Jennifer Lopez is real, even when talking about her most infamous fashion moment.
In a new interview for Vogue’s 73 Questions, Lopez reveals that she is as fond of her iconic red carpet look as the rest of the world.
When asked to describe her “favorite look of all time,” the Bronx-born singer says, “I think people would think it’s the green Versace dress ’cause it’s the most famous,” before adding, “but I would have to probably say it’s too hard to choose.”
The mom of two, 53, goes on to tell Vogue the only difference between California and the Bronx is “the size of my closet” and describes her personal style as “kind of relaxed and tomboyish but with a little bit of sexy in it.”
The Super Bowl performer first rocked the memorable green Versace gown at the Grammys in 2000 before closing the Versace runway show 19 years later at age 50 in a subtly different version of the dress that made her a star.
Since its debut, the print has inspired sneakers and a matching pants set.
In 2019, the “Hustlers” star revealed in YouTube series “Moments of Fashion” that her Grammys fashion moment came together at the last minute since she was busy shooting the “Wedding Planner.”
Lopez was only given a choice between two dresses, and one was “the Versace jungle-print dress,” which had already been worn by three other people, including Sandra Bullock, Geri Halliwell and designer Donatella Versace.
Despite worries that her “boobs were gonna pop out onstage” she chose the plunging gown and made fashion history, spawning Google Image search because so many people were hunting for photos of the ab-baring dress.
When she closed the Versace show in an altered version of the sultry style in 2019, even Anna Wintour was seen smiling while giving Lopez a standing ovation.