There are entertainers and there are singers. Jennifer Lopez, who started out as a fly girl on In Living Color, is most certainly the former and not the latter.

And that’s not a slight. J. Lo, as she’s often referred to, is one of the finest entertainers in the music business.

At nearly 50, she looks and dances better than many of her 20-something counterparts. Her catalog is full of indelible earworms and she’s reinvented herself musically in ways that rival Madonna.

But a singer, she is not. And that’s not to say she hasn’t improved vocally.

J.Lo can sing way better today than she could 10 years ago, but even with all of her improvements, that’s no reason to say she should headline a Motown tribute. And yet, that’s strangely the decision that Grammys organizers have led with, according to Rap-Up:

J.Lo is headed to the Grammys.

The global superstar will take the stage at Sunday’s show as part of a tribute to Motown Records, celebrating the label’s 60th anniversary. A commercial promoting the performance aired on CBS on Monday (Feb. 4).

If J.Lo comes out trying to belt “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” hide your ear drums.

Frankly, I wanna fight whoever in the planning committee threw Jennifer’s name in the ring for a damn Motown tribute. If I was there, this would’ve been me:

And the internet feels the exact same way:

The 2019 Grammy Awards will air this Sunday (Feb. 10) at 8 p.m. on CBS.