Jennifer Lopez's Controversial Plunging V-Neck Dress Inspires Google Creates Image Search

Mina Muzumdar |May 03, 2019

Jennifer Lopez's 'down-to-there' frock dress was actually responsible for the development of Google Images.

In 2001, Google introduced a new searching tool that allows users to search for image content called Google image. And it has now become indispensable productivity work tools and storage of billion photos nowadays. However, no one could think Jennifer Lopez's shocking look at Grammy's red carpet is responsible for this development.

Clearly, it's one of the most famous chiffon frocks of all time. In the first episode of Jeniffer Lopez's brand new Youtube series called 'Moments of Fashion', the singer opened up about her sheer floral chiffon dress that created her most sought-after moment at Grammy Awards.

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Jennifer Lopez's Versace iconic dress.

Jennifer Lopez Sexy Dress
Jennifer Lopez created an unforgettable moment at the Grammy Awards in 2000.

The international singer detailed that she almost didn't choose to wear that jungle printed dress. She made her decision just a few hours before the grand event amid her hectic schedule.


When J.Lo tried on the green Versace dress, her manager Benny Medina simply said: ‘That’s it. That’s it. Don’t even talk about it. That’s the dress."

Jennifer's last minutes choice then made history in the red carpet when she stepped out into a sheer dress which showed her undergarments with a sexy deep plunge V-neck. Check out Jennifer's 'Moments of Fashion' below:

After J.Lo shared the video, Google's response was epic with an image of a business card. The business card wrote: "Jennifer Lopez, Chief Innovation Officer, Google Images" and Googled tweeted: "Where should we have these sent?".


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