ItsNotYouItsMe Blog: Shakira Has Got Us Shaking In Our Pop Musique Boots. As She Unleashed An Earthquake Worthy Sneak Peek Superbowl Performance With An Epic Medley At This Year's Davis Cup Finals Closing Ceremony!

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Shakira Has Got Us Shaking In Our Pop Musique Boots. As She Unleashed An Earthquake Worthy Sneak Peek Superbowl Performance With An Epic Medley At This Year's Davis Cup Finals Closing Ceremony!







Okay, carebears. Shakira has got us shaking in our pop musique boots. She just unleashed a sneak peek Superbowl performance with an epic medley at this year's Davis Cup Finals Closing Ceremony!

"Shakira performs ahead of the singles final match between Felix Auger-Aliassime of Canada and Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain during Day Seven of the 2019 Davis Cup at La Caja Magica on Nov. 24, 2019 in Madrid, Spain.
Less than a month after announcing that she’d be performing at the 2019 Davis Cup Finals closing ceremony, Shakira officially took the stage Sunday (Nov. 24) in Madrid, Spain, for an epic performance.

The Colombian singer kicked off her three-song medley with “She Wolf,” joining an all-female dance group to further prove that her hips don’t lie. Her on-point dance moves then transitioned to the feel-good “Tutu” melody, where she was joined by Colombian singer Camilo and Puerto Rican Latin Grammy winner Pedro Capó for the first-ever live performance of “Tutu (Remix).” Shak’s nearly 10-minute set came to an end with her party-starting dance track “Dare (La La La)” for which she once again flaunted her killer dance moves on stage.



Less than a month after announcing that she’d be performing at the 2019 Davis Cup Finals closing ceremony, Shakira officially took the stage Sunday (Nov. 24) in Madrid, Spain, for an epic performance.

The Colombian singer kicked off her three-song medley with “She Wolf,” joining an all-female dance group to further prove that her hips don’t lie. Her on-point dance moves then transitioned to the feel-good “Tutu” melody, where she was joined by Colombian singer Camilo and Puerto Rican Latin Grammy winner Pedro Capó for the first-ever live performance of “Tutu (Remix).” Shak’s nearly 10-minute set came to an end with her party-starting dance track “Dare (La La La)” for which she once again flaunted her killer dance moves on stage.





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