Jennifer Lopez fangirled over 'Fixer Upper' star Joanna Gaines

Jennifer Lopez fangirled over 'Fixer Upper' star Joanna Gaines

Jennifer Lopez fangirled over 'Fixer Upper' star Joanna Gaines

It was controversial even before the Grammy Awards when Lopez was picked as the leader of the Motown tribute, which celebrated the iconic music label's 60th anniversary, but Lopez did the tribute in stride, even though she continued to face backlash over the performance itself.

The 78-year-old Robinson ("Tears of a Clown") defended Lopez earlier, saying Motown songs were for any fan.

"Motown was an historically black label and the bulk of that Motown tribute was by Jennifer Lopez", another critic said.

Robinson, who joined Lopez on stage for portions of the tribute, told Variety prior to the performance that "anyone who is upset is stupid".

Before Jennifer revealed it all, she sat down with Ellen to talk all things parties.

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In an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight, she said, "You can't tell people what to love". "I think anyone is upset is stupid".

Lopez performed "Please Mr. Postman" while wearing a black ensemble with white feathers and accompanied by a group of dancers. In addition to Robinson and Ne-Yo, Lopez got a little help from her friend Alicia Keys during the tribute, too. "My birthday is in July so this summer I decided I want to do something big for my birthday since it is a big birthday".

"J. Lo better not salsa her way to the cookout because she is uninvited for that awful performance", preacher Jared Sawyer Jr. tweeted on Sunday.

Some of the greatest artists of all time came out of Motown Records.

"Grammy failed on the Motown tribute #GRAMMYs". She sang classics like "Do You Love Me" while donning several outfits in an act with Smokey Robinson and others. "It's such a good moment". Among those struggles were the Black woman being oversexualized and marginalized. To know the history of Motown, you understand that Berry Gordy founded the group with the intent to publish and OWN the music Black artists created. If not J Lo, who would you have liked to see take the stage?

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