Ellen DeGeneres Brought Back J.Lo’s Green Versace Dress To Convince Her That She Could Do The Show

“Why do you hate me?”

Ellen DeGeneres was in Las Vegas recently and, of course, she had to stop by and surprise Jennifer Lopez before her show. It was as awkward as you would expect. First, DeGeneres showed up wearing a version of J.Lo’s infamous green Versace Grammys dress and asked if it was an outfit we could expect to see in the show. J.Lo let her down easy with a solid “no” because obviously, that outfit isn’t coming back. What followed was DeGeneres doing her best to convince J.Lo to allow her to be the understudy for the show. J.Lo explained to DeGeneres why there are no understudies at concerts.

J.Lo: “There are no understudies in these types of shows.”

DeGeneres: “You’re in denial.”

J.Lo: “No. It’s just that it’s called ‘Jennifer Lopez: All I Have.'”

DeGeneres: “About that… Right.”

J.Lo: “So it’s hard for it to be like Jennifer Lopez but it’s not Jennifer Lopez, it’s Ellen.”

DeGeneres: “‘Jennifer Lopez: All I Have Is Ellen.’ That’s if it happens.”

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Shakira Is So Famous In Comparison To Trevor Noah, They Don't Even Notice Him When They Stop In Barcelona On 'Carpool Karaoke'


Shakira Is So Famous In Comparison To Trevor Noah, They Don’t Even Notice Him When They Stop In Barcelona On ‘Carpool Karaoke’

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Credit: Shakira/ YouTube

“Nobody can resist it, Shakira.”

A few weeks back, Shakira released a trailer for her Apple Music Carpool Karaoke episode with Trevor Noah. The duo went to Barcelona, where Shakira is clearly huge and, well, Noah, not so much. They sang a few of Shakira’s hits, including “Hips Don’t Lie” and “Wherever, Whenever.” Eventually, they got out to greet fans who swarmed Shakira, which resulted in Noah feeling a little left out. She was a good sport about it, telling him “They were shouting Trevor, Trevor” when clearly, they weren’t. All in all, it was a fun preview, and we waited for it on pins and needles to finally drop. And it has!

James Corden released a longer two-and-a-half-minute preview of the episode.

Credit: The Late Late Show with James Corden/ YouTube

Corden, the show’s executive producer dropped the preview on his YouTube page. It features Shakira and Noah sharing their musical inspirations, such as “Zombie” by The Cranberries and Wu-Tang’s “Triumph.” The full episode is only available on Apple Music, but the preview should hold you over until you find a way to watch it. ?

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