J.Lo and Shakira Made TV History at the Super Bowl Halftime Show

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira made history as the first Latinas to headline a Super Bowl halftime show.

Latin pride was the theme of the 15-minute performance, which Shakira started with “She Wolf.” The attention was all on Shakira as she showed off her belly dancing, iconic hips, and her guitar skills during her performances of “Whenever, Wherever,” “Hips Don’t Lie,” and Cardi B’s “I Like It,” which featured Bad Bunny joining her on stage.

J.Lo then hit the stage, performing her pole-dancing moves from Hustlers while she sang “Jenny from the Block,” “I’m Real,” “Get Right,” and “Waiting for Tonight.”

J Balvin, another Latino artist, joined Lopez for “Qua Calor” while she sang “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” before singing Beyoncé collaboration with Balvin, “Mi Gente.” Balvin then exited the stage and Lopez sang “On the Floor.”

J.Lo’s daughter Emme joined her, showing off her talent from her famous parents by leading the children’s choir in “Let’s Get Loud” and Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the U.S.A.” Lopez proudly held a Puerto Rican flag while standing next to her daughter.

Shakira and Lopez ended the Halftime show with “Waka Waka.”