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Twitter Still Hasn't Recovered From Jennifer Lopez And Shakira's Super Bowl Halftime Show

This is everything I’ve been dreaming of since 2000!
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  • Jennifer Lopez and Shakira shut down the Super Bowl after their halftime show performance.
  • They both sang a medley of their greatest hits and even brought out Bad Bunny and J Balvin.

The 2020 Super Bowl is officially over and that means we get to enjoy a full 365 days of ignoring the NFL until another halftime show demands our attention. In the meantime, the collective internet will be obsessing over Jennifer Lopez and Shakira’s performance from last night because it was Mind! Blowing!

Truly, if you didn’t watch it, IDK what you’re waiting for? It was way better than Maroon 5’s performance last year, and it’ll be difficult for any artist to top it. From the second Shakira popped out of the stage and got right into “She Wolf” to the minute J.Lo descended on a stripper pole, using her Hustlers skills, the show was filled with moments that were ripe for the meme-ing. So in an effort to think of nothing else today and relive their genius, let’s take a look at the absolute best memes and Twitter reactions from the night.

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First off, we must discuss J.Lo’s preshow hair flip:

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And how she not only repurposed her Hustlers training but also recreated one of the best scenes in the movie:

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And how Shakira basically channeled her Zootopia character’s outfit.

One major theme of the night was joking about how Jennifer Lopez allegedly doesn’t sing her own songs, which you can learn all about when you spiral down a YouTube rabbit hole. Eek!

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And, uh, we can’t talk about the halftime show memes without talking about how everyone was quick to make fun of Shakira’s “tongue wag”—without knowing the origins of it. Luckily, though, some users chimed in to school everyone in how that expression is actually “a popular Arab tradition, called ‘zaghrouta,’ used to express joy at celebrations.” Palm Beach Post reporter Lulu Ramadan added, “In the melting pot that is Miami, you could not have picked a better Super Bowl act and this was a lovely touch.”

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On a final note, these are, objectively, quality tweets that sum up the evening:

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Okay, go forth and try to channel at least a quarter of that J.Lo-Shakira energy today!


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