"The Worst Idea In The World"- Jennifer Lopez About Sharing The Stage With Shakira

Megastar Jennifer Lopez (52 years old) made an incendiary confession related to her collaboration with Shakira (45 years old).

The two divas shared the stage for a few minutes at the Super Bowl 2020.

In her new documentary "Halftime" on Netflix, Jennifer Lopez spoke about her experience of sharing the stage with Shakira in 2020. Speaking about her Super Bowl halftime performance with Shakira, Lopez said the collaboration was the "worst idea in the world" and si voiced her frustrations over being a co-headliner.

Lopez told her music director Kim bruise, "We have six [expletive] minutes", explaining how these are not enough, the singer-dancer continued, "We have to have our singing moments. It's not going to be a dance [expletive] revue. We have to sing our message."

"This is the worst idea in the world to have two people do the Super Bowl. It was the worst idea in the world", JLo complained.

"If it was going to be a double-headliner, they should have given us 20 minutes," Lopez added.

Jennifer Lopez Rather Upset With NFL, Not With Shakira

Though, it seems Jennifer Lopez's frustration was never with Shakira, but rather with the NFL that did not offer enough time for her and Shakira to perform.

In another behind-the-scenes moment, Shakira and Lopez are seen discussing how much time each of them would have to sing. Lopez says that the NFL should have given them 20 minutes, which would have been in line with past halftime show sets.

"They said 12 minutes. I got kind of a good confirmation that we could have an extra minute or two, so now we're at, like, 13, 14 minutes," Lopez tells Shakira.

"I think, Shakira, what we should have is you should have half the time and I should [have half]. If it was going to be a double-headliner, they should have given us 20 minutes. That's what they should've **** done," she says, according to popsugar.co.uk.

On the other hand, Jennifer Lopez's manager Benny Medina criticized the fact that her client had to share the stage with Shakira.

"Typically, you have one headliner at a Super Bowl. That headliner constructs a show, and, should they choose to have other guests, that's their choice," Medina says.

"It was an insult to say you needed two Latinas to do the job that one artist historically has done," he concluded.

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