Jennifer Lopez shocked on the Grammys stage by headlining the evening’s tribute to Motown alongside famed Motown legend Smokey Robinson.

The star hit the stage to sing “Dancing within the Road,” “Please Mr. Postman,” “The Greatest Issues in Life Are Free,” “Do You Love Me,” and extra. The 49-year-old performer was later joined on stage by Robinson, 78, who sang “My Lady.” They had been then joined by host Alicia Keys who helped her sing “Papa Was A Rolling Stone.” Ne-Yo and Guadalupe “Lupe” Rodriguez joined her on stage as properly.

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Along with singing the medley of songs, Lopez didn’t cease transferring all the time. The star gave an unbelievable dance efficiency that noticed her accompanied by backup dancers, sit atop a piano and far more.

Previous to the Grammy awards’ beginning, Lopez took to the crimson carpet along with her boyfriend Alex Rodriguez to share with E! Information host Ryan Seacrest that she felt a specific kinship with the songs of Motown.

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“Tremendous excited, humbled that they requested me to do it. However you understand, I wish to dedicate this efficiency to my mother as a result of that is the music we listened to in our lounge. Me and my mother. I’ve three sisters. So, the three of us could be the Temptations, The Supremes, everyone. And my mother, this was her music. I grew up on it. This and musicals,” Lopez mentioned. “I feel that’s why I’m the performer I’m right this moment, due to that music.”

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The efficiency was shrouded in controversy as followers far and large turned instantly outraged by the announcement that Lopez would headline the Motown tribute. The backlash was so extreme that Robinson himself talked to Selection about it and shared some blunt phrases on the topic.

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“I don’t assume anybody who’s clever is upset,” he informed the outlet. “I feel anybody who’s upset is silly.”

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