Super Bowl 2020 halftime show and set list: Watch Jennifer Lopez and Shakira take the stage in Miami
The two superstars impressed at Super Bowl LIV
As the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers headed into the locker room to make halftime adjustments in Super Bowl LIV, the stage-building team rushed onto the field to turn it into a stage for superstar singers Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. This was the two singers' first performance at the Super Bowl.
Shakira started out the performance by saying, "Hola Miami" and did snippets of some of her hit songs. After her set, she swapped out with Jennifer Lopez, who danced and sang some of her classics.
The two joined forces to end the performance and were joined by J.Lo's daughter and a children's choir.
You can check out the best of Shakira's performance below:
And here's how J.Lo took the stage:
Here's the big finale with the pop superstars:
Here is the full setlist of halftime show:
- She Wolf, performed by Shakira
- Empire, performed by Shakira
- Kashmir, Led Zeppelin as transition
- Whenever, Wherever, performed by Shakira
- I Like It, performed by Shakira and Bad Bunny
- Chantaje, performed by Shakira
- Hips Don't Lie, performed by Shakira
- Jenny From the Block, performed by Jennifer Lopez
- Ain't It Funny, performed by Jennifer Lopez
- Get Right, performed by Jennifer Lopez
- Waiting For Tonight, performed by Jennifer Lopez
- Booty, performed by Jennifer Lopez and J Balvin
- Mi Gente, performed by Jennifer Lopez and J Balvin
- On the Floor, performed by Jennifer Lopez
- Let's Get Loud performed by Jennifer Lopez, Shakira (who starts out playing drums), Emme Maribel Muñiz (J-Lo's daughter) and children's choir
- Born in the USA performed by Emme Maribel Muñiz
- Waka Waka (This Time for Africa) performed by Shakira, Jennifer Lopez
- Duo danced to Aguanile, originally recorded by Héctor Lavoe and Willie Colón
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