Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Bad Bunny, and J Balvin Absolutely Killed It at the Super Bowl
Shakira opened the show and performed a medley of her hits, from the bellydancing hymn "Ojos Así" to the high-energy "She Wolf" and the powerful ballad "Empire."
Lopez put on a full-blown spectacle, performing hits like "Jenny From the Block," "Waiting for Tonight," and "Love Don't Cost a Thing."
J BALVIN IN THE HOUSE!
Colombian singer J Balvin joined the Bronx diva on stage to sing "Mi Gente."
BAD BUNNY JOINS THE PARTY
Latino gang representing! Bad Bunny also surprised fans by joining Shakira on stage and performing "I Like It."
With an American flag, a Puerto Rican flag, and the traditional sound of Colombian champeta, the halftime fiesta was filled with diversity and Latinx pride.
Lopez's daughter, Emme, joined her mom in the show and sang "Let's Get Loud," adding a sweet and unexpected touch.
OWNING THE STAGE
Emme made a big impression with her voice and stage presence. Her dad, salsa crooner Marc Anthony, wrote on Instagram: "Emme Daddy is so proud of you. You are my heart and I am forever yours."
SHAK ON THE DRUMS
Shakira played the drums while Emme and a children's choir performed a special rendition of "Let's Get Loud."
ALL EYES ON JENNY
Like her character in Hustlers, J.Lo, 50, wowed the crowd with her pole dancing skills.
"The best birthday gift has been the support of all my fans and the most amazing and hardworking team an artist could wish for. We Latinos climbed Kilimanjaro and made history tonight and we couldn’t have done it without all of you!" Shakira wrote on Instagram. The Colombian singer celebrated her 43rd birthday on Sunday, blowing out her candles in a cake they cut backstage.
Few could deny that J.Lo and Shak delivered a high-caliber performance. "Thank you @jlo for a night that shows how much Latinos have to offer!" Shakira wrote on Instagram. "So excited to share the stage with you tonight @Shakira! Let’s show the world what two little Latin girls can do," Lopez shared on social media before the show. They definitely showed us all!