Jennifer Lopez may still be basking in the glow of performing at last week's Biden-Harris inauguration, but it seems like the attention may have gone to her head a little.

The pop star and actress is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her second album 'J.Lo', and took to social media to share a new clip with fans - a recreation of her 'Love Don't Cost a Thing' video.

The song, of course, sees her shun all the trappings of being rich, and the accompanying video sees her discarding things like expensive handbags and jewellery as she walks and drives along a beach.

The new recreation also sees the 51-year-old walking along a beach and throwing her jewellery and fancy coat away - and she's turned it into a Tik Tok-style challenge by encouraging fans to do the same for the #LoveDontCostAThingChallenge.

However, she probably wasn't expecting a backlash from fans on such a major scale - as many have criticised the star, who is said to be worth $400 million, for being tone-deaf in the midst of a pandemic when money is tight for many.

See some of the reactions below: