The 2020 Super Bowl Halftime show was filled with fun, excitement and a few emotional moments.
Held on Sunday, February 2nd, 2020, with millions of people across the world tuned in to watch the NFL’s Super Bowl. One of TV’s biggest night of the year, which kicked off at the Hard Rock Stadium, Miami.
In what could be regarded as coincidence or twist of fate, Demi Lovato sang the National Anthem. Having predicted as far back as 2010 via a tweet that she would do such at the Super Bowl. Her dreams came true as she rendered it beautifully as ever.
The action packed night started on a rollercoaster as Former WWE Superstar and Actor – Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson took team intros to another mind blowing level.
As the players strutted down the sleek black runway, the unconventional Compere was so ingenious that he intertwined famous wrestling introductions with the elegance of a fashion show.
Although Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in one hell of a game, but that wasn’t all about the Super Bowl. The Halftime show has always been a spectacle to behold.
The Super Bowl Halftime show has always been a spectacle to behold. Held on Sunday, February 2nd, 2020, with classic outings from Demi Lovato,The Rock, J.Lo, Shakira
Pop superstars in persons of ageless duo –Jennifer Lopez and Shakira took the stage at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday night to deliver a highly anticipated halftime show performance at Super Bowl LIV.
Both singers took turns in electrifying the atmosphere and entertaining the spectators before teaming up to deal the final blow. Cameo performances from J. Lo’s daughter, Bad Bunny (Puerto Rico) and J Balvin (Colombia) further went on to lit up the sporting/entertainment event.
Less than 24 hours after the magnificent duo’s Superbowl Halftime show performance, Shakira topped the US iTunes chart with “Whenever, Wherever“. “Hips Don’t Lie” skyrocketed to #3 while ‘Waka Waka” was at #5. The singer’s latina compatriot J.Lo charted at #17with ‘On The Floor’ and ‘Let’s Get Loud’ at #19.