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Lady Gaga says there better not be lip synching at Super Bowl Halftime Show 2020, gives a shoutout to Jennifer Lopez and Shakira

Ahead of the Super Bowl 2020 performances from Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, Lady Gaga gave a huge shoutout to the musicians at her AT&T TV Super Saturday Night performance on February 1 at the Island Gardens in Miami, Fla. The singer also said that there better not be lip-synching at the show

Lady Gaga says there better not be lip synching at Super Bowl Halftime Show 2020, gives a shoutout to Jennifer Lopez and Shakira

During her show, Gaga said, “I better hear no lip-syncing tomorrow!” She even sent a shoutout to Jennifer Lopez and Shakira and wished them good luck.

Gaga, who performed at the Halftime show in 2017, said, “I remember when I played the halftime show and it was one of the most beautiful, special things that ever happened to me. All my love to everyone that is performing and playing tomorrow. I hope they all feel as lucky as I do right now.”

Apart from them, J Balvin and Bad Bunny will take the stage on February 2, 2020. Shakira will perform a medley of her hits including 'Hips Don’t Lie' and 'Whenever, Wherever' before Bad Bunny joins her for 'I Like It Like That' performance. As per reports, she has approximately six-minute set before Jennifer Lopez takes the stage. She will perform 'Waiting For Tonight', 'Hit On The Floor' amongst her other hits. J Balvin will join her for 'Mi Gente' performance.

In the end, J-Lo and Shakira will take the stage together to perform 'Waka Waka' and 'Let’s Get Loud'.

ALSO READ: Shakira opens up about upcoming Super Bowl Halftime 2020 performance with Jennifer Lopez

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