Jennifer Lopez Challenged To Silly Dance Battle By Jimmy Fallon

03-03-2017
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Jennifer Lopez

(Radio.com) The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon invited popstar/actress Jennifer Lopez, perhaps unwisely, to participate in a dance battle during Wednesday night's episode (March 1st).

Her self-proclaimed competitive nature kicked in and she went for it. She said, 'You put me in these things and you know how competitive I am! So I start acting crazy!"

The names of non-existing dances were placed in a velvet bag, and the contestants pulled them out then made up dances to compliment the titles. Fallon went first, making up a silly dance called, 'Skinny Jeans." Lopez proceeded to show him up with a very J.Lo version of 'Washing Machine Spin Cycle," which she followed by 'Hot Cowboy." Check it out here.

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