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Lady Gaga and Kim Kardashian were among those who raved about the dance-heavy show.

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Jennifer Lopez and Shakira shared the stage during the Super Bowl halftime show.

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The excitement for Super Bowl LIV went way beyond the big game between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs Sunday. Lots of people tuned in to watch the buzz-worthy commercials, movie trailers and glitzy halftime entertainment. Music superstars Jennifer Lopez and Shakira wowed the crowds during the dance-heavy halftime show, earnings praise from the likes of Lady Gaga and Kim Kardashian. 

Don't worry if you missed the halftime show. The NFL has posted the entire 14-plus-minute spectacle on YouTube.

Well before the show aired, the singers were psyched. "It doesn't get any bigger than this! So excited about getting on that SuperBowlLIV PepsiHalftime stage!" Shakira wrote in a tweet back in September, when the duo's gig was first announced.

Lopez also showed off her glittery new drinking cup emblazoned with the Super Bowl's date.

The two singers performed some of their top hits, including Hips Don't Lie, She Wolf, Waka Waka, Jenny From the Block, On The Floor and Let's Get Loud.

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Originally published Jan. 30.