At the start of the documentary “Halftime” about Jennifer Lopez, a dispute breaks out online between the singer’s fans and those of Shakira. Reason: statements about their joint appearance at the Super Bowl 2020. Criticism or just provocation for advertising purposes?
Just in time for the new edition of the ntv podcast “Ditt & Datt & Dittrich” the documentary “Half Time” about Jennifer Lopez starts on Netflix. Even beforehand, some of the statements made there caused heated discussions on the internet. Especially between J.Lo’s fans and Shakira’s fans. The two megastars appeared together at the Super Bowl in 2020 and shared the stage for a spectacular show. The fact that Jennifer Lopez was anything but enthusiastic about the joint appearance now splits the supporters of the two singers into two camps.
Was it really “the worst idea in the world” behind the scenes to bring the two superstars together on stage? Is the 52-year-old singer really just about being in the spotlight on her own? And why did the statements of your manager ultimately lead to a scandal? That’s what this episode of “Ditt & Datt & Dittrich” is all about.
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