Shakira & Jennifer Lopez Headline Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show: Start Time, Lineup & Surprise Guests
From the wardrobe malfunctions to uncoordinated backup dancers in shark costumes, this year’s Halftime show is going to be big, bold, and building great potential to become another memorable performance. The headlining acts are Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, making them the first duo to headline a Super Bowl since 2007.
When the duo was announced back in September, many fans immediately began complimenting the choice. Since Pepsi, nor the NFL have decided to announce guests, many fans took an even bigger opportunity to praise the two stars.
Two of them Are Global Icons And They can do it without any guest … guest for what ?!
— Seti JLover (@setayeshtorani) September 28, 2019
Lopez can attribute her fame to a leading role in a movie, back in 1997. In 1999, she debuted and released her first album titled On the 6, which was one of the earliest Latin-pop albums to be sold in the United States. For Shakira, she was originally a Spanish-only artist in her home country of Colombia. It wasn’t until 2001, when her fifth album titled Laundry Service was released in the United States as her first album in English.
In addition to J. Lo and Shakira, the NFL confirmed via Twitter that Demi Lovato would be singing the National Anthem. For Lovato, she is fresh off of an emotional performance at the Grammys, which included a restart of the song and ended with a standing ovation. That show was Lovato’s first live performance in over a year.
— NFL (@NFL) January 16, 2020
The Super Bowl’s kick off time is 6:30 p.m, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. For cable TV viewers, the game will be on FOX. Individuals without cable can also watch the game on other online platforms, such as Hulu or the Fox Sports app.