Who performed at the Super Bowl halftime show 2020?

THE Super Bowl halftime show has had a history of stellar performers.

Last year, Shakira and Jennifer Lopez teamed up to storm the stage, raking in over 100 million eyes on their performance.

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Who performed at the half time show Super Bowl 2020?

It was announced in September 2019 that the Latina duo of Shakira and JLo would have the honor of singing live for the Super Bowl 54 crowd.

Shakira was very excited to be performing and stated in an interview that her taking on the opportunity should be an inspiration to others.

During an interview with CBS the popstar said: “I think the message [of my performance] is gonna be ‘Listen, I'm a woman. I'm a Latina. It wasn't easy for me to get to where I am. And being at the Super Bowl is proof that everything is possible."

Jennifer Lopez was delighted that two Latina women got the opportunity to perform on such a global stage in Miami.

"This is the marker of a new time not just in the NFL but this country, it sends an important message" Lopez explained.

"It's about making a statement of love and unity and make everyone come together just for a moment and hopefully that resonates."

Shakira performed first in a stunning two-piece red glitter dress and showed her hips truly do not lie as she seductively danced across the stage.

She sang her medley of hits – which included She Wolf, Whenever, Wherever and Hips Don't Lie – joined by a sea of dancers in matching red costumes and Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny.

J. Lo came out next for a sexy performance of her most famous tracks which included Jenny From the Block, I'm Real, Get Right, Booty and On the Floor.

A host of memes ensued after the performance after Shakira took a random moment to make a turkey-like sound mid-song.

Who won the Super Bowl 2020?

Last year, the Kansas City battled back from a ten-point deficit going into the final quarter against the San Francisco 49ers to win the Super Bowl at 31-20.

Three touchdowns in the final 15 minutes ended a 50-year wait for a Kansas City Super Bowl victory.

Who is playing in the Super Bowl this year?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be playing at their own stadium when they face Kansas City Chiefs in this year's NFL showdown.

The Bucs defeated the Green Bay Packers 31-26 in the NFC Championship Game to reach their first Super Bowl in 18 years,

While the Chiefs beat the Buffalo Bills 38-24 to win the AFC Championship Game.

How can I watch the Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl will be shown on CBS in the United States.

The broadcast will begin at 6.30pm ET and you can stream it live on CBSsports.com.

NFL Game Pass is a streaming service offered by the National Football League and costs $99 per season – but games are NOT offered live in the US on Game Pass.

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