Watch Jennifer Lopez Power Through a Motown Tribute at the Grammys
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) February 11, 2019
Jennifer Lopez hit the stage at this year’s Grammys for a Motown tribute performance.
One of the songs Lopez sang was “Square Biz” by the late singer Teena Marie. At another point in the set, she joined Smokey Robinson and Ne-Yo to pay tribute to the legendary label.
She also performed “Dancing in the Street” and “Please Mr. Postman,” with Robinson, who introduced the performance and ran through parts of “I’ve Got Sunshine” and “My Girl.”
JLo powered through choreography and a bevy of classic hits. Though, after the announcement that the entertainer would be helming the tribute for Motown’s 60th anniversary, many were confused.
Check out some Twitter users’ reactions to the set.
— Joshua Dontae (@_that1boyJosh) February 11, 2019
They really got JLo lip syncing Motown’s finest songs like there’s not 1000 black women with R&B vocals ready for this moment #GRAMMMYs
— Sylvia Obell (@SylviaObell) February 11, 2019
Diana Ross is somewhere in the building not singing right now while Jennifer Lopez is doing this
— rob sheffield (@robsheff) February 11, 2019
Im so tired of y’all talking down on Jlo.
She delivered choreo & vocals.
She did what she needed to do! pic.twitter.com/MNBpzEp4y2
— J🦖 (@THEJMVE) February 11, 2019
City girls gotta do a Selena tribute now
— Yoshie (@iAYoshie) February 11, 2019
I tell you what, I bet Gina Rodriguez LOVED that JLo Motown performance.
— Phillip Henry (@MajorPhilebrity) February 11, 2019