Super Bowl Halftime Show 2020: Betting Guide for Jennifer Lopez, Shakira's Event

Maurice Bobb@@ReeseReportFeatured ColumnistJanuary 30, 2020

MIAMI, FLORIDA - NOVEMBER 02: Jennifer Lopez performs onstage at the 2019 iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina at AmericanAirlines Arena on November 2, 2019 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Jason Koerner/Getty Images for iHeartRadio)
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Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, two of pop music's biggest superstars, will perform for the Super Bowl LIV halftime show at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Sunday.

Not surprisingly, there will be millions of bets placed on the actual game, which features the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.

But for those who want to add some variety to their betting slate, there are plenty of halftime show prop wagers to make things interesting.

There's no doubt that both performers will deliver sets dripping with eye-popping dance moves and sex appeal, but outside of that, here's a quick look at some of the betting odds surrounding the much-anticipated halftime show.

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 24: Singer Shakira performs ahead of the singles final match between Felix Auger-Aliassime of Canada and Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain during Day Seven of the 2019 Davis Cup at La Caja Magica on November 24, 2019 in Madrid, Spain
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How Many Songs Will Be Performed In Spanish During Halftime Show?

  • OVER 1.5 -300
  • UNDER 1.5 +200


How Many Songs Will Be Played During The Halftime Show?

  • OVER 8 -160
  • UNDER 8 +120


How Many Times Will Alex Rodriguez Be Shown During Halftime Show?

  • OVER 0.5 +145
  • UNDER 0.5 -220


How Many Wardrobe Changes For Jennifer Lopez During Halftime Show?

  • OVER 2.5 -160
  • UNDER 2.5 +120


Which Of These Jennifer Lopez Songs Will Be Sung First At Halftime Show?

  • On The Floor +400
  • Jenny From The Block +425
  • Let's Get Loud +450
  • Live It Up +600
  • Get Right +700
  • El Anillo +900
  • Waiting For Tonight +1100
  • If You Had My Love +1200
  • Love Don't Cost A Thing +1200
  • I'm Real +1600
  • Ain't It Funny +1600
  • I'm Gonna Be Alright +1800
  • Que Hiciste +1800


Which Of These Shakira Songs Will Be Sung First At Halftime Show?

  • She Wolf +250
  • Whenever, Wherever +400
  • Dare +550
  • Hips Don't Lie +600
  • La Tortura +700
  • Can't Remember To Forget You +700
  • Waka Waka +700
  • Rabiosa +1200
  • Try Everything +1400
  • La Bicicleta +1800
  • Chantaje +2000


Will Any Of The Fly Girls From 'In Living Color' Make An Appearance During Halftime Show?

  • Yes +425
  • No -800


Will Enrique Iglesias Make An Appearance During Halftime Show?

  • Yes +500
  • No -900


Will DJ Khaled Make An Appearance During Halftime Show?

  • Yes +175
  • No -260


Will A Football Be Used As A Prop During Halftime Show?

  • Yes +350
  • No -600


Will Either Singer Drink Pepsi During Halftime Show?

  • Yes +600
  • No -1500


All odds according to Bovada and are as current as of Thursday.


The wagers put forth by the oddsmakers this year seem to be in line with previous halftime shows. With this show being in Miami, it adds an extra layer of glitz, which is why some of the bets lean in to that notion.

Additionally, oddsmakers are expecting J.Lo and Shakira to explore their Spanish roots during their performances, which is why they believe there will be a song sung in Spanish, for instance.

Both Latin powerhouses are bilingual, and Miami is known for its Latin population, so it stands to reason that they'll show those fans some love in some kind of way.

For the World Cup, Shakira sang "Dare" and "Waka Waka," so oddsmakers are setting up bets on whether or not she'll sing one or both of those for the Super Bowl. 

J.Lo is known for extravagant costumes, so there's a bet on how many wardrobe changes she'll make.

Miami has a claim to multiple superstar artists, so there are bets on whether singers like Enrique Iglesias or Marc Anthony will hit the stage.

There's even a bet on whether the ubiquitous DJ Khaled will make an appearance.

One thing's for sure, J.Lo and Shakira will not spare any expense when it comes to putting on stellar performances.

Shakira has a new single, "Me Gusta," that she's likely to perform at some point, while J.Lo has been showing off quite a bit of bling leading up to the show. 

The Super Bowl halftime show is the biggest stage in music, and both ladies know it. Expect this to be one for the books.


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