See the 21 Best Moments from the 2020 Super Bowl Halftime Show
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira wowed the crowd during their epic halftime performance - with a surprise appearance from J. Lo's 11-year-old daughter, Emme
Sparkling in a red sequin dress, birthday girl Shakira kicked off the highly-anticipated halftime show with some expert shimmying and her song "She Wolf" while backed by a troupe of dancers in matching ensembles.
After showing off her dance moves, the singer launched into an epic guitar solo during her song "Empire."
The Colombian singer danced with a rope while reminding us that her "Hips Don't Lie" during a brief instrumental and fireworks-filled interlude.
Puerto Rican trap singer Bad Bunny surprised fans as he joined Shakira onstage to perform his song "I Like It."
Shakira's more than a crowd pleaser - she's a crowd surfer! The 43-year-old leaned back into waiting arms and was carried to another part of the stage, singing all the while.
The singer perfectly executed her running high-kick, prompting fans to wonder if she and J. Lo got some inspiration for their choreography from Netflix's hit show Cheer.
Don't be fooled by the rocks that she's got - she's still "Jenny from the Block," even if she's busy slaying the Super Bowl halftime show.
Jennifer Lopez made her grand entrance onto the stage using a pole to perform in a studded black leather ensemble.
For the first of her five costume changes, Lopez stripped off her leather look to reveal a silver mosaic unitard.
Did you really think the Hustlers star wasn't going to put her newly-acquired pole dancing skills to use during the biggest performance of the year?
Somewhere in the audience, her fiancé Alex Rodriguez was cheering Lopez on. "She ABSOLUTELY CRUSHED IT!" he wrote on Instagram after the performance.
Colombian singer J Balvin also surprised fans with his appearance, and shared a steamy dance with Lopez while they performed.
The "Let's Get Loud" singer showed off her famous moves in a tango-inspired dance number.
Like mother, like daughter! Lopez's 11-year-old daughter Emme dazzled the crowd with her impressive pipes as she joined her mom in singing "Let's Get Loud."
Lopez paraded a red, white and blue feathered Puerto Rican flag cape as her daughter showed off her vocal range.
Shakira manned the drums while Emme and her mom lit up the stage, backed by a group of young female dancers all dressed in white.
The pair hyped up the crowd as they launched into an energetic duet of Shakira's "Waka Waka."
"I feel truly honored to be representing so many people out there," Shakira said at a press conference ahead of the big game earlier this week. "Women, Latinas, and people of any ages. I think that J.Lo and I are here redefining paradigms about age, about race, about background. It doesn't really matter where you're from, how old you are … what matters is what you have to say. And we're here, and we have a lot of stuff to say."
Lopez reflected on how "proud" and "grateful" she was for the hard-earned experience during the press conference, saying, "It's about hard work. The two of us could have never imagined that we'd be playing at the Super Bowl one day." She continued, "I'm very, very proud to be here and to be able to have this moment and am very grateful to be able to do that."
They shook their hips, their heads, and the audience as the epic performance came to an end.
Shakira thanked the audience in Spanish and J. Lo did the same in English as the pair embraced and caught their breath.