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Remember when Jennifer Lopez wore that green Versace dress to the 2000 Grammy's? You know, the one with the plunging neckline and the super high slit that made it only a dress in the technical sense? Well, somebody just made it into shoes.

The shoes celebrate the 20th anniversary of the dress and Lopez's 50thbirthday. It's hard to believe we've hit both of those milestones, but here we are.

The shoe is the result of a collaboration between lifestyle brand Concepts and Versace. The limited-edition "Chain Reaction" shoe has the same jungle green pattern of the O.G. J-Lo dress, with a natural-colored tongue to give the illusion of the plunging neckline that made the dress so scandalous and fabulous. The pair will set you back $1,075.

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For the first time since giving birth to her daughter, the 36-year-old entered Grand Slam play at the 2018 French Open in Paris, dominating Kristyna Pliskova of the Czech Republic in straight sets.

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