Jennifer Lopez took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a moment of pure joy between herself and Shakira after their Super Bowl halftime performance on Sunday.
In the clip, Lopez turns towards Shakira and gives her a couple of congratulatory pats on the butt before Shakira turns around and the two embrace in a huge hug.
“LOVE this moment with me and @shakira literally seconds after we went off air!! We were so happy!! #MissionAccomplished #SuperBowlHalftime #LatinoGang #GirlsGirls #StrongerTogether,” Lopez captioned the clip.
“We want a backstage multiple episode Netflix documentary,” one fan wrote.
“This shows how it’s not a competition of how of you have done better JUST UNITED TO DO ONE OF THE BEST SUPER BOWLS EVER,” another said.
“This is what people need to talk about. Two women coming together and celebrating because they dream came true instead of arguing who was better,” someone else replied.
“That feeling when you know you just resuscitated the halftime show after multiple years of it being awful,” one fan commented.
Lopez posted about the show to Instagram on Sunday night. “All I want my girls, the little girls on stage with me and all over the world to know is how to use their voices and be proud of everything they are,” she said in the post. “Other people can try to build walls, keep us out or put us in cages. We are proud to recognize that all of us together are what makes this beautiful country truly great.”
After the game, she held an afterparty on a yacht and addressed those in attendance.
“I was happy to stand up there with Shakira — two Latin women, two women, two working moms who did one of the best Super Bowls of all time,” she said. “Whether they said it or not, that’s how it felt to me.
“I am grateful to all of you. I know how special it is to go out there and hold up and American flag and hold up a Puerto Rican flag and have my daughter sing with me,” she continued, “and to represent women and single moms and working moms and say, ‘This is what you can do. You can do anything you want to do.’
“That’s what I want to teach my daughters, and that’s what I want them to see, and that’s who I want them to become — strong, independent women who speak up for themselves,” Lopez said. “The message tonight was you can use your voice. Get loud. Speak up. Stand up for yourself. Just have the strength — sometimes women lack the strength to really be the best for themselves — and that what I wanted to put out there tonight.”