J.Lo and Shakira Brought the Latin Heat to the Super Bowl Halftime Show

When Jennifer Lopez and Shakira were announced as the Super Bowl LIV Halftime show performers, we knew it was going to be full of Latin pride, and the singers didn’t let us down.

The 15-minute performance started with Shakira, who sang “She Wolf” and followed it up with “Whenever, Wherever” and “Hips Don’t Lie.” She then sang Cardi B’s “I Like It” featuring Bad Bunny, who came on stage to perform it with Shakira. All eyes were on Shakira’s belly dancing, iconic hips that don’t lie, and her guitar playing.

J.Lo then took center stage, showing off her pole-dancing moves from Hustlers. She performed some of her greatest hits, including “Jenny from the Block,” “I’m Real,” “Get Right,” and “Waiting for Tonight.”

Columbian artist J Balvin joined Lopez for “Qua Calor,” while she sang “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” before singing a Beyoncé collaboration with Balvin, “Mi Gente.” When Balvin left the stage, Lopez sang “On the Floor,” and her daughter Emme joined her on stage to lead a children’s choir in “Let’s Get Loud” followed by Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the U.S.A,” while Lopez herself proudly held a Puerto Rican flag.

The final number was “Waka Waka,” where Lopez and Shakira finished off the night together.