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Think metallic parts and monochromatic makeup came about in the Instagram age? For the correct answer, please consult this mesmerizing performance Jones gave back in 1977 — and prepare to copy her on-trend look this weekend, no matter your plans.
Arguably Jones' biggest hit to date, it's hard not to get "Pull Up To The Bumper" stuck in your head. Now, we admit we're not totally sure what's happening in this (comical?) talk show-like introduction, but Jones' moves and her downright badass Studio 54-inspired look makes this performance a must-see.
This throwback performance of "My Jamaican Guy" from 1988 is sure to get you amped for the chill vibes planned for Sunday at FYF Fest — or at least enough to earn a spot on your summer jams Spotify playlist.
Fun fact: Jones even makes an accordion look badass in this performance from back in 1981.
Skip to 1:00 for a performance of "Slave To The Rhythm" that teases what Jones' costumes have evolved into today. Think: headpieces, body paint, capes sans pants — basically, what we'd guess top 2016 costume designers are referencing for every pop star today. As Jones says, "You better keep it up" or get left behind.