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==Critical Response==
 
==Critical Response==
"(What Is) Love?" received generally positive acclaim from music critics.
 
 
The song received a positive review from Digital Spy's Robert Copsey, who although stating that it isn't any "we haven't heard before," Lopez carries "it off with her unrivalled glamour and effortless sophistication."
 
 
He concluded by stating that the song was worthy of a standalone release.
 
 
Monica Herrera from Billboard commented that on the song, Jennifer channels "''J.Lo circa 2003.''"
 
 
Herrera added the song would have been "''slayed if the gender had been flipped''" and it had been sung by Justin Bieber.
 
 
Joey Guerra from the Houston Chronicle said that Jennifer uses "(What Is) Love?" (and the album cut "Starting Over") to play the jilted lover.
 
 
US Weekly noted the song's lyrics to be pointing "''a few fingers''" at Lopez's previous relationships, seen in the line dissing "''blind dates''" and the declaration of: "''Musicians are the worst.''"
 
 
 
==Personnel==
 
==Personnel==
 
*Jim Annunziato: audio engineer & vocal recording engineer
 
*Jim Annunziato: audio engineer & vocal recording engineer
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