Jennifer Lopez just walked the Versace runway in a recreation of THAT Grammy's gown
It's been almost 20 years since she first wore it.
Jennifer Lopez brought back that iconic Grammy's dress as she closed the Versace Spring 2020 show in Milan fashion week.
The 50-year-old left guests stunned as she emerged in recreation of the jungle-themed silk chiffon dress she wore back in 2000.
There are a few difference between the two gowns - namely, the added embroidering and the fact that the dress is now sleeveless.
According to Vogue, there were a few nods to both the OG dress and Lopez herself throughout Friday's show.
Some of the final few models walked the catwalk to Lopez's 2001 hit Love Don't Cost A Thing, before a montage of Google Image searches looking for the original dress was played.
After walking the runway once, Lopez emerged a second time - this time, with Donatella Versace.
The designer spoke about the impact of the now-iconic jungle dress following the fashion show.
According to Vogue, she revealed that the two of them had come up with the cameo when they met at this year's Met Ball.
“The world stopped, everyone wanted to look at that dress.... I’m proud we inspired Google Images.
“You know when I do something, I really do it.”
Lopez first wore the jungle-themed dress to the Grammy Awards in February 2000.
The BBC report ex Google CEO Eric Schmidt later said there had been so many people searching for the dress afterwards, that they were inspired to create Google Images.