On September 21 this year,Jennifer Lopez marked the one-year anniversary of that iconic revival with an exclusive clip, showing how the gown was made.
Twenty years have passed since Jennifer Lopez broke the Internet with that iconic green Versace dress, leading to the invention of Google Images.
J.Lo wore the jungle-print, plunge-neck dress at the Grammys in 2000, then fans searched for the outfit so many times that regular Google search simply couldn’t handle it. The high demand left the company with little choice but to kick off an image-specific service, launched in July 2001.
Last year, Lopez went viral again, donning a similar gown to the dress she had worn nineteen years prior. The actress and singer looked as fierce as ever as she hit the runway for Donatella Versace at Milan Fashion Week.
Jennifer Lopez Marks One Year Since She Stole The Show In Milan
The video goes behind the scenes of several fittings, as well as capturing the moments before Lopez slayed the show in Milan.
Her appearance for Versace's 2020 Spring collection came a week after movie Hustlers, starring Lopez as Ramona Vega, was released in theaters.
The film directed by Lorene Scafaria boasted a strong female ensemble cast, including Lopez, Constance Wu, Riverdale star Lili Reinhart, and Keke Palmer, as well as cameos from Lizzo and Cardi B, among others. Lopez earned a Golden Globe nomination for her performance, but was outrageously snubbed at the Oscars.
J.Lo Mesmerized Cast And Crew On The Set Of 'Hustlers'
Earlier this month, Lopez, who is due to star in romcom Marry Me alongside Owen Wilson and singer Maluma, posted a throwback clip of one of the most memorable scenes of Hustlers.
The first meeting between Wu’s character Destiny and Lopez’s Ramona takes place at the strip club where they both work. Ramona is the star of the place, loved by all regulars, and it doesn’t take long to understand why she is so popular. As Ramona dances to Fiona Apple’s Criminal and ecstatic customers throw dollar bills at her, Destiny is absolutely mesmerized, and so is the audience.
In her Instagram stories, Lopez shared a clip capturing the moments after she performed the now famous pole dance routine, which required the singer to train with a Cirque Du Soleil artist Johanna Sapaki for two months prior to filming.
In the video, Scafaria congratulates Lopez, saying the pole dance looked “unreal” and “insane”.
“It looked so f***ing good,” the filmmaker added.
“Okay, I feel like crying a little bit,” Lopez said to the camera.