Step aside, fragrances and acting. This summer J-Lo returns to her first love—dance—as a celebrity judge on NBC’s World of Dance. From her Fly Girl days in the early ‘90s to topping the charts with hits like “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” and “Jenny from the Block”, J-Lo is talented entertainer on a myriad of levels.

As a judge of such a high-caliber competition (not to mention being alongside judges Ne-Yo, Derek Hough and host/mentor Jenna Dewan Tatum), J-Lo’s dance background (and let’s face it, killer talent and technique) will be front and center. To celebrate, here are some of her best dance videos to date (in chronological order).

  1. “If You Had My Love” 1999
    J-Lo’s debut single was sure to feature her talent. The choreography really kicks in around 2:45 and showcases her stellar hip hop moves and even features salsa-inspired choreography.

  1. “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” 2001
    Featuring cornrows and beachfront choreography, J-Lo’s moves highlight quintessential early 2000s choreography.

  1. “I’m Glad” 2002
    Inspired by the ‘80s blockbuster, Flashdance, J-Lo’s technique shines as she performs ‘80s jazz choreography and blows the judges away at her audition.

  1. “Get Right” 2005
    This video starts with J-Lo acting as a few different women going to a club, where her video is shown on the TVs. Featuring stilettos and heels, this is arguably one of J-Lo’s most memorable video performances.

  1. “Goin’ In (ft. Flo Rida)” 2012
    A high-energy hip hop/pop mix, the choreography perfectly marries the combo. From men in suits and fedoras dancing on escalators to J-Lo in front of a light show, this video showcases a variety of styles and talents.

BONUS: Dance battle with Jimmy Fallon on the Tonight Show.
Not a music video, but super fans will get a kick out of J-Lo and Jimmy Fallon going head to head pulling moves out of the “velvet dance bag.”

To see J-Lo’s knowledge and love of dance come front and center, tune into NBC’s World of Dance May 30th at 10/9 central to see the world’s best dancers battle it out for a whopping $1 million prize. Don’t miss exclusive interviews, performances, and more from the definitive source for all things NBC World of Dance.