The two Latin divas performed 20 songs in about 15 minutes. The final break show was conceived as an “all-inclusive party that integrates cultures and diversity,” as Shakira said at last week’s conference.
Shakira was the first to appear on stage. “Hello, Miami!” She shouted, starting with “She Wolf.” From the medley presented “Whenever, Wherever” and “Hips Don’t Lie”, then, along with the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny, he sang from the song “I Like It” by Cardi B. Shakira also sang on guitar, and the instrumentalist in her band brought some chords of the song “Kashmir” by Led Zeppelin.
The Colombian singer, who celebrated her 43rd birthday, included a complex choreography in her segment.
For her part, Jennifer Lopez demonstrated her dance skills at the bar, demonstrated in the movie “Hustlers”, released last year. This was one of the ten choreographic moments presented, which demonstrated its versatility. She sang from “Jenny from the Block,” “Real Real” and “Get Right,” then “Waiting for Tonight.”
Colombian artist J Balvin joined him for “Que Calor”, then they sang “Mi Gente”, which he released with Beyoncé. After Balvin left the stage, Lopez sang “On the Floor”, along with a choir of her daughter Emme. The choir also performed a version of “Let’s Get Loud”, then the chorus “Born in the U.S.A” (Bruce Springsteen). Referring to her origins, Lopez appeared dressed in a coat in the colors of the Puerto Rico flag.
The finale was surprising, as the artists chose to sing together “Waka Waka”, which was the anthem of the 2010 World Cup. The moment was a successful one, the two proving to be the biggest Latin American stars in the entertainment industry.
Shakira and Jennifer Lopez ended the show, the first-ever Super Bowl show hosted by two South American singers, with a hug.
Demi Lovato played the anthem of the United States at the opening of Super Bowl LIV, which took place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. Her performance has long been applauded and praised on social media.
In the final, the Kansas City Chiefs achieved their second success after 50 years, defeating the San Francisco 49ers with a score of 31-20.
The San Francisco team led 20-10 before the final quarter, but Patrick Mahomes (24) set the tone for the comeback. With two touchdowns and two interceptions, Mahomes was chosen as the best player of the final, becoming the youngest designated MVP.
This was the NFL’s 100th season.