Following Jennifer Lopez‘s foray into music with “On the 6″ in 1999, her second (and most successful) album, “J.Lo,” nearly suffered the ill-fated sophomore slump.
The actress-turned-singer was at the height of her career, coming off the box-office smash The Wedding Planner, opposite Matthew McConaughey, and a hilarious turn as a Saturday Night Live host. At the same time, J.Lo’s first single, “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” topped the charts, peaking at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 on the Mainstream Top 40.