Super Bowl LIV Was One For The Ages With A Rocking Halftime Show And Great Commercials
Super Bowl LIV was great all the way through. Andy Reid finally got his well deserved Super Bowl Ring after 20-years, and helped the Chief’s end a 50-year drought.
Andy Reid out-coached Kyle Shanahan and got a 31-20 victory over a great 49ers team. The win was the only thing missing from Andy Reid’s Hall Of Fame coaching career.
Highlights From The Game
J.Lo and Shakira had everyone in Miami shaking their hips and moving their feet. Shakira opened the show with a crew of dancers in a sea of red outfits. She performed a medley of hits, played the guitar, and danced the night away.
The songs she performed displayed Shakira’s wide range of talents. Some of those hits included; “She Wolf”, “Empire”, “Whenever, Wherever” and closed with “Hips Don’t Lie.” Bad Bunny the L
The stage and crowd were now warmed up for the headliner “La Reina,” Jennifer Lopez. J Lo began her performance on the top of a pole and gradually made her way down to the stage while performing “Jenny From The Block.” She then ran through a bunch of hits including “I’m Real,” “Get Right,” “Waiting For Tonight,” and “Love Don’t Cost A Thing.”
One of the coolest moments was when J Lo’s daughter, Emma teamed up with her mom on stage to sing “Let’s Get Loud.” Shakira also came back out playing the drums.
The two Latina icons ended the show performing Shakira’s song “Waka Waka” and shaking their booties in unison.
Check Out Some Of The Halftime Show
(Cover photo courtesy of Dallas Morning News, videos courtesy of HYperloppp and EVP productions, source TMZ, And ESPN)