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B&B's Jacqueline MacInnes Wood debuts new music video!

Photo Credit: Gilles Toucas

Photo Credit: Gilles Toucas

Seems like someone at B&B has been working, “After Hours”!  Yup, the beautiful Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy) has just released her first music video of her dance tune, “After Hours” under the name Jacqui Mac!

Jacqueline has teamed up with her long time Fashion Stylist/Song Writer Chaz E. Foley to create her first dance track, “After Hours” which is now available on iTunes and Ring Tones. So make sure to download it so you can do some heavy cardio to it!

Watch the video after the jump, and listen to the track and let us know what you think?  Do you think Jacqui Mac could be the next club sensation with a soap opera twist?

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Elizabeth Wood
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Elizabeth Wood

She is a great actress but I’m not liking her singing I mean she is good but I don’t like it maybe its the song!!

Michelle
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Michelle

I LOVE Jacqueline’s video and song, I watch her as Steffy on B&B and she is such a great actress, Wood has talent by the truckload! Good job!

jerrica
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jerrica

ummmm..eh?

Scott
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Scott

She really is talented, but the verses just don’t match her. She needs more stuff like the chorus that flatter her voice.

ethel
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ethel

i am not impressed at all with this video…………..sorry

hummingbird
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hummingbird

I think Jackie is a GORGEOUS & very talented woman, but I think you song is cheesy. Whatever was behind chosing that song for her music video should be called into the boss’s office for that mess. YIKES!

Mo
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Mo

It’s strange. I kept waiting for her to sing, but she was just speaking. I can’t even call it rapping. So I thought, maybe she doesn’t have a good voice. It did seem like she was singing during the chorus and she sounded okay, so what gives? I’m not buying.

Jenna
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Jenna

It’s not for me, Michael. Thanks for sharing, though.

I don’t care for her character, Steffy … at all. I tried to be impartial, but I didn’t care for her video either. And what is with the smoking? Isn’t that stuff kind of taboo these days?

denisefan
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denisefan

Tacky, tacky, shame on Jacqui.

Christine Milligan
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Christine Milligan

I guess she doesn’t know how to dance since she just leaned on the wall or flopped on the couch. Just looked slutty to me.

kay killgore
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kay killgore

Sorry but as Madonna proved Sunday night there is only one Madonna! And this is nothing against the actress but a few acting classes you need before you even attempt this.

steve
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steve

She actually looks like a woman in the above photo. Good for you.

Pam
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Pam

Jacqueline MacInnes Wood reminds me of Courtney Stodden…is she fearing her voice isn’t good enough? Just in case she has to dress and act shoddy

GTheresa
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GTheresa

Good video, its gonna get better and better. Acting is more for her though, she is my favorite on The Bold and Beautiful. Thumbs up for Jacqueline she is determined to try everything to be a successful star..i luv her.

superchick
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superchick

I like her alot, but what the HELL is the smoking all about, You could be cool WITHOUT the SMOKE

Mary
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Mary

Simple , easy song I guess for the 1st time. Very nice look but plz the smoking in the video is cheesy . P.s I liked the fashion in the clip a lot. Good try 1st time.

payjani
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payjani

thank god I dont have to listen but once. this sounds like 2 songs they pasted together an it is just short of awful. Please just keep acting YOUR voice is not bad but this video is BAD.

smack
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smack

she is trashy on the show and the video. I think it looked more like a modeling show than a music video. You can see that she thinks she is all that and she is pretty but that is a turn off. I think she should let the music idea go.

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