The Dream Setlist for Jennifer Lopez & Shakira's Super Bowl Halftime Show

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira
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Jennifer Lopez and Shakira

We are less than a week away from watching Jennifer Lopez and Shakira perform at the Super Bowl LIV halftime show, taking place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Sunday. Both artists made the surprise announcement in late September 2019 by posting the news on social media, where they've also been sharing photos and videos while rehearsing.

While we wait to see the show, Billboard put together a list of songs we're hoping Jennifer Lopez and Shakira include in their 2020 Super Bowl halftime performance.

Check it out below.


Opening: Jennifer Lopez

Medley: “Let’s Get Loud” / “On the Floor”

What better way to start the halftime show at the Super Bowl than with two of Jennifer Lopez's most high-energy hits? These tracks will definitely get fans on their feet. Also, we're hoping Pitbull shows up.

Shakira's entrance

Medley: “Can’t Remember to “Forget You” / “Dare” / ”Beautiful Liar”

Jennifer Lopez's “On the Floor” would bring the perfect beat to lead into Shak’s entrance with “Can’t Remember to Forget You.” Shakira could also wow with a medley that includes “Dare” and “Beautiful Liar.”

Spanish-language songs:

"Crazy" / "La Tortura" / "Dinero" / "El Anillo"

Why not include songs in Spanish? In her setlist, the Colombian singer could include "Loca" and "La Tortura," while Lopez might go for "Dinero" and "El Anillo." These four songs would serve as a wonderful representation of the artists' Latin heritage.

Big Finale

“Whenever, Wherever” / “Live It Up”

Inevitably, Lopez and Shakira will join forces to sing each other’s songs. For the big finale, “Whenever, Wherever” and “Live It Up” would make for one of the biggest moments in Latin music.


Listen to the dream playlist below.

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