Jennifer Lopez Rocks Her Famous VersaceDress & Gushes Over A-Rod EngagementOn ‘SNL


Jennifer Lopez made her return to the Saturday Night Live stage after a nine-year hiatus and the New York native was right at home! The 50-year-old revealed that she’s had her best year ever and got what every Bronx girl dreams of — “proposed to by a yankee” — meaning her sexy fiancee Alex Rodriguez, 44! “I had the biggest movie I’ve ever had — and got a lap dance from Cardi B…I’m about to perform in the Super Bowl half time show,” she continued, then added, ““I rocked the runway in a Versace dress I wore 20 years ago…and I turned 50.” A man’s head in the audience exploded at the revelation, and we don’t blame him! Jen looked absolutely incredible in a black suit with a wide-legged pant and bow-tie, but stripped down to that iconic green Versace Dress after an amazing Broadway rendition of “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town.” Her motto at the end of the monologue? “The best is yet to come” — um, yes!

The holidays are surely going to be a special time for Jen as she celebrates with Alex, her twins Max and Emme, 11, and Alex’s daughters Natasha, 15, and Ella, 11! Though Alex and Jen have yet to setting a wedding date since getting engaged back in March due to their busy schedules, they have discussed the possibility of having more kids!

Jennifer’s SNL appearance coincides with her awards season campaign for the critically acclaimed film Hustlers, where she plays sexy stripper Ramona at the height of the 2008 economic recession. With club profits (and tips) on the decline, she quickly devises a scheme with Costance Wu‘s Destiny to keep the cash coming in! Jen’s SNL appearance marks her third at Studio 8H as host: she made her debut in 2001 where she performed her iconic hits “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” and “Play” ahead of the release of The Wedding Planner, and pulled double duty again in 2010 to promote romcom The Back-Up Plan, making this the first-time she did not appear as musical guest.


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