Everything you need to know about the Super Bowl Half Time Show 2020
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Everything you need to know about the Super Bowl 2020 halftime show

It was #PhenomenallyLatina

Now, ladies, we may not care about who played who or what the Super Bowl even is (it’s an American football championship), but we definitely need to get into the half-time show where J-Lo and Shakira absolutely rocked that stage!.

The 12-minute half-time show was evenly split (6 minutes each) between the two magnificent women. Here’s a quick recap if you missed it.


Shakira started out the performance in a red sparkly number signing She Wolf which definitely got the crowd going “Ah-woo”! Next, the legend also showcased her incredible talent on the electric guitar while performing Heaven.

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She then moved on to performing her hit number, Whenever, Wherever. And, was then joined on stage by Bad Bunny and the duo sang, I Like It Like That before performing the Latin number, Chantaje.

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Shakira kept going and her hips definitely did not lie when she hit every beat of her hit song. She left pretty much everyone in the audience dumbfounded and in awe of the sheer energy, she filled the stage with! What a dynamic performer!

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She paved the way for Jenny from the Block who also did not disappoint…


J-Lo started by channeling her inner Bronx girl, performing Jenny From The Block before she moved on to perform Get Right in a black leather suit.

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She went straight into a costume change (a hot silvery number), performing Waiting For Tonight while showcasing her pole dancing skills, a clear ode to her movie, Hustlers. Love Don’t Cost a Thing was up next, followed by Mi Gente together with by J Balvin.

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After a dynamic routine of On The Floor, Mama Lopez was joined by her daughter, Emme Maribel Muñiz, with their renditions of Born In The USA and Let’s Get Loud! Emme brought energy and finesse to the stage that was on par with her phenomenal mom. This mother-daughter duo was a force to be reckoned with!

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Shakira, now adorned in a gold number, joined them back on stage, to lead a performance of Waka Waka and another round of Let’s Get Loud. Not going to lie, it clearly felt like the audience had forgotten they were actually there for a football game!
There’s no doubt, the Super Bowl 2020 half-time show can only be described in two words: simply ICONIC!

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