Shakira and Jennifer Lopez pulled out all of the stops for the Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sunday night.The superstars took to the stage for a 15-minute performance partway through the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers…
Shakira and Jennifer Lopez pulled out all of the stops for the Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sunday night.
The superstars took to the stage for a 15-minute performance partway through the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers held at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
While the Halftime Show featured guest appearances by J Balvin, Bad Bunny, and Jennifer’s 11-year-old daughter Emme Muniz, just as much attention was placed on the numerous costume changes made by the co-headliners.
Shakira kicked off the extravaganza with a rendition of her song She Wolf in a red minidress covered in Swarovski crystals and matching boots from fashion designer Peter Dundas, though she later ripped off part of her skirt to showcase her abs as she launched into her 2001 hit Whenever, Wherever.
Following the 43-year-old’s set, Jennifer made a splash by singing Jenny from the Block while wearing a studded black leather catsuit from Versace.
She later sported a nude-illusion bodysuit featuring metallic accents to demonstrate the pole dancing skills she mastered for her movie Hustlers on the stage, with a representative from the Italian label noting that the garment took over 700 hours to complete.
Meanwhile, Jennifer, 50, changed into a silver-toned bodysuit with metallic fringe for her performance of Let’s Get Loud, but also gave a nod to her heritage by draping a banner made of feathers decorated to resemble the U.S. and Puerto Rican flags over her shoulders.
For the final part of the spectacle, Shakira opted for a two-piece gold ensemble and matching gold sneakers, with the duo embracing in a big hug at the conclusion as fireworks were set off in the background.
“THANK YOU #TeamDundas for an incredible job. Big applause to @JLo @DonatellaVersace and stylists @RobZanargi and @marielhaenn (Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn). That was epic!!” wrote Peter alongside a slideshow of snaps from the concert.
The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers during the game.
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Will Smith is starring in footwear brand Onitsuka Tiger’s surreal new campaign.The Hollywood superstar has teamed with bosses at the Japanese label, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary, on a 44-second video. Released exclusively on social media a…
Will Smith is starring in footwear brand Onitsuka Tiger’s surreal new campaign.
The Hollywood superstar has teamed with bosses at the Japanese label, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary, on a 44-second video.
Released exclusively on social media and YouTube, the clip is scored by Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny and shows Will dressed in a bright yellow tracksuit and Onitsuka Tiger’s yellow Mexico 66 sneakers – with the outfit resembling the famous ensemble worn by Bruce Lee in incomplete 1973 martial arts film The Game of Death.
After a close-up shot of Will, the camera zooms out to his legs growing very long. He then is seen dancing past and over important monuments around the globe, such as mountain landscapes, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Egyptian pyramids.
After rolling around in a subway carriage, Will then flies through the skies on the back of an eagle and in a hot air balloon that resembles his face.
Uploading the video to his Instagram page, the 50-year-old simply wrote: “Kickin’ It with @onitsukatigerofficial.”
While a brand spokesperson for Onitsuka Tiger commented that Will was the perfect choice for the advertisement.
“Will Smith is actively engaged in various projects such as those addressing environmental issues, having global, borderless influence on women and men of all ages via social media with his unique sense of humour and international awareness,” they stated. “And Onitsuka Tiger also strives to be a brand that provides Japanese technology and craftsmanship to the world via product design, making social contributions, and at the same time a brand that is more social media-friendly. Feeling this strong affinity, we decided to start this collaboration project.”
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Drake is aiming to dominate the Latin pop charts by putting his Spanish-language skills to the test on a new collaboration with Bad Bunny. The Canadian rapper was spotted hitting the studio with the Puerto Rican reggaeton singer back in January (18), …
Drake is aiming to dominate the Latin pop charts by putting his Spanish-language skills to the test on a new collaboration with Bad Bunny.
The Canadian rapper was spotted hitting the studio with the Puerto Rican reggaeton singer back in January (18), and on Thursday (11Oct18), the two artists revealed the song they had been working on.
Mia features Bad Bunny and Drake trading verses entirely in Spanish, marking only the second time the God’s Plan hitmaker has attempted to become bilingual – he previously offered up a little Latin rhyme on Romeo Santos’ Odio single in 2014.
The stars also dropped the accompanying music video for Mia, in which they are featured dancing at an all-night block party.
Bad Bunny previously teased the track in a chat with Entertainment Tonight, admitting it had been a dream come true to work with Drake.
“Being in the studio with (Drake) was an achievement in itself,” he gushed. “(I can’t believe) that collaboration became a reality.”
The song is sure to help propel Bad Bunny back up the charts, after teaming up with Cardi B and J Balvin for their monster hit I Like It, which they performed at the 2018 American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Mia will also likely extend Drake’s domination on streaming services like Spotify – he was recently named the most streamed artist in the firm’s first decade of existence. He leads the male-dominated list, ahead of Ed Sheeran, Eminem, The Weeknd, and Rihanna.
His 2016 release Views was also dubbed the music service’s third most streamed album of the past 10 years, and its single One Dance is the second most played song on Spotify.
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