Heading into Super Bowl LIV, music fans across the globe were fired up about the halftime show featuring Shakira and Jennifer Lopez. They expected were met with a functionality that’s been viewed as one of the greatest in NFL history.
Following the halftime show of Super Bowl LIV, the NFL’s official YouTube account submitted the entire performance in its entirety. Viewers were able to analyze the video and to go immediately. This provided the opportunity to relearn some of those tunes that were popular.
Shakira began the series with a head-turning mini-set, including a few bars from Led Zeppelin’s”Kashmir” between her substance. “Wherever, Whenever” was one of the very popular songs she performed throughout the first portion of the series, but the biggest moment was when she brought down the house with her breakthrough hit”Hips Do not Lie.”
After Lopez took the stage, the fans in attendance showed their excitement off. She began with”Jenny From the Block” and then drew attention with the pole dancing skills she learned while making Hustlers. Fans on social media were impressed by her abilities on the biggest stage. To finish the night, Lopez’s daughter Emme joined Lopez and Shakira for”Let’s Get Loud” to end the show.
This performance was one that drew attention for the mixture of songs, dance moves, and guest celebrities. Despite Shakira drawing some attention for waggling her tongue and creating an odd noise to the camera, the lovers still viewed this as among the greatest shows in NFL history. Some put this appear against the one featuring Prince through Super Bowl XLI.
“Can we all just have some time to appreciate #Shakira and #JLo and their historic #SuperBowl halftime show? They both truly did THAT,” one user wrote in response to this halftime show. Some others chimed in and said they thought this was a moment because of the presence of a Puerto Rican flag and symbolism involving kids in cages. They believed that a bold political statement was being made by the two singers. Although some were pleased to listen to the hits with.