Jennifer Lopez and Shakira Heat Up the 2020 Super Bowl Halftime Show


Cape Town - Jennifer Lopez and Shakira's Spotify streams have spiked after their stunning Super Bowl halftime show.

After the delirium caused by the majestic presentation of Shakira in the Super Bowl, the fever of her fans for her wonderful choreography seems to have no limits.

To start, they were the first Latinos to ever perform during America's most-watched event of the year, the Super Bowl.

Emme stole the show on Sunday night when she hit the stage to perform with her mother. The Verdict Overall, Shakira and Jennifer Lopez delivered a remarkable halftime show at the Hard Rock Stadium as part of Super Bowl LIV.

She later came back out during Jennifer's set, playing drums while her friend duetted with her 11-year-old daughter Emme on "Let's Get Loud" and then taking centre stage again for the finale to the 14-minute segment.

An earlier version of Lopez's caption included a reference to "other people" who "try to build walls, keep us out or put us in cages".

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Shakira and Lopez's performance is linked below, so see the singer's Zaghrouta for yourself.

"I want to thank Colombia for giving me the Mapalé, the champeta, the salsa and the Afro-Caribbean rhythms that allowed me to create the Super Bowl Halftime Show that I dreamed of more than a decade ago", she tweeted. Moreover, J.Lo's outfit change was also significant, as she donned a larger-than-life coat that paid tribute to her Puerto Rican heritage.

This so-called "powerful" message seemed to take back seat to viewers who complained about the crotch-grabbing skin show wondering if the National Football League would produce a more family-friendly show in the future or just pander to ratings.

Making the song more poignant?

"What better place than Miami to have two Latina women at this time in a very machismo, manly sport, doing it in front of a huge Latin audience?" she said.