Jennifer Lopez stunned the crowd in Miami during the halftime show at Super Bowl LIV on Sunday (Feb. 2) when she strutted onto the stage in a custom bodysuit and an eye-popping red, white and blue coat that was revealed to be in the shape of a Puerto Rican flag.
While the coat made a loud fashion statement, animal rights group PETA was not as impressed, calling out the "Love Don't Cost a Thing" singer for what they said was an unnecessarily cruel fashion choice.
"This flag could have flown without killing birds," read a tweet from PETA. "Dozens of birds were KILLED for this #SuperBowl #PepsiHalfTime performance." The tweet also included side-by-side images of a triumphant Lopez spreading the flag coat's arms out next to an image of dead, plucked birds hanging on hooks in a processing plant.