As she prepares for the show, her fiance Alex Rodriguez was on hand to take some adorable video of the rehearsals. In the clip, JLo is surrounded by a group of young girls that many have speculated could be backup dancers during her big performance in February.
Once ARod pans the camera toward them, they all scream for ice cream. "All they wanted was a little ice cream 🍦❤️ #superbowlrehearsals. What’s your favorite ice cream flavor?" the former baseball star wrote in the caption for the video.
In addition to that video, Rodriguez offered another look at JLo doing some impressive dance work to Nina Sky's "Move Ya Body." The video seems to be from the same day, as JLo is sporting the same black sports bra as in the first video.
"This is how I feel about Christmas shopping ❤️. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! 💚," he captioned the post.
We know that JLo is going to bring plenty of energy and excitement to her halftime show. In a recent interview with Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show," the singer discussed the gig, which will take place on Feb. 2 in Miami, FL. In the interview, she promised that she and Shakira were "gonna bring that flavor. It’s gonna be good."
JLo and Shakira were announced as the performers in September of this year, and it'll be fascinating to see what they do. They are two of the most iconic Latin American stars in music and have been for a long time.
Whatever they bring to the stage in Miami, it seems likely they'll put on a great show. For JLo performing at the Super Bowl can only help her chances as she tries to lock down an Oscar in February as well.
In "Hustlers," the actress and singer plays an experienced stripper who takes a younger stripper under her wing. Together, the two of them begin to rip off Wall Street tycoons.
J Lo has been earning rave reviews for her performance since the movie was released, and she's made it clear in recent weeks that she wants a little gold trophy. The visibility of performing at the Super Bowl can only serve as a reminder of her incredible range of talent, and keep her on voters' minds.