Rihanna has everyone putting in “WORK.” Peep videos of Jennifer Lopez, Yandy Smith and Bianca Bonnie (aka Lil B) serving up twerk videos to RiRi’s newest single inside….
Looks like Rihanna’s new single “Work” has the ladies getting into formation with their hands on their knees and throwing that a** in a circle. Nothing wrong with a little twerkfest here and there.
Last night, “Shades of Blue” star Jennifer Lopez stopped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” to bring the laughs in a funny skit with Jimmy. The 46-year-old “Booty” singer was dressed up as a schoolgirl with pigtails for Jimmy’s teen talk show sketch “Ew!”
JLo, starring as Gabby, and Jimmy, who was host Sara, chit-chatted it up about SnapChat and other things teenagers talk about. Then, Sara suggested they have a talent show. Sara’s talent was balancing a spoon on “her” nose. Gabby revealed her talent was dancing, but she was shy at first.
To loosen things up, Sara decides to turn on Rihanna’s new single “Work” and that when Gabby lets loose and drops it low!
Get it JLo!
The Golden Globe nominated actress then slipped into a sparkly long sleeve mini dress and dazzled on stage loking gorgeous as usual. She talked about wrapping up the first leg of her Las Vegas residency (which kicks off again in May), her new cop drama “Shades of Blue” and the final season of “American Idol.” Check it below:
In another video....
“LAHH: NY” stars Yandy Smith and Bianca Bonnie (aka Lil B) are still in L.A. following all of the Grammy festivities.
Yesterday, the ladies were getting in a workout by the pool when it suddenly turned into a twerkfest video. Peep the clips above and below.
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