The High-Energy Spectacle: Jennifer Lopez’s Super Bowl Halftime Show with 130 Dancers and a Wardrobe to Impress

Jennifer Lopez amazed viewers with her stunning Super Bowl halftime show, which featured pole-dancing and powerful political messages. The 50-year-old singer didn’t hold back, hiring a massive team of 130 dancers to help bring her vision to life on stage. To make sure everyone looked their best, a whopping 213 costumes were created and 143 pairs of shoes were collected for the event at Miami Gardens’ Hard Rock Stadium. Watch the video below to relive the epic performance!

No small feat: Jennifer Lopez's Super Bowl halftime performance on Sunday was no small feat, as she hired an army of dancers – 130, to be exact – to bring her vision to life

It was quite a spectacle to behold: Jennifer Lopez dazzled the audience with an epic Super Bowl halftime show that featured a whopping 130 dancers bringing her vision to life. Not only did J.Lo stun with her jaw-dropping outfits, but she also smoothly made three lightning-fast costume changes throughout the performance. With the help of 27 props, experts believe she put on a flawless show for the millions of viewers watching around the world. The highly anticipated show also featured a special guest appearance by Colombian singer Shakira, as the dynamic duo performed a medley of their greatest hits on the grand stage.

It takes an army: An eye-watering 213 costumes were stitched together for the 50-year-old superstar's dancers, and 143 pairs of shoes were acquired

It really took a lot of effort: A whopping 213 costumes were meticulously created for the dancers of the iconic 50-year-old superstar, along with a staggering 143 pairs of shoes being carefully chosen for the performances.

Pole: The multi-faceted entertainer pole danced in the midst of her high-octane performance

Performer: The versatile entertainer showcased her pole dancing skills during her electrifying live show.

Change clothes: Jennifer herself also went through three (extremely quick) costume changes, as she stepped out in one glittering racy ensemble after another

Changing outfits multiple times, Jennifer also showcased her agility by pole dancing on stage and impressing the audience with her dance moves. Singing chart-topping hits like “Jenny From The Block,” “Love Don’t Cost A Thing,” and “Waiting For Tonight,” she proved her talent as a singer, dancer, and actress. Jennifer even brought her 11-year-old daughter Emme on stage to showcase her vocals on “Let’s Get Loud,” while Shakira took a break to play the drums, making a powerful political statement.

Mad props: Experts also estimated that the star employed the use of no less than 27 props to pull off the perfect performance for the hundreds of millions tuned into the show

Kudos to the star for going all out with their performance! According to experts, they used a whopping 27 props to make sure their show was top-notch for the massive audience watching.

Hits: The New York native mesmerised the audience as she ran through a medley of her hits

Highlights: The audience was captivated by the performance of the New York native as she delivered a captivating medley of her most popular songs.

While Jennifer kept the energy high with her performance of Let’s Get Loud, Emme surprised everyone with her rendition of Bruce Springsteen’s Born In The U.S.A from 1984. Jennifer excitedly shouted “Latinos!” as she proudly displayed her Puerto Rican flag inside her Stars And Stripes cape, honoring her parents’ homeland.

The audience at this prestigious annual sports event included the likes of Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Lady Gaga, David Beckham, and Emily Ratajkowski. They all watched in anticipation as the Kansas City Chiefs claimed a major victory by defeating the San Francisco 49ers in a thrilling matchup.

Offspring: She also bright her 11-year-old daughter Emme, from her marriage to Marc Anthony, onto the stage to show off her own vocal abilities as she belted out Let's Get Loud

Children: She also brought her 11-year-old daughter Emme, whom she shares with Marc Anthony, onstage to showcase her singing talents by enthusiastically performing “Let’s Get Loud.”

The Americans: As Jennifer continued performing Let's Get Loud, Emme switched into a rendition of the 1984 Bruce Springsteen song Born In The USA

During Jennifer’s energetic performance of Let’s Get Loud, Emme surprised the audience with her own version of Bruce Springsteen’s iconic 1984 hit, Born In The USA.

Sharing the stage: Mother-of-two Jennifer shared the stake with fellow singer Shakira, 43

Taking turns on stage: Jennifer, a mother of two, split the spotlight with fellow singer Shakira, who is 43 years old.

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