Jennifer Lopez responds to Bruno Mars and Cardi B’s ‘Finesse’ with In Residing Color throwback

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Jennifer Lopez has considered Bruno Mars and Cardi B‘s “Finesse” music video and her reaction changed into once stuffed with nostalgia.

The singer, forty eight, shared a throwback video of her time as a Fly Ladies dancer on In Residing Color on Instagram Thursday.

Mars and Cardi B’s music video is a dedication to the ’90s sketch comedy sequence In Residing Color, created by Keenen Ivory Wayans, which helped pave the system for minority performers in Hollywood and Lopez changed into once a proud member.

“#TBT #inlivingcolor #onceaflygirlalwaysaflygirl#killingitsinceforever #finesse #jlo,” Lopez captioned the video.

The well-liked Fly Ladies lineup changed into once made up of Cari French, Deidre Lang, Lisa Marie Todd, Michelle Whitney-Morrison and longtime Dancing with the Stars non-public shut Carrie Ann Inaba. Lopez joined the display as a dancer in the zero.33 season.

Dilapidated The Test panelist and actress Rosie Perez changed into once the choreographer for the first four seasons.

Mars, 32, shared his resulting from Cardi B, 25, on Instagram Thursday with a selfie of them both.

“I met cardi B at 3 am after my display in Los angeles the help of the curtain the save we recorded her verse for Finesse. She walked in the room and he or she changed into once every little thing I’d hope she’d be,” Mars wrote.

“Never change cardi! Don’t let this crazy music industry change who you would additionally very successfully be. You posses one thing that can’t be taught. You’re a appropriate big name. Thank you for placing your vitality and love far and wide this document and video. I hope you certainly feel better rapidly on story of we got some celebrating to slay. All americans display ya love for the one and simplest CARDI B! #Finesse,” he continued.

The five-time Grammy winner and the rapper launched their first collaboration collectively half-hour before its heart of the evening delivery on Thursday.

At the foundation launched on Mars’ 2016 album, 24K Magic, the track — co-written and produced by the Stereotypes — has a brand new jack-swing impressed beat and heaps drums.

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