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Aug 26, 2022

[Answer] Jennifer Lopez started her career dancing on which television show?

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...1. Saturday Night Live 2. In Living Color 3. Mad TV 4. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air




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In Living Color - Thanks to the '90s comedy show "In Living Color," Jennifer Lopez came out of the shadows of anonymity and emerged as a bright talent. She left her hometown of New York to go to Los Angeles and be a regular on the show as one of the Fly Girl dancers. At this point, she was just "Jenny from the Block," a funky dancer from the Bronx. "In Living Color," which also starred Damon Wayans and Jim Carrey, only aired between 1990 and 1994, but that was enough to get Lopez's career started. Just a couple of years later she would star in the hit movie "Selena" and then in 1999, she got a Sony Music makeover with her first album "On the 6.":


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