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Jennifer Lopez has considered Bruno Mars and Cardi B‘s “Finesse” tune video and her response was crammed with nostalgia.

The singer, 48, shared a throwback video of her time as a Streak Girls dancer on In Living Colour on Instagram Thursday.

Mars and Cardi B’s tune video is a dedication to the ’90s sketch comedy series In Living Colour, created by Keenen Ivory Wayans, which helped pave the way for minority performers in Hollywood and Lopez was a proud member.

“#TBT #inlivingcolor #onceaflygirlalwaysaflygirl#killingitsinceforever #finesse #jlo,” Lopez captioned the video.

The fashioned Streak Girls lineup was made up of Cari French, Deidre Lang, Lisa Marie Todd, Michelle Whitney-Morrison and longtime Dancing with the Stars elevate Carrie Ann Inaba. Lopez joined the give an explanation for as a dancer in the Zero.33 season.

Damaged-down The Check out panelist and actress Rosie Perez was the choreographer for the valuable four seasons.

Mars, 32, shared his as a result of of Cardi B, 25, on Instagram Thursday with a selfie of them both.

“I met cardi B at Three am after my give an explanation for in LA in the motivate of the curtain where we recorded her verse for Finesse. She walked in the room and she was all the pieces I’d hope she’d be,” Mars wrote.

“Never trade cardi! Don’t let this crazy tune alternate trade who you can be. You posses one thing that would possibly perhaps well’t be taught. You’re a lawful indispensable person. Thanks for striking your vitality and love all the way by this document and video. I am hoping you can be feeling better rapidly as a result of we got some celebrating to contain. Every person give an explanation for ya love for the one and simplest CARDI B! #Finesse,” he persisted.

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The 5-time Grammy winner and the rapper released their first collaboration together 30 minutes forward of its midnight delivery on Thursday.

On the delivery put released on Mars’ 2016 album, 24K Magic, the song — co-written and produced by the Stereotypes — has a brand unique jack-swing inspired beat and heaps drums.

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