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Jennifer Lopez Just Got Served By These Toddlers On James Corden’s Prime Time Special

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Boricua royalty Jennifer Lopez went back to her roots last night on “The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special, ” a prime time spinoff of the wildly popular “Carpool Karaoke” segment on his original late night show. Megastars such as Bruno Mars, Adele and Lopez herself have “performed” some of their biggest hits on the segment. But in this special episode, J.Lo wasn’t singing — oh no, she was performing in the medium she first started her career in: dancing.

On Monday, James Corden gave us a sneak peek of his second prime time special, which features Jennifer Lopez as one of the guests.

In addition to promoting Katy Perry’s edition of “Carpool Karaoke” (where she dishes on her beef with Taylor Swift), Corden showed us a still of his “Toddlerography” segment.

A recurring segment on Corden’s show, “Toddlerography” is as hilarious as it is adorable.

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It features toddlers teaching an improvised dance to Corden and his guest. On this go around, his guest just so happened to be the incomparable Lopez, who ended up taking cues from the unwitting babies. These babies showed up to move, though!

Just about everyone knows Lopez was one of the “Fly Girls,” the house dance troupe featured in the show “In Living Color.”

She got her start on the ’90s sketch comedy show as a dancer before the show was cancelled and she moved onto acting.

Lopez is no stranger to teaming up with Corden, having starred in her own edition of “Carpool Karaoke.”

This episode was infamous for her “Leonardo DiCaprio moment,” where Corden grabbed her phone and texted the DiCaprio just to see what he was up to that night.

Check out the full video below where toddlers are taking Lopez back to the basics of movement, while Corden hilariously struggles to keep up the whole time.


Credit: Toddlerography w/ Jennifer Lopez by thelatelateshowcbs

They’re so cute!


READ: Jennifer Lopez Reveals How Nervous She Was When James Corden Texted Leo DiCaprio On Her Phone


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Salma Hayek, Diego Luna, Gael García And Other Mexican Stars Showed The Cannes Film Festival How To Party

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Salma Hayek, Diego Luna, Gael García And Other Mexican Stars Showed The Cannes Film Festival How To Party

The Cannes Film Festival in France is celebrating its 70th anniversary. To commemorate the occasion, festival organizers invited some of film’s most influential names, including American actors such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Jessica Chastain and Will Smith. One group of guests — let’s call them the Mexican delegation — enchanted photographers and showed they were there to PARTY.

Just look at this collection of Mexcellence:

From left to right: Director Alfonso Cuarón and girlfriend Sheherazade Goldsmith, Guillermo Del Toro, Emmanuel Lubezki, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Diego Luna, Gael García Bernal, Salma Hayek and husband François-Henri Pinault.

The epic line-up of award-winning Mexicanos inspired the hashtag #Mexicannes.

Buzzfeed Mexico broke down just how many awards there are between everyone in the photo:

But wait, they didn’t just hang out at the red carpet. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Salma Hayek surprised partygoers with a mariachi. Here’s a clip of everyone singing “Cielito Lindo.”

Director Guillermo Del Toro was the star of the show, leading everyone in a sing-along. Around the one minute mark, French actress Isabelle Huppert appears to shoot someone a look that says “I don’t know the words to this, but it’s awesome so I’m gonna keep going.”

They also sang “Mexico Lindo y Querido”…

… And, of course, it wouldn’t be a serenata without an alcohol-fueled rendition of “El Rey.”

Rebecca Ford of The Hollywood Reporter caught a glimpse of Gael García Bernal doing a little shimmy during the performance. ?

All in all, it looks like everyone had a great time. Just look at the grins on BFFs Diego Luna and García Bernal.

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Pa’ la próxima, ¡inviten!

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WATCH: Salma Hayek Does A Heroic Job Translating Mexican Slang In This Hilarious Video

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