Jennifer Lopez's "One World" Performance Got Rave Reviews

She gave a beautiful rendition of Barbra Streisand's "People."

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After watching Jennifer Lopez perform for the One World: Together at Home, I'm convinced this woman 1) has the best skincare routine and 2) has more talent than I do in my pinky finger. Also, 3) the Twitterverse agrees with me.

Sure, I'll be forever hurt that she was snubbed for an Oscar nom for her role as Ramona in Hustlers, but that doesn't mean the show stops there! As we saw from her performance (even her Super Bowl one), oh does it go on.

Tonight, Lopez sang "People," originally performed by Barbra Streisand, wearing an amazing (and perfect quarantine outfit) Coach sweatshirt with Streisand's face on it (genius). FYI, she loves that sweatshirt and wears it all the time—an icon wearing an icon. She wore no jewelry (not even her engagement ring), focusing instead on the performance.

I'm frankly devastated that we didn't get a chance to see J.Lo's fiancé A. Rod, but honestly, seeing this stripped down version of the song and J. Lo's incredible vocals (and face and skin and also bod) is more than enough. She ended the performance with "I miss you." I think I speak for all of us—I miss you too, J.Lo.

The production got people on Twitter feeling some kind of way.

Honestly, SAME.

Lopez confirmed to Ellen DeGeneres over video chat that her wedding plans with A. Rod were affected by COVID-19. The wedding is put on hold as of now. "It's something we're just going to have to wait and see in a few months how this all pans out," she explained to the daytime host. But she's doing just fine in the meantime. Bring me more J.Lo.

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Bianca Rodriguez is the Fashion & Luxury Commerce Manager at Hearst Magazines, covering fashion, beauty, and more for Cosmopolitan, Elle, Esquire, Harper’s BAZAAR, and Town & Country. In addition to spearheading commerce content across brands—from writing about wardrobe must-haves and sales at major retailers to strategizing—she is also an avid reader with a deep love and knowledge for books of all genres. More often than not, you can find her lounging with a good book on the weekend.