Transcript for J.Lo gives her mom shout-out while she dances in the audience at her concert
some "Pop news." So you mean there's fun stuff later but first we have to go through "Pop news"? Is that what you're saying? No. More fun. And Dan says I smell like a deli. Yeah. Okay. The fun starts now. All right. You had a bagel that had onions on it. You said she smelled like a deli. You did say that. Beware of the onions. It's time for "Pop news." We're going to get it together. J. Lo is absolutely fabulous, and if you've ever wondered where she got her famous glow from -- Onions. No? -- Her secret is out, and she got it from her mama. Jennifer Lopez's mama Guadalupe just turned 74 years old and she was at one of her daughter's concerts dancing along to "Hold it, don't drop it" when J. Lo surprised her with a shoutout just before pulling her on stage and her mom didn't miss a beat. This video is incredible. Say hello to my mother. My mom. Yeah, it's really good. 74 years old, guys. Now you're trying to leave don't drop it don't drop it. Stop it, stop it Yes. It's so good. The superstar shared the video on Instagram along with a sweet note saying people ask me where I get my energy from, my drive, my dance moves, lol, well, now you know. Guadalupe, my mommy. We have to agree there. Yes. She was like, no, really I'm not prepared but seriously -- Here we go. Bring it. J. Lo is fabulous at 50 but her mom at 74. Yes. Holy cow. My goodness. Good genes. Okay, so it looks like Reese Witherspoon's shoes have gone to the dogs. The star shared this video of her two bulldogs, Lou and pepper, surrounded by chewed up shoes. Even polled her followers, over 20 million of them, to see who they thought was the guilty culprit. The results are in. It looks like Lou is the offender. She later posted this video of him in a deep snooze captioning it shoe coma. Of course, sweet Lou was quickly forgiven. Yeah, poor dog, poor shoes. We love our dogs even when they do bad things. I couldn't hear you over the onions actually. Stop it, Dan. I scarfed down that bagel so quickly and now I'm paying for it. So, okay -- We're paying for it. Santa is the only one craving bagels or cookies at christmastime. "Better homes and gardens" did a survey asking 1,200 Americans what their favorite holiday cookie is. The results may come as a sweet surprise. So that's why we've got these boxes here. Believe it or not, gingerbread came in fifth. They're tied. Number five here? Uh-huh. Gingerbread. Those are nicely decorated. I agree with that. That would be fifth for me. Yeah, yeah. Gingerbread or knickerdoodle? Snickerdoodle would be way higher than gingerbread. Gingerbread would be offer the chart for me. It's wall art. Basically. Next coming in fourth peanut butter cookies. Do us the honor. Those look good. I'm going in. Oh, I'm so jealous right now. I smell them. Taking home the bronze in third place, tah-dah, fudge cookies. Ooh. Yes. I'll take one of those. Okay, the runner-up. Thank you very much. This will take care of the onions for you. Your classic sugar cookies. I'm going to take a bite of that. Go, Dan. I think I like snickerdoodle better than sugar cookies. I like this sugar eating Dan And number one, good old-fashioned chocolate chip cookies. There's no oatmeal raisin. I didn't give you the drum chocolate chip cookies. Why? Over oatmeal raisin? What's wrong with you. I question the poll designed here. Not every treat made the nice rounding out the naughty least of least popular holiday cookies, pumpkin bars, pumpkin cookies, coconut, macaroons and in last place, oatmeal raisin cookies. What? Shocker. Controversy. Dan and I both like them. It's rigged. A rigged system. Over the gingerbread? Fake news. I'm enjoying the display anyway. Janai, thank you very much. Beautifully told, by the way.
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