WATCH: Diddy and Jennifer Lopez reunite for virtual dance party to raise funds for healthcare workers

2020-04-14 07:44
Jennifer Lopez, Diddy

It all started when Diddy took to Instagram to announce a virtual dance-a-thon in aid of healthcare workers on the frontline battling the coronavirus.

According to CNN, about a week ago the 50-year-old announced that he’d be teaming up with Direct Relief – a non-profit organisation that rushes medical supplies to communities affected by poverty throughout the world.

The rapper has been posting videos on Instagram since, reminding everyone to join in on the fun on Easter Sunday.

Justin Bieber, Drake and Oprah were among Diddy’s celebrity friends who participated, but it was Jennifer Lopez – who he famously dated between 1999 and 2001 – that got everyone excited.

JLo joined in on the Instagram live and quipped as Diddy danced: "I probably taught you that."

The two were showing off their moves to Elvis Crespo's Suavemente before Alex Rodriguez joined the party.

"Puffy, you have to know this because I don't think you know this – this guy right here is your biggest fan," JLo commented, telling her famous ex that A-Rod frequently requests Diddy and Mase songs at their parties before they all got to dancing – and fans were loving the interaction between them, reports Entertainment Weekly.

"Diddy and JLo are probably the one former celebrity couple I would try and Parent Trap, so this overwhelming," one fan wrote on Twitter. Another commented, "I feel like life has come full circle.

"I was so obsessed with diddy and j. lo growing up! I was a super fan of both of them separately then they got together and it was a wrap. them jamming together on ig live just warmed my lil nyc heart."


Diddy, JLo and A-Rod went on to talk about the real heroes during these trying times.

"These people, they are the real heroes," A-Rod said. "Sometimes we have it twisted. They say we're the heroes, athletes and entertainers. They're the heroes in the front line protecting us, doing God's work really."  

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