous these days -- she's got a full-time day job as "Idol's" judge and resident glamour icon, and she's a mother to twins and wife to fellow Latin superstar Marc Anthony. But on her seventh studio album, the singer/dancer/actress/entrepreneur channels the J.Lo of the early aughts, tackling love as a phenomenon that's always evolving, growing, fading and rife for debate.
Lopez recruited plenty of hitmakers to help craft "Love?," including R&B boundary-pushers The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, Norwegian duo Stargate and none other than Lady Gaga, who boasts two credits on the album ("Invading My Mind" and "Hypnotico"). Gaga's frequent collaborator RedOne also produced the set's lead single, "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull), which helped kick-start Lopez's musical comeback with a top 10 debut on the Billboard Hot 100.