Jennifer Lopez Teaching Shakira How To Shake That A** During Super Bowl 2020 Is UNMISSABLE; Watch Leaked Video

Damn hot! Watch this video of Jennifer Lopez giving Shakira some booty-shaking tips ahead of their Super Bowl 2020 performance

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Jennifer Lopez Teaching Shakira How To Shake That A** During Super Bowl 2020 Is UNMISSABLE; Watch Leaked Video
What happens when two dancing legends come together on the stage to wow audiences? Fireworks! Well, you have already witnessed the hysteria amid the recently-held Super Bowl 2020 where both Shakira and Jennifer Lopez had literally set the stage on fire with their ‘too hot to handle and seductive’ performances. That particular moment was the talk of the town for quite long, courtesy JLo and Shakira’s raunchy dance numbers. Now, a BTS video of Jennifer Lopez giving some booty shaking lessons to Shakira has gone viral and it’s too good to miss.

The video, shared by TMZ, sees JLo teaching Shakira how to shake that a** during a private Super Bowl halftime rehearsal. "I do it with my knees. If you shake your knees, your butt goes. My mother taught me that ... when I was four!” as a focused Shakira follows all the instructions. It begins with JLo shaking her booty to perfection, followed by the Hips Don’t Lie singer, who made it a point to wiggle her butt and we couldn’t help but drool.

The clip is a part of the newly released video Jenny from the Block, wherein fans get glimpses of all the hard work and efforts that had gone behind the mind-blowing halftime show, which took place in January this year.

Check out the video:


JLo wrote, “I can’t believe it’s already been 3 months since the #SuperBowlLIV#Halftime Show. So much has happened since then, but I wanted to share a fun peek behind the scenes at our first rehearsal with the dancers and @Shakira."


image source: instagram/jlo, shakira
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