Jennifer Lopez Does Chichen Itzá in Ridiculously High Platform Wedge Heels

Jennifer Lopez this weekend dropped by Chichen Itzá, in the Yucatán Peninsula, to shoot part of exotic video I’m Into You, alongside rapper Lil Wayne.

But going to Chichen Itzá requires some “seamless blending with the environment” and –of course– appropriate pyramid-climbing gear, which is why the Bronx Diva climbed atop El Castillo dressed in a snakeskin outfit, a headwrap and ridiculously high platform wedge heels.

Because, you know, that’s what Mexicans do when we visit our sacred, archaeological sites.

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7 Responses to Jennifer Lopez Does Chichen Itzá in Ridiculously High Platform Wedge Heels

  1. latinita says:

    Yeah! That is exactly what I wore last time I went to Teotihuacan

  2. Taina mia says:

    Oh please she looks Fierce! Stop the jealousy and hate! Jlo’s Rockin those platforms likeonly she can!

  3. Taina mia says:

    Oh please she looks Fierce! Stop the jealousy and hate! Jlo’s Rockin those platforms like only she can!

  4. hoschi says:

    jLo is Hot 🙂

  5. Oh, only her can pull that out and of course me when I go visit for the first time in a not so far future.

  6. raptor says:

    It is amazing to think that many centuries ago civilizations were walking our planet before us. It looks to me that there were bigger civilizations than we thought. If that’s the case then they must were more advanced than we actually know about them. More discoveries will let us know them better.

    I want to share with you this music about the mystical place Chichen-Itza. The message of that music is about a CHANGE all humans must do in order to live in peace and harmony. Maybe that’s the message ancient civilizations wanted us to know.

    Arriving at Chichen-Itza 2012

    In Lak’Ech. Peace from Mexico.

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