Olivia Harvey
Updated Apr 13, 2020 @ 11:37 am
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When Diddy asks you to get up and dance to support hospital workers during the pandemic, you get up and dance. Stars like Lizzo, Gabrielle Union, DJ Khalid, Kelly Rowland, and others busted moves (from afar) with the rapper and producer for his April 12th dance-a-thon. But our favorite moment was when Jennifer Lopez joined her ex-boyfriend for a throwback dance.

J.Lo and her fiancé Alex Rodriguez’s appearance on Diddy’s Instagram Live proved that exes can be friends and come together for a great cause.

“You and Mase like are his heroes, okay?” J.Lo told Diddy, talking about A-Rod. “It’s like every party we do, anything we do, it’s like ‘Put on Puffy and Mase.'”

When Diddy turned on one of his throwback songs (of his Puff Daddy era), the three had a little social-distancing party in their respective homes. Lopez attempted to get her kids involved in the fun, too, but they were seemingly MIA. (Mom, don’t embarrass us!)

During the dance-a-thon, Diddy pulled out some salsa moves, to which Lopez joked, “Did I teach you that?”

Diddy and Lopez dated from the late ’90s into the early 2000s. In fact, they were an item when Lopez sparked the creation of Google Images after appearing in *that* Versace dress at the 2000 Grammy Awards. J.Lo later admitted that her relationship with Diddy wasn’t the best. Now that they are older and wiser, though, the pair remain good friends.

Later in the day, Diddy was joined by Drake, Draya, and Cardi B and Offset, among other A-listers. Together they raised more than $4 million for TeamLove Direct Relief COVID-19 Fund by spreading positive vibes only.

If you missed the dance-a-thon but wish to contribute to the cause, head over to the TeamLove page and submit a donation to help those on the frontlines of coronavirus (COVID-19).

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