Remember back in 2000, when Jennifer Lopez first wore her iconic green Versace dress to the Grammys?

Well Jennifer, who is now 50, can still fit the dress, and she's still SLAYING in it too. 

Jennifer revived the dress - or at least the modern version of the dress - at Versace's S/S 2020. And the pics of Jen wearing the dress have already been viewed more than 20 million times on social media.

The 50-year-old singer/actress/producer closed out the Versace spring 2020 runway show in Milan, Italy on Friday. The show, at Milan Fashion Week, paid homage to both the original dress, and to Jennifer.

Vogue reports that the final few models in the show walked the catwalk to Lopez's 2001 song Love Don't Cost a Thing, before a montage of Google Image searches for the original Grammy's dress was projected on to the walls.

Why the Google Images reference? Because former Google CEO Eric Schmidt revealed in an interview that he created Google Images, because of Jennifer and the  dress. The CEO explained that there were so many searches for photos of the dress afterwards, it inspired them to create Google Images.


InStyle magazine editor Laura Brown caught the moment. "You’re welcome," she captioned the video.

Meanwhile, JLo took to social media and celebrated the special event. "So this just happened.. @donatella_versace #jungledress @versace #stillgoingstrong #20yearanniversary #catwalk," she wrote.

And because of the dress' status in pop culture history, the folks behind the scenes at online fast-fashion retailer Fashion Nova re-created the legendary look as a 2019 Halloween costume.