Jennifer Lopez Closes Runway Show in Green Versace Dress

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The 50-year-old Hustlers star - now riding a strong wave of Oscar buzz after her Lorene Scafaria-directed film debuted to enthusiastic reviews at the Toronto International Film Festival - stormed the Versace runway Friday at Milan Fashion Week, strutting past attendees in an updated version of her iconic palm-print dress from the 2000 Grammys. "So the day after the Grammy's, we started work on a new type of visual search engine that put images front and center; Google Images", the company stated.

Jennifer Lopez shows what an evergreen star she has become after almost 20 years on the fashion block - in a dress echoing a daring frock from 19 years ago. So it's been a minute. She sashayed her way to the ramp in a revamped version of her iconic green jungle dress.

The audience was enthralled.

This wasn't the only proof of Lopez's larger-than-life cultural impact at Versace's jungle-inspired collection this season; early on in the show, models walked to her hit song, "My Love Don't Cost a Thing". Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour had "an uncharacteristic grin on her face", as she joined the crowd in giving the singer a standing ovation, the New York Post's Page Six reported.

See J. Lo storm the Versace runway in all her glory below.

While the people watching Lopez in action stood to applaud her and snap photos of the memorable moment, fans everywhere quickly took to Twitter. Sign up here for Yahoo Entertainment & Lifestyle's newsletter.

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