Spoiler Alert: Bad Bunny To Be Surprise Super Bowl Halftime Guest

  • Jennifer Lopez and Shakira are headlining the Super Bowl LIV Halftime show.
  • Bad Bunny is confirmed to be a surprise guest.
  • Bad Bunny recently released a Kobe Bryant tribute song titled ‘6 Rings’.

MIAMI - We are just hours away from seeing the Super Bowl LIV halftime show that will be headlined by superstar singers Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.

As both Lopez and Shakira are of Hispanic decent, it is no surprise that joining them onstage will be reggaeton sensation Bad Bunny. Bad Bunny will be hitting the stage with another reggaeton Super Bowl star, J Balvin.

With the unfortunate passing of NBA legend Kobe Bryant this last weekend, it is possible for Bad Bunny to perform his recently released track 6 Rings, a tribute to Bryant.

2020 Halftime Show

The 2020 Super Bowl halftime show is expected will see J-Lo and Shakira performing some of their biggest hits.

Shakira is set to open up the show with a medley of “Hips Don’t Lie” and “Whenever, Whenever.” Following this, she will be joined by Bad Bunny for “I Like it Like That”. Lopez to follow, performing songs like “Love Don’t Cost a Thing, “Waiting For Tonight”, and “Mi Gente” with J Balvin.

We are also expecting to see Lopez's daughter Emme hit the stage as she has been appearing on tour with her superstar mother.

The Pepsi halftime show is expected to be a spectacle with a lot of moving parts. The NFL hired around 600 people to work the event, showing that no expense is being spared.

Kobe Bryant Tribute

A tragedy that affected all of sports took place just one week before the Super Bowl. Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna Bryant, and seven others unfortunately lost their lives in a horrific helicopter crash.

It has been confirmed that some form of tribute for Kobe and the other victims will be taking place during the halftime show.

"We'll all be remembering Kobe on Sunday and celebrating life and diversity in this country," Shakira said when addressing the crowd at the Super Bowl press conference in Miami. "I'm sure he'd be very proud to see the message we are trying to convey on stage that day."

Bad Bunny recently released “6 Rings”, a tribute song to Bryant following the tragedy. There is a possibility that he will be performing the song during the show.

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