JLo's dress that wrote history!

Jennifer Lopez in the new documentary recalled the legendary green dress. She is not the first woman to wear it, and because of it the 'internet crashed'.

JLo's dress that wrote history!

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Jennifer Lopez's documentary 'Half Time' was recently released on Netflix, in which, among other things, we can see her preparations for her appearance at the Super Bowl halftime . In addition to preparing for the performance, Jennifer also remembered the Versace dress, which made a real revolution in 2000. The documentary shows scenes from  2019 when J.Lo once again wore a more modern version of the legendary Versace creation at Milan Fashion Week. 

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Let’s go back 20 years when Jennifer appeared on the red carpet of the 42nd Grammy Awards in a green dress with tropical details. That dress went down in history later that evening. Long sleeves and an ultra-deep neckline stole all the attention of all present, but also all those who followed the broadcast through small screens. That night in 2000, J.Lo was the main topic on the Internet, as well as in 2019, when the Latino diva appeared in a more modern version of the sleeveless dress.

By the way, it is a very interesting fact that the famous 20-year-old green dress is the main culprit in the creation of the Google image search.

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'It was the most common search we've ever seen. However, we didn't have a way to give customers what they want right away - J.Lo in that dress. That's how Google Image Search was born, ' said former Google CEO Eric Schmidt in 2015.

The ‘combination’ of the green dress and Jennifer Lopez is one that is remembered even after two decades, but she is not the first famous woman to wear that dress. The dress was presented to the public by Victoria's model and member Amber Valletta on the catwalk and also she was worn by designer Donatella Versace at the Met Gala in December 1999. Prior to Jennifer, a fluttery dress with an accentuated neckline was worn by former Spice Girls member Jerry Halliwell in January 2000 at the NRJ Music Awards.

But none of these ladies managed to arouse so much public interest. J.Lo herself was surprised by the huge amount of attention that the dress caused.'It was a beautiful dress, I had no idea it was going to become so famous,' Jennifer said at the time.

The original 2000 dress remained the property of Jennifer Lopez, and two duplicates are on display in two world museums. One is on display at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles and the other in the English city of Bath, in their Fashion Museum.

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