Gloria Estefan Shades Jennifer Lopez Over Super Bowl Halftime Comments

Gloria Estefan had no apprehensions about making to some degree fun of performer craftsman Jennifer Lopez during an episode of “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen” on Tuesday.

During one part, Cohen asked the Cuban American image her viewpoint on the remarks Lopez made about the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show, in which she performed with Colombian performer Shakira

In her Netflix story “Halftime,” Lopez protested about the time goals of sharing the stage, alluding to it as “the most incredibly horrible idea on earth.”

In like manner, Estefan let Cohen in on that she was drawn nearer to join Lopez and Shakira on the Super Bowl stage anyway excused the recommendation.

“It’s obvious, this is the fundamental concern. You have close to no time, like 12 minutes or something, to get things on and off the set,” Estefan figured out. “At any rate, might you sooner or later do it with one person? To be sure, but I think they expected to throw a Miami and Latin scene, and they endeavored to pack it whatever amount as could sensibly be anticipated.”

Besides, notwithstanding the way that Estefan said that the ladies “killed it” and that it was an “shocking show,” the “Rhythm Will Get You” entertainer in like manner took action to throw a little shade at Lopez.

“Okay, and imagine what J.Lo would have said if I was the third [performer]!” Estefan communicated, playing with out her eyes.

“I from a genuine perspective would arise, done ‘come on shake your body,’ out!” Estefan joked, suggesting the refrains of her 1985 Miami Sound Machine hit, “Conga!”

Estefan then, at that point, added that she’s performed at several Super Dishes and that Lopez and Shakira’s show was “their second” to shimmer.

“Besides, I would have rather not begun an eating routine in December,” Estefan said. “It’s Christmas!”

Lopez’s complaints about her Super Bowl execution in “Halftime” weren’t focused on Shakira yet at the NFL.

Lopez’s chief Benny Medina shared his client’s mistake over the NFL’s choice of a co-highlighting execution.

“Consistently, you have one headliner at a Super Bowl. That headliner fosters a show, and, would it be smart for them they choose to have various guests, that is their choice,” he communicated, according to Diversion Week by week. “It was an attack against say you believed two Latinas should complete the work that one specialist by and large has done.”