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Jennifer Lopez Appears on Jimmy Fallon's Parody Talk Show 'Ew'

You are definitely going to ROFL.

Jennifer Lopez channels her inner teenager in Jimmy Fallon's signature Teen Nick talk show 'Ew'. Sara (Fallon), the host is accompanied by BFF Gabbie (J-Lo). The Latino singer/show host/actress takes a break from her usual sexy persona and plays a troubled teenager in a pink, fuzzy, cropped, cat faced sweater, an embroidered blue skirt paired with a ridiculous amount of ribbons that hold her hair in two very high pony tails. 

The show starts with the two 'teenagers' sharing their adolescent problems. Gabbie expresses her disgust towards her dad for joining Snapchat as 'snapdaddy123' and proceeded to add her a friend. Ew, right? The besties then fool around with some entertaining Snapchat filters and decide it's time for the talent show. 

Sara, who seems to have trouble annunciating because of her braces, decides her talent is going to be balancing a spoon on her nose. She does a swell job and looks to Gabbie since it's her turn. Shy at first, Gabbie decides her talent is dancing.

Sara encourages her bestie by telling her "you will never get better if you don't try", and turns on 'Work' by Rihanna. Gabbie gets into it immediately, stripping off her cat-faced sweater and twerking like only J-Lo could. 

Midst dance routine, Sara's step-dad Gary comes running down the stairs and compliments Gabbie's moves while starting to do the Macarena himself in an attempt to fit in. The girls are obviously appalled. Gary continues to be embarrassing and confesses that he has also downloaded 'Chatsnap' and that his username is 'snapdaddy124' since "snapdaddy123' was already taken.

Prepare to crack up when you watch the full video (above). 



Faith Brar

Faith is an Editorial/Social Media Assistant at Meredith Corporation from Boston. Her work has appeared in Shape, Fitness, Better Homes and Gardens, More and others. When not writing, Faith can be seen pounding a bag of Jalapeno chips, online shopping, out on a run or binge watching murder mysteries on Netflix with her main squeeze.

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