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Watch Jimmy Fallon And Jennifer Lopez Go Through The Epic ‘History Of Music Video Dancing’

Jennifer Lopez began her long career as a Fly Girl on In Living Color, dancing into America’s hearts right in their living rooms. Though she went on to become an incredibly famous actress and have an entire second career as a musician, dancing has always been a big part of her identity. In 2017, she even started producing a reality show called World of Dance, where she’s also served as a judge for the routines of new movers and shakers.

Lopez appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday to show the world she’s still got it. She and Fallon performed “The History of Music Video Dancing,” a comprehensive look at the many styles of dance that have appeared in all your favorite music videos, from “U Can’t Touch This” to “Gangnam Style.” I must admit that Fallon kept up better than I would have guessed, but Lopez makes it all look so, so easy:

There are so many dances I haven’t thought about in ages, and they brought them all right back to life in under four and a half minutes. It’s pretty spectacular. Some are left out, but here are the greatest hits:

U Can’t Touch This

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Straight Up

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Walk Like An Egyptian

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The Right Stuff

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Kid ‘N Play

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Macarena

Waterfalls

Oops!…I Did It Again

Wrecking Ball

Bad Romance

Gangnam Style

Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)

In My Feelings

Señorita

Waiting For Tonight

Bad Guy

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

Some of these depended more on props than actual dancing, but they had to give Fallon a bit of a breather. He looked like he was about to keel over dead more than once. Not J Lo, though. She could dance forever!