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Entertainment highlights from the Super Bowl

NFL Football - Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show - Kansas City Chiefs v San Francisco 49ers - Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, Florida, U.S. - February 2, 2020. Shakira and Jennifer Lopez perform during halftime show. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Entertainment highlights from the Super Bowl

NFL's biggest night of the year has wrapped up, with the Kansas City Chiefs winning their first Super Bowl in 50 years. But enough of sport - we're here for the entertainment highlights! MiNDFOOD takes a look at some of the best moments from the celebs and performers at the game.

Entertainment highlights from the Super Bowl

Demi Lovato performs moving rendition of national anthem

In 2010, the singer posted on Twitter that “onnnee dayyy” she would sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl. Her dream came true when she performed at the match between the Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. 

Fans and fellow celebs posted their praise on social media for Lovato’s rendition, which was only her second live performance since taking a year and a half off following an overdose in 2018. The incident saw her return to rehab after six years of sobriety.

Beyonce and Jay-Z sit down during national anthem

Superstar husband and wife pair Beyonce and Jay-Z caused a stir by not standing during the national anthem.

The couple, who were sitting with their eldest child Blue Ivy, sat for the duration of the song as Demi Lovato belted it out.


It comes despite Jay-Z and his entertainment company Roc Nation working with the NFL to advise on selecting artists for major events such as the Super Bowl.

The rapper faced backlash for working with the league, which was seen as a betrayal of Colin Kaepernick kneeling for the anthem during games to call attention to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Jennifer Lopez’s daughter joins her onstage at halftime

J.Lo’s daughter Emme appeared onstage, singing a rendition of “Let’s Get Loud” as other kids sang along and Shakira accompanied on the drums.

The crowd went wild as the 11-year-old showed off her impressive pipes which she clearly inherited from her mother as well as her pop star father Marc Anthony.

Lopez shared the stage with Shakira for the halftime show, which was praised for its high energy and celebration of Latin culture.

Lopez also took the opportunity to use some of the pole dancing skills she learnt ahead of filming Hustlers, in which she played a stripper-turned-criminal mastermind.

The show also featured a number of signature moves from Kiwi dancer Parris Goebel, who the singer recruited to choreograph her performance.

Watch the full Super Bowl halftime show here:

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