MIAMI – The Super Bowl has been set. Well, at least the Super Bowl halftime show.
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, two of the biggest names in entertainment, were announced Thursday as the headliners for the Super Bowl LIV halftime show next February at Hard Rock Stadium.
Lopez had long been rumored to be in conversations with NFL officials to perform, but the Shakira announcement was the big surprise.
J. Lo and Shakira join a list of high profile entertainers to perform in front of the huge Super Bowl television audience; including Prince, who put on perhaps the greatest halftime show in the game's history in 2007 at Hard Rock Stadium.
Here's a list of Super Bowl halftime in Miami performers:
Super Bowl II - 1968 - Grambling marching band
Super Bowl III - 1969 - Florida A&M marching band
Super Bowl V - 1971 - Southeast Missouri State marching band
Super Bowl X - 1976 - Up with People
Super Bowl XIII - 1979 - Ken Hamilton (Salute to the Caribbean)
Super Bowl XXIII - 1989 - Elvis Presto (1950s Rock and Roll)
Super Bowl XXIX - 1995 - Patti Labelle, Teddy Pendergrass, Tony Bennett, Miami Sound Machine
Super Bowl XXXIII - 1999 - Stevie Wonder, Gloria Estefan, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
Super Bowl XLI - 2007 - Prince
Super Bowl XLIV - 2010 - The Who