Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by chromatica, Sep 26, 2019.
I wonder if Ashanti & Christina Milian will be credited for their appearances this time.
Imagine if Shakira brings out (the gayest football anthem ever)
After two years of heterosexual male nonsense halftime performers, this would truly be what the faggöts deserve.
I honestly can’t even remember the last Halftime Show performer not named Lady Gaga.
I hate Waka Waka ddd.
From Shakira I want:
Hips Don't Lie
Estoy Aqui/ Donde Estas Corazon
From J.Lo I want:
Waiting for Tonight
Dinero/ El Anillo
If You Had My Love
On The Floor
Love Don't Cost A Thing
The potential for a fantastic performance, the choreo, the sheer stamina of them both. 'On The Floor', 'Get Right', 'La Tortura', 'Hips Don't Lie',... they could be massive performances. And y'all know Pitbull and Maluma will be there too.
So happy Shaki will be getting coin to pay her taxes too.
I reckon she will as this seems to be a big hit for her in America.
The Latina agenda keeps on winning.
Shakira better do something from Donde estan los ladrones? instead of her recent tragique choices.
Lizzo - “Truth Hurts”
Cardi B - “Bodak Yellow”
Fiona Apple - “Criminal” (with pole-dancing from J. Lo and Shakira)
They are both incredible performers and I think they are a good match for an event like this. Superbowl goes gay again, they know they haven’t had a hit halftime show since Gagz
It's actually sort of a genius move for both, no? The amount of bangers to pick from to put the setlist together is ridiculous. I also think it's going to be interesting to see how they work together sharing the same stage since J. Lo and Shakira have never collaborated before.
Well to be fair Shakira is... way more famous. Except in the US.
Even Give It Up To Me charted higher here. I doubt Waka Waka is making the cut.
Charts aside I remember it being a big song. I'd rather something else but I wouldn't be shocked.
Really? I don't think I've ever even heard it, yet alone recall it receiving any play in the US.
Children love it.
Give us what we deserve, Jenny. featuring the cast of POSE
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