Jennifer Lopez Responds to Confusion Over the 'Orange Drink' She Mentions in Viral Video About Her Bodega Order

"I know that there was a lot of talk about it," the singer said of the mysterious beverage

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty; Little Hug/Walmart</p> Jennifer Lopez; Little Hug orange drink

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Jennifer Lopez; Little Hug orange drink

Jennifer Lopez set the record straight on that orange drink from her childhood.

In 2022, Lopez recalled her "go-to" bodega order in a "73 Questions" interview with Vogue, saying it was "ham and cheese on a roll with an orange drink, if you know you know." Her comments recently resurfaced on social media, leaving people confused over the orange beverage.

The "Jenny from the Block" singer — who just announced her Delola Light Margarita cocktail — finally cleared the air in an interview with Harper's Bazaar on Wednesday, May 29.

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"Haha, I know that there was a lot of talk about it,” Lopez said when asked about the mysterious beverage. "But the orange drink was basically... it’s just a plain orange drink. It came in a little plastic container with a little bit of aluminum foil over it. And it wasn’t called anything except orange drink or grape drink or whatever.”

<p>Darren Gerrish/Getty</p> Jennifer Lopez

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Jennifer Lopez

She continued to say that the drink came in orange, grape, and fruit punch flavors.

"And that’s why I said, 'If you know you know,' because you bought it in the bodega and I used to go after school and get that for like... I mean, this is many, many years ago, it was worth 25 cents, and I got it with a bag of potato chips. And that was like my after-school treat for myself," said Lopez.

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The Atlas actress didn't recall the brand of the beverage, but many have speculated that its Little Hug Fruit Barrels, Sunny-D, Fanta, or Jarritos orange soda — though, only Little Hug is packaged with a foil lid like Lopez described.

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Lopez is celebrating another exciting drink: her own! She unveiled her ready-to-drink brand's new flavor, Light Margarita, in an Instagram video. The announcement clip showed her strutting towards two glasses of Delola while wearing a sexy two-piece green ensemble.

"Whether you’re bringing a bottle to a BBQ during the warmer months or entertaining and gifting for get-togethers, the convenience and elegance of Delola Cocktails frees you up so you have more time to spend with friends and family," she said in a statement.

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<p>House of Delola</p> Jennifer Lopez with her new Delola Light Margarita

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Jennifer Lopez with her new Delola Light Margarita

In an interview with PEOPLE in 2023, Lopez spoke about launching Delola and how the company aligns with her lifestyle. "I think as I've kind of gotten to be less of a workaholic and enjoy life a little bit more…it was something that I really, really wanted to do," she said.

Along with Light Margarita, the brand carries three other lower-calorie cocktails: Bella Berry, L'Orange Spritz and Paloma Rosa.

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