Jennifer Lopez helped Donatella Versace and Versace celebrate the 20th anniversary of the iconic green dress she wore to the 2000 Grammys by walking in the finale of Versace's Spring 2020 show in Milan just days ago. Lopez strutted down the runway in a replica of the original look, much to the delight of those in attendance as well as everyone who witnessed the moment via social media.

To further mark the occasion, J-Lo recently got together with Vogue to discuss the dress and how she came to wear it. Lopez reveals that prior to her sporting the green Versace dress, it was already worn by the likes of Donatella Versace and one of the Spice Girls. She also informs that while eye opening to much of the world, she didn't feel that it was particularly risqué at the time. Elsewhere in the video Lopez touches on how her 2000 Grammys appearance spawned the creation of Google Images, in addition to meeting Donatella Versace.

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