Jennifer Lopez, 50, was the talk of Milan Fashion Week.
The curvaceous performer, who is currently receiving rave reviews for her performance in stripper move Hustlers, completely stole the show at the Versace Spring/Summer 2020 presentation.
J.Lo revived the iconic Versace dress, which she wore 19 years ago to the Grammys.
Jennifer closed the show in style in the vibrant green number, which featured numerous racy cut-outs.
It boasted a severely plunging neckline, which teased at her ample assets and a cut-out back, which was slashed to her famous booty.
The sleeveless leaf-print number was a reimagined version of the ensemble J.Lo wore to the Grammys back in 2000.
Ensuring she captured the full essence of her original look, J.Lo also pulled her hair back into a high ponytail, showing off her model-esque cheekbones.
Her iconic number certainly provoked a lot of reaction, with the FROW excitedly snapping J.Lo's catwalk presentation.
Halfway through Jennifer's walk, the brunette bombshell was joined by Donatella Versace.
Jennifer's original Versace dress sparked the invention of Google images 19 years ago.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt previously revealed there were so many searches for photos of the dress afterwards, it inspired them to create Google Images.
Footage of Jennifer wearing the remodelled modern version has been viewed more than two million times on social media.
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