Jennifer Lopez

Shakira and Jennifer Lopez to headline Super Bowl half-time show

The concert is one of the biggest in the world - over 98 million people watched the show this year.

In a statement, the NFL said the pair would perform on 2 February in Miami's Hard Rock Stadium.

Their show will be the first to be produced by Roc Nation, an entertainment company founded by rapper and businessman Shawn "Jay Z" Carter.

Both artists have released chart-topping songs in English and Spanish since the 1990s.

They shared the latest announcement on social media.

J-Lo video at 'beach shack'

They chose it to film her latest video, Ni Tu Ni Yo, because it "captures the romance of old Cuba" and had the right "tropical" feel.

The waterfront property, in Millionaire's Row, is called the Zim Estate, and it's one of just five houses in the street. It has come onto the market, for US$6.487 million (NZ$6.85 million), and comes with its own dock and boat ramp.

Listing agency Christies Real Estate says the property offered the perfect inspiration for owner Herbert Zim, a well-known author, who wrote or edited more than 100 scientific books.

Jennifer Lopez talks Alex Rodriguez romance

Lopez was put in the hot seat on Monday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" when the host asked if she and boyfriend Alex Rodriguez had a "sleepover" on their first date.

"No! Mama don't sleepover on the first date!" Lopez responded.

The singer and the former Yankees star have been dating for the past few months but only recently addressed their romance publicly.

When pressed by DeGeneres, Lopez revealed how the two became an item, despite knowing each other for several years.

NBC to tackle 'Bye Bye Birdie' in 2017, starring Jennifer Lopez

The network has announced that Jennifer Lopez will star in a live version of the Tony Award-winning musical "Bye Bye, Birdie" in 2017.

Lopez currently executive produces and stars in cop drama "Shades of Blue" on NBC.

NBC's production of "Bye Bye Birdie Live!" will be based on the 1960 Tony Award-winning Broadway musical that starred Dick Van Dyke as Albert Peterson and Chita Rivera as Rosie. Lopez will play Rosie.

Jennifer Lopez excited about upcoming Las Vegas residency

E! News caught up with the singer after her iHeartRadio Music Festival performance in Las Vegas on Saturday, and we had to talk about her upcoming residency at Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino, obvs.

"I'm super excited about it. I love performing. I really feel like I'm gonna get to create a really special show, a special experience," J.Lo began to tell us.