Turn’s out that Jennifer Lopez‘s iconic green Versace dress from 2000 is just as ageless as she is.
The star served as the host of “Saturday Night Live,” where she performed her monologue, capping it off by stripping out of her tuxedo, revealing the dress she famously wore to the Grammys in 2000.
In the monologue, Lopez, 50, reflected on her exciting year, recounting her engagement, the success of her film “Hustlers” and modeling in Milan, and wearing an updated version of the green dress, known for showing plenty of skin.
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“I walked the runway in Milan, wearing a dress I wore 20 years ago,” the singer remembered.
“Some people say I look better now than I did then. I’m not bragging, that’s just, you know, gossip,” Lopez joked.
The monologue concluded with a performance of “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” alongside the Rockettes before strutting her stuff in the Donatella Versace-designed dress.
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Jennifer Lopez’s Donna Versace palm-print silk chiffon dress caused a star at the Grammy Awards in 2000. (Mirek Towski/DMI/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images, File)
She last showed off the updated version of the dress, jungle-print with a deep V-cut stretching to her waist, this past September before posing with Donatella Versace, 64, for photos.
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Lopez shared a video of her runway appearance on Instagram, captioning it: “So this just happened…”