Back in the year 2000, pop star Jennifer Lopez had brewed a storm when she graced the Grammys red carpet. Oh, wait; it was rather her outfit that broke the internet, quite literally. JLo was sporting a sheer, barely-there jungle print Versace dress. It created such havoc that the section Google images was discovered because all the crazy fans couldn’t stop searching for Jennifer’s super-sultry outfit. However, did you know that Jennifer was of two minds over wearing the iconic green dress just before the big night?
In a video that has surfaced online, Jennifer Lopez explained how she was shocked upon the reaction her dress received, both at the red carpet and on the stage. She stated that people had gone crazy. It was also revealed that the dress was Jennifer Lopez’s stylist’s second choice for the night because he outfit was already worn by the Spice Girl Geri Halliwell and by Donatella Versace, the original creator, in the past. However, as JLo tried the dress, she wasn’t of two minds on wearing it and decided that it is the one. (ALSO READ - Jennifer Lopez And Finance Alex Rodriguez Are Gearing Up For A LIT Dance; The Hot Couple Pose For A Party)
Check out the video below:
In the clip, JLo could be heard saying, “As we start walking in, all of a sudden you start hearing a little murmur and I was like, ' I wonder who's here? What's happening? And I am looking around because it's the Grammys. I am thinking it has to be somebody famous behind us or something. And then I realise that everybody kind of starts moving and making room for us. And we hit the red carpet and it was a frenzy. I had no idea that it was about this dress.” Upon trying the dress, JLo revealed, "When I came out trying that dress and everyone was shocked and appalled, I knew it was the one.”
We are glad you didn’t change your mind, JLo!
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