"Don't be coming for Fifth Harmony", she told Tiffany.
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But that wasn't her only trophy of the night.
She said: "I'm fully aware that you never know when you're going to get a moment like this again and you never know when it's going to be the last time on this stage but the relationship I have with you guys, with my fans, is a forever thing". "She led me where I am today.I want to thank you Aretha for empowering all of us".
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During Lopez's performance, Rodriguez, who joined the singer on the red carpet earlier in the evening, was spotted by the cameras adorably filming the Grammy-winner on his phone.
Lopez ended her speech, thanking her fans who have "touched" her "heart" and "soul" and have become apart of her. We're like mirror images of each other. And everyone, find yourself someone who looks at you like A-Rod looks at his bae.
But before Lopez gave her speech, she gave one of the best Vanguard Video victor performances ever and performed most of her iconic hits, such as "Waiting for Tonight", "On The Floor", "Dance Again", and "Jenny From The Block". There is so much more to do, to experience.
Lopez closed out her performance with a show stopping rendition of her track "Dinero" before she was presented with her Video Vanguard award by Shawn Mendes, becoming the first Latin artist to do so.