For twelve minutes in Miami on Sunday night, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira left a mark on the world as the first Latinas to lead a Super Bowl half-time execution. Lopez respected her legacy by wearing a feathered cape that demonstrated the U.S. banner on one side and the Puerto Rican banner on the other. She opened the cape up to show the Puerto Rico side as her little girl Emme Muñiz and a kids’ ensemble joined her for the opening notes of Bruce Springsteen’s “Conceived in the USA.” An hour after Demi Lovato conveyed an immaculate interpretation of the national song of devotion, Lopez’s exhibition was an unmissable blend, especially on a night when Donald Trump and Mike Bloomberg had likewise publicized battle advertisements.
The unique visitors included J Balvin and Bad Bunny, two Latin American geniuses who had a leap forward in the U.S. in 2019.
The Colombian star, who appeared on the stage in a red costume, sang the 2009 hit song ‘She Wolfu’ with her dancers in a remarkable dance show.
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