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    Updated on Sep 11, 2019. Posted on Sep 10, 2019

    Jennifer Lopez Could Be Performing At The 2020 Super Bowl Halftime Show

    We'd be so lucky to have her.

    Fun fact: Jennifer Lopez has never played the Super Bowl Halftime Show before. But, if a new report is to be believed, 2020 could be the year of J.Lo.

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    According to "multiple sources" at Us Weekly, the NFL has reached out to J.Lo to play the Super Bowl LIV. Honestly, she has all of the hits — and clearly knows how to dress for the theme (as evidenced by this photo of her 2001 TRL performance at the Super Bowl XXXV, as well as the one below).

    J.Lo didn't exactly deny this either (!!!) when asked about it by Hoda Kotb in a SiriusXM interview. Naturally, she played it coy with a laugh and the words, "I don't know."

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    It definitely seems like she knows something.

    Even though J.Lo has never served as the main performer at the Super Bowl, she did play a pre-Super Bowl show in 2018, where she fully flexed how many hits she's managed to fit into her career.

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    At the time, she ran through "Love Don't Cost a Thing," "Waiting For Tonight," "Get Right," "Jenny From the Block," "I'm Real," "Ain't It Funny," "On the Floor," and "Let's Get Loud" — just to name a handful.

    Coincidentally, this isn't the first time J.Lo has been rumored to be serving as the Super Bowl Halftime Show performer.


    Back in 2018, when speculation brewed that she could be doing it, she told ET, "Yeah, we've thought about the Super Bowl and it's in Miami, it's a big deal but we'll see. They make their own decisions over there."

    That same year J.Lo's pre-Super Bowl show confirmed that she would absolutely crush the Halftime Show if given the chance.

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    She was also rumored to be playing the Super Bowl in 2016, but obviously that never came to fruition.

    J Lo at the Super Bowl halftime show 🙌🏽

    Instead, we were treated to Beyoncé, as well as Coldplay and Bruno Mars.

    Then the following Super Bowl, after Lady Gaga played the halftime show, J.Lo once again weighed in on her performance, as well as the possibility of Jenny From the Block ever playing it.


    "I don't know about the whole Super Bowl thing [for me]," she told Andy Cohen. "We'll see what happens, but I loved Gaga this year."

    Thankfully, she then she added, "I'd love to. I'd have to. My dad would kill me if I ever said no to that."


    Just saying her tour ends in August, so she should be available...


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