Watch Shakira & Jennifer Lopez’s Epic Super Bowl Half-Time Show

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The number 1 trending video on YouTube at the time of writing is, unsurprisingly, this little performance by some artists you may have heard of.

Superstars Shakira and Jennifer Lopez almost brought the house down with their highly anticipated half-time Super Bowl show, putting in their all for close to fifteen minutes of breathless singing, dancing, hip-shaking, glitter and epic choreography.

Shakira kicked it off in high energy, going through a number of hits and dancing up a storm, before Jennifer Lopez came in with her own dose of hip hop and sweat-inducing moves. The show’s latter half saw them going back and forth at faster intervals, leading up to a joint finish that had the massive crowd going nuts. It’s crazy to think of how so many moving parts seemingly went by without a hitch, so many dancers nailed their moves, and Shakira and J.Lo managed to even deliver one note among the exhausting dancing.

Among the features of the relentless performance: J.Lo’s daughter, strong multicultural representation – particularly for the Latin community, Shakira’s tongue moment, J. Lo’s US/Peurto Rican flag jacket, Shakira crowd surfing, and appearances by Latin artists Bad Bunny and J Balvin.

You can find the track list under the video.

Their track lists:

Shakira
– “She Wolf,” “Empire,” “Whenever, Wherever,” “I Like It Like That” (with Bad Bunny), “Chantaje,” “Hips Don’t Lie” and “Waka Waka.”

Jennifer Lopez
– “Jenny From the Block,” “Get Right,” “Waiting for Tonight,” “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” “Mi Gente” (with J Balvin), “On the Floor,” “Born in the USA” with Emme Maribel Muñiz and “Let’s Get Loud.”

 

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Guillermo, Founder and Manager of Screen Realm, lives and breathes all things screen and pop culture. He has over eight years' experience in the media landscape in a career that has encompassed television, radio, and the online space. When he's not working hard on Screen Realm, you can find him at a local Sydney cinema or catching up on his ever-growing list of must-watch TV shows.