Making history as the first Latinas to lead a Super Bowl halftime performance, Shakira and Jennifer Lopez excited a packed crowd in Miami with their celebration of Latin American music.
Kicking off the show for Super Bowl LIV, Shakira got things started with live renditions of “She Wolf” and picked up her Gibson Firebird guitar encrusted with 70,000 Swarovski jet hematite crystals for an electrifying showing for “Empires.” Moving into a highly-anticipated belly-dancing interlude led “Whenever, Wherever” performance before Bad Bunny made his way on stage. Bunny and Shakira delivered a rendition of “I Like It” and his latest hit “Callaíta” before exiting the stage.
J. Lo then made her way on to the makeshift field at the Hard Rock Stadium field to deliver a throwback with “Jenny From the Block.” Continuing the nostalgia, J. Lo performed “Ain’t It Funny,” “Get Right” and “Waiting for Tonight” before inviting J Balvin on stage. The duo went through a rendition of “Mi Gente” which segued into “Let’s Get Loud” accompanied by a children’s choir and the opening notes of Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA.” Finally, Shakira returned to the stage to round up the massive halftime show with her 2010 World Cup song “Waka Waka.”
Watch Shakira and J. Lo’s Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show above.
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