J.Lo and Shakira deliver fierce Super Bowl performance originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com
After weeks of keeping mum about their Super Bowl 54 halftime performance, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira did not disappoint with an iconic performance complete with nonstop dancing and surprise singers that kept everyone on their feet.
Donning a red sparkly dress, Shakira opened the show singing a medley of her greatest hits. The singer started her performance with "She Wolf" then grabbed her sparkly matching red guitar for "Empire."
Then, when the star sang her hit song, "Hips Don't Lie," Shakira brought reggaeton singer Bad Bunny on stage, and crowd surfed.
When Lopez hit the stage, she also sang a mashup of her top songs. The pop star, who donned a black skin-tight suit, opened her performance with "Jenny From The Block" then transitioned to "Get Right" and "Waiting For Tonight" where she sang while performing jaw-dropping moves on a pole like her character in "Hustlers."
Lopez brought Colombian reggaeton singer J. Balvin to the stage to help her sing "On The Floor."
But Lopez's biggest surprise guest was her 11-year-old daughter, Emme, who joined her mom on stage to sing a mashup of Lopez's hit song "Let's Get Loud" and "Born In The USA," while Shakira played the drums nearby.
Emme, who's no stranger to performing on stage with her mom in front of big crowds, immediately received praise for her performance on Twitter, where many showed their love for the sweet moment.sonos sonos One (Gen 2) - Voice Controlled Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa Built-in - Black read more
The pop stars closed the show with a mashup of Shakira's "Waka Waka" and Lopez's "Let's Get Loud."
In the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, both stars teased snippets of their performance with how they were preparing for the show.
Shakira shared Instagram clips of herself working out and getting in the zone.
Lopez also posted a few sneak peeks at her performance through photos of her rehearsals, as well as photos of her spending time with her family during her downtime.
At a press conference leading up to the Super Bowl in January, Lopez and Shakira said they'd deliver an empowering show focused on unity, diversity and love.
"Two Latinas, doing this in this country at this time, it's just very empowering for us," said Lopez. "And for me, I'm very proud to be able to put forth that message."
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