From Fly Girl to Hollywood's elite!
Jennifer Lopez was honored with the 2,500th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today in Los Angeles -- and the ceremony doubled as an emotional reunion for the 43-year-old actress and singer.
Keenan Ivory Wayans, who introduced us all to J.Lo's curves by featuring her as a dancer on "In Living Color" back in 1991, was on hand for the event -- saying he knew "Jenny from the block when she still lived on the block."
"I was there at the very beginning of the dream. I saw the dream almost not happen. I saw her continue to push, to work hard and make that dream happen," he said at the event.
Wayans wasn't the only face from her past who appeared though.
Jane Fonda also took the mic, saying Jennifer "should have an entire block of stars. In my opinion, she's only scratched the surface of what she's capable of."
It was definitely an emotional day for Lopez, who was seen tearing up during her speech.
"I love you, thank you so much for going on this journey with me," she said. "This landmark moment inspires me to work harder and dream bigger for all that is the future. I hope you feel as I do that it was all worth it, and I hope that I have touched your hearts even in a small way."
It's clear she's made her mark -- as celebs like Leah Remini, Ricky Martin, Mary J. Blige and former "American Idol" costar Randy Jackson all offered up their congratulations to her on Twitter as well.
See how more stars from "In Livin' Color" have fared in the gallery above.
Watch her show debut below: