The trailer for Jennifer Lopez's new Netflix documentary Halftime has just been released.
If you're interested in a behind the scenes look at the life of a mega-star, we reckon you'll really enjoy this documentary.
The video opens with JLo telling her backup dancers, "part of being a great performer is being aware."
We watch as she shows off her dance moves and teaches her dancers, "It's not just about if you're getting off with the step, it's about if we're getting off with the step."
Footage off her life in the limelight is shown on screen as we hear her say, "I lived in the public eye."
"I really believed a lot of what they said."
Old interviews of reporters calling her a, "diva," and a, "serial bride," are echoed in the trailer.
Then, an interviewer asks her, "How do you feel about your butt?" JLo reacts, "You did not just ask me that." "I did," he retorts.
We also see Jimmy Kimmel criticising her singing ability on his talk show, and footage of paparazzi hounding her and Ben Affleck.
Ben, her fiancé, appears on camera, "I said to her, 'doesn't this bother you?' And she said, 'I expected this.'"
Then, the reviews for her movie Hustlers come in, and Jennifer is devastated to see the film has been slated by critics.
"It was hard. I just had a really low self esteem. I had to really figure out who I was," Jennifer reflects.
"And believe in that, and not believe in anything else."
Watch the full trailer here:
Halftime is out June 14th.