Jennifer Lopez looked comfortable while getting ready for the 2015 MTV Movie Awards Sunday, but maybe she got a little too cozy.
The "On the Floor" singer Instagrammed a pic of herself looking seriously glammed up with her makeup done and accessories on, but she still had to put on her Versace outfit. Dressed in a robe (which looks like the most luxurious robe of all time), J.Lo sat spread eagle in her chair, which was a risky move considering her vagina almost made a guest appearance in the photo!
"Mtv Movie Awards... Almost ready... #VersaceVersaceVersace," she captioned the risqué pic.
She would later appear on the blue carpet in a short Versace number, looking absolutely flawless as she usually does. She must be a big fan of the label because she has gone to the designer multiple times for her red carpet looks. In fact, her infamous 2000 Grammys dress—you know, the extremely low cut, see-through gown—was a Versace number. It turns out this dress also inspired a dawn of a new age of the Internet: Google Image Search.
In an essay published in January, Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, shared how exactly its photo-based search tool came to be.
"At the time, it was the most popular search query we had ever seen," Schmidt wrote. "But we had no surefire way of getting users exactly what they wanted: J.Lo wearing that dress. Google Image Search was born."
J.Lo found out the big news about her dress and told E! News that she's disappointed she didn't receive anything from her contribution! "I'm a little bit upset about it," she said. "I'm sure Versace's in on it as well."
When asked whether or not she wished she had gotten something from it, she joked, "Just a small part of it...a truck full of money."
Just imagine if Google Image Search had existed back then! She might have broken the Internet well before Kim Kardashian did.