Jennifer Lopez, Golden Globes

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Jennifer Lopez never disappoints.

The actress knows how to dress when it comes to award shows, and tonight was definitely no exception. J.Lo arrived to the 2015 Golden Globes red carpet in Beverly Hills wearing an extremely sexy Zuhair Murad gown that not only flashed some major cleavage, but also contained a front slit up to there. Yes, there.

Oh, and it even had a cape!

Lopez, who turned a number of heads while strutting the carpet, talked to Ryan Seacrest about her dazzling dress. "I love him, he's one of my favorite designers. I actually had it at the AMAs, but I was like, this is more of a Golden Globes dress," she explains.

She was later joined by her super hunky Boy Next Door co-star Ryan Guzman, who looked extremely dapper and handsome in a black and white tux.

So what did he have to tell Ryan about his fierce and feisty co-star? "She's got a lot of love to give," Guzman says.

Well, ain't that the truth! In the film (which hits theaters Jan. 23), Lopez plays a high school teacher being terrorized at home and work by a much younger guy (Guzman) who has become obsessed with her after they had a one-night stand.

Their bedroom play is probably J.Lo's most revealing sex scene yet. Not only does she strip down to just her underwear, but we see Guzman grab her bare breasts and slide his fingers between her legs.

"It was intense," she told E! News. "Those scenes are embarrassing. They are uncomfortable, but your job as an actress or an actor is to make it believable and this movie in particular…hinges on if that was believable, that it was enough to make this guy go insane."

And probably most movie watchers, as well.

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