The Super Bowl finals are not only a great American football festival but also a huge show that millions of fans around the world are waiting for. As every year, also during the 54th edition, there were plenty of big stars, moving moments and spectacular performances.
This year, the Hard Rock Stadium show in Miami stole two great pop stars – Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. Their 12-minute performance was a combination of music, Latin energy, and spectacular choreography. Next to Jennifer Lopez, her 11-year-old daughter Emma appeared on the stage, who performed in the company of a children’s choir a fragment of one of her mother’s biggest hits, “Let’s Get Loud”. The beginning of the 11-year-old’s performance was read as a tribute to the tragically deceased Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna. On the stage, highlighted in the colors of Los Angeles Lakers, the team in which Bryant performed for years, a big cross appeared.
J.Lo herself spoke about the symbolism of this moment before the performance. The star mentioned that she was undergoing rehearsals when she learned from her fiance Alex Rodriguez about the helicopter accident with Bryant on board. – I was devastated. I think that this applies to everyone because it reminds us of how fragile life can be and how much we should appreciate its every moment – said the star.
The expectations for their performance were enormous, but it was enough for Jennifer Lopez and Shakira to step on the stage and the internet (and audience at Hard Rock Stadium, Florida) went crazy. Everything that happened during the match break that evening has already gained the name of “historic”. During the concert, there were many guests, but unlike previous concerts during the Super Bowl, they did not dim the stars. Shakira invited Bad Bunny to the stage and Jennifer Lopez Maluma.
The performance of Jennifer Lopez and Shakira was filled with their biggest hits. Colombian performed, among others “She Wolf”, “Empire” and “Whenever, Wherever”. The biggest hits from Jennifer Lopez – “Jenny From the Block”, “Get Right” and “Waiting for Tonight” – also came out of the Miami stage. For the final, the stars performed together “Let’s Get Loud” and “Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)”. See their entire performance!