Jennifer Lopez is going back to her roots. No, not the Bronx -- she wouldn't even be caught dead there for a Fiat commerical. Instead, the singer-actress will revisit the role that first made her famous when she pays tribute to the legendary Selena Quintanilla-Perez on April 30 at the Billboard Latin American Music Awards.
"It's an honor, a great honor to be able to, 20 years after her death, to do a tribute for Selena," Lopez told Al Rojo Vivo. "She continues to be someone that inspires. It's something that excites me very much. And I want to do something special, very special--just like she was--in this tribute."
It's nice to know that 20 years later, Selena's legacy extends beyond the name of one of Justin Bieber's ex-girlfriends. Here's a hint of what we can expect when J.Lo takes the stage at the end of the month: