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The halftime show superbowl It is an event long awaited by millions of people, not only fans of American football, but also of international music. Great artists have passed through the fabulous scene leaving all the power and talent there. Among the best, according to the public, are michael jackson in 1993, Katy Perry in 2015, U2 in 2002 and of course, Shakira and Jlo in 2020. How much were they paid for their performance?
JLo recently premiered her documentary “Halftime” where she details how she prepared for the iconic halftime with the Colombian singer, in one of the scenes he mentioned that sharing the stage with her seemed like a really bad idea although it was a success.
“It’s the worst idea in the world for two people to perform at the Super Bowl. It was the worst idea in the world.”said singer partner Ben Affleck.
But later he clarified that the error had nothing to do with Shakira or his performance but the organizers chose two very important Latin personalities for such a short show. “It was an insult to think that it took two Latinas to do the work that an artist has done historically,” she said, arguing with someone from the staff to give them both more time.
The documentary will be available from June 14, 2022 but if some doubts have arisen like How much money did they win for their short, ok, but extraordinary appearance at the 2020 SuperBowl?
How much did Shakira and JLo get paid for their Super Bowl halftime show?
Shakira and Jlo had an incredible turnout at the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show, a huge milestone for internationally acclaimed entertainers. They gave one of the best shows full of lights, dancing, a great musical repertoire and lots of Latin flavors. But how much did they pay them? ANY! None of the singers received a dollar for their performance.
However, they didn’t take a penny out of their pocket either, as the organizers took care of everything, including accommodation, flights and changing rooms.
In reality, the Super Bowl halftime is a short, intense and expected all year round party, but where the artist does not receive any type of payment. So why do they do it? Very easy, exposing yourself to winning more public and short-term contracts means money later.
Speaking of numbers, the Super Bowl where the singers competed was seen by around 101 million people worldwide plus those who were in the stadium, so it’s definitely a great platform to get your name out there even if you already have such a well positioned name as Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.
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