The performance heavily leaned on both Shakira and Lopez's Latin American roots, with the pair joined on stage by Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny and Colombian star J Balvin. Too soon to say if she'll follow in her mom's footsteps and become a pro singer but when you're doing the Super Bowl before you can even drive, she's got a pretty good start if she decides to do so. Jennifer Lopez along with Shakira headlined the half time show in 2020 and creating history by becoming the first two Latinas to lead a halftime performance.
The 50-year-old has now shared footage from the moments before her performance on Instagram, along with a politically charged message on immigration. "We are proud to recognize that all of us together are what makes this handsome country truly great", Lopez added. She continued with the high-octane "Whenever Wherever", as well as "Hips Don't Lie", where she had the crowd every step of the way with her. She reintroduced her music and mad skills as a musician and performer to a TV audience of 100 million.
Jennifer Lopez saw her Spotify streams spike to over 335% after her Super Bowl halftime LIV show. As you can see in videos of the performance, Emme has all of her mother's confidence and talent, and she takes the stage like a true pro during the "Get Loud" portion of J-Lo's performance.
The 11-year-old sang Let's Get Loud as she sat in a round cage, surrounded by other children in cages.
In an interview with ET leading up Lopez's performance, Tabitha noted the significance of having such pride showcased in the Latino hub of Miami.
But it also underscored that hundreds, potentially thousands, of other parents and children are still apart almost two years after the zero-tolerance policy on unauthorized border crossings took effect. However, the Bryant tribute was also a topic of discussion, with many disappointed that the tribute wasn't bigger.
Let's start with the most obvious.