According to multiple sources from celebrity columnist, Love B. Scot, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira interactions have been “icy.”
A source told Love B. Scott that Jennifer Lopez and Shakira “aren’t really feeling each other.” If you were expecting a duet or number performed together in February, you should probably adjust your expectations.
“As usual with these Super Bowl performances, the performers are having trouble fitting their set into the time constraints,” the source told Love B. Scott, who is known to be good friends with Lopez, among stars like Mariah Carey and Ne-Yo. “Right now, the halftime show in the works is running way longer than the allotted time. The NFL, along with the powers-that-be are trying to solve the issue.”
To make matters worse, Lopez and Shakira aren’t exactly as “cozy” as social media and advertising has promoted. “There were initial plans for them to perform a significant portion of the halftime show together — but that’s out the window,” the source added. “As of now, they’re just planning to appear briefly together at the end of the set. There isn’t any real feud, but there’s definitely a chill in the air between the two stars.”
The source adds how tensions have risen over the mere fact that the Colombian-born artist wasn’t initially part of the show and instead, brought on after Lopez was finalized by the NFL.
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