Jennifer Lopez’s ‘Halftime’ doc opens Tribeca Film Festival 2022
When Jennifer Lopez had to share the Super Bowl halftime stage co-headlining with Shakira in 2020,
some — myself included — wondered why Jenny needed anybody else on her block.
Although the two Latina divas played nice and hugged it out at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, it turns out Lopez wasn’t
feelin’ so good about having to squeeze in one typical headliner’s show in half the time.
The 52-year old Bronx icon vents her frustration about it during “Halftime,” the J.Lo documentary that opened the Tribeca Film
Festival Wednesday night at the United Palace Theater before it premieres on Netflix June 14.
This was the worst idea in the world,” says a pissed-off Lopez, who is seen fighting with the NFL for more time to do her set justice.
While Lopez doesn’t come right out and say why she had to split her stage time with Shakira
her longtime manager, Benny Medina, doesn’t mince words about the disrespect.