Jennifer Lopez got furious at the NFL

Jennifer Lopez got furious at the NFL

Jennifer Lopez got furious at the NFL

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira were chosen to headline the program for the 2020 game, Courtesy. (Google).

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  • Jennifer Lopez’s documentary, Halftime, documents her involvement in the Super Bowl Halftime Show.
  • She and Shakira were chosen to headline the program for the 2020 game.
  • Lopez had a falling out with the NFL because she planned to have her daughter sing inside a cage
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Jennifer Lopez confirms it all in her Netflix documentary Halftime, in which she documents the actual behind-the-scenes battle of the Super Bowl Halftime Show 2020. JLo and Shakira were invited in to headline the program, and the two luminaries were given a total of 12 minutes to deliver their classic performance.

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As Lopez outlined her intentions for the performance in the documentary, she maintained, “We have to have our singing moments,” while also emphasizing, “It’s not going to be a dance f—king revue.”We have to sing our message..”  She then went on to attack the NFL, saying, “This is the worst idea in the world to have two people do the Super Bowl.” It was the worst idea in the world “. Typically, at a Super Bowl,” her manager Benny Medina said, “you have one headliner,” and added, “That headliner constructs a show and, should they choose to have other guests, that’s their choice.” To suggest you needed something was an insult. It was an insult to say you needed two Latinas to do the job that one artist historically has done.”

Later, the singer had a falling out with the NFL because she planned to have her daughter Emme sing Let’s Get Loud inside a cage as a reflection on US border policy, explaining that migrant children were being separated from their parents and placed in detention centers. Benny claimed as the situation worsened, “The NFL had a real concern about making a political statement about immigration. They looked at the plans, and the message was absolute. They did not want those cages in the show. That had come down from the highest authority.”

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JLo, on the other hand, opted to go her own way and did not remove the cages, claiming that the comments were not political but rather “human rights” sentiments. Even for the NFL Halftime Show, she stated that she could not “sacrifice what I believe in.”

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