During a Tuesday broadcast of “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen,” Gloria Estefan had no qualms about mocking Jennifer Lopez, an actress and musician.
Cohen questioned the representative of Cuban Americans on comments made by Lopez regarding the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show, in which she appeared alongside Colombian singer Shakira.
In her Netflix narrative “Halftime,” Lopez grumbled about the time imperatives of sharing the stage, referring to it as “the most terrible thought on the planet.”
Accordingly, Estefan let Cohen know that she was approached to join Lopez and Shakira on the Super Bowl stage however dismissed the proposition.
“See, this is the main concern. You have next to no time, similar to 12 minutes or something, to get things on and off the set,” Estefan made sense of. “Anyway, might you at some point do it with one individual? Indeed, however I think they needed to toss a Miami and Latin spectacle, and they attempted to pack it however much as could reasonably be expected.”
Furthermore, in spite of the fact that Estefan said that the ladies “killed it” and that it was an “astounding show,” the “Cadence Is Gonna Get You” vocalist likewise made a move to toss a little shade at Lopez.
“Alright, and envision what J.Lo would have said in the event that I was the third [performer]!” Estefan expressed, messing with out her eyes.
“I in a real sense would emerge, done ‘come on shake your body,’ out!” Estefan kidded, alluding to the verses of her 1985 Miami Sound Machine hit, “Conga!”
Estefan then added that she’s performed at a couple of Super Bowls and that Lopez and Shakira’s show was “their second” to sparkle.
“Furthermore, I would have rather not started an eating routine in December,” Estefan said. “It’s Christmas!”
Lopez’s grievances about her Super Bowl execution in “Halftime” weren’t aimed at Shakira yet at the NFL.
Lopez’s director Benny Medina shared his client’s disappointments over the NFL’s decision of a co-featuring execution.
“Regularly, you have one main event at a Super Bowl. That main event develops a show, and, would it be a good idea for them they decide to have different visitors, that is their decision,” he expressed, as per Entertainment Weekly. “It was an affront to say you wanted two Latinas to finish the work that one craftsman generally has done.”