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J.Lo and Pitbull were filming a clip for "Live It Up" at the Fort Lauderdale Beach Park Sunday night when the shots were heard nearby. The Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel reports that the singer was secured in her car immediately as Fort Lauderdale police were called to investigate the incident in a parking long just north of the set.
According to the newspaper, no evidence of a shooting was found, and there were no witnesses or injuries.
"Entertainment Tonight" host Rob Marciano happened to have been on set conducting an interview with the 43-year-old star when the incident occurred.
Apparently, things on the video shoot went back to normal rather quickly, as Lopez's boyfriend and choreographer Casper Smart tweeted thanks to his girl, his dancers, and other crew members early Monday morning.
Omg! has reached out to J.Lo's reps for comment.