The 'Hips Don't Lie' hitmaker will join Jennifer Lopez on stage Saturday in celebration of the National Football League final. Among other things, the two want to honor basketball legend Kobe Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash last weekend. Speaking at a press conference for the show, the Colombian said: "Life is so fragile, so we have to live every moment as intensely as we can. And I think we'll all be thinking about Kobe on Sunday." The 42-year-old also wants to draw attention to America's multinationality: "We will celebrate life and diversity in this country. I'm sure he [Kobe Bryant] will be very proud of the message we're trying to convey on stage." The 'Waka-Waka' singer, along with Jennifer Lopez, wants to "re-define the paradigms of age, race and heritage She added, "It's not really about where you were born, what "Image" you are, or where you're from. What counts is the message and what you have to say. We've got a lot to say." alt="
Jennifer, who co-creates the halftime show of the famous football game alongside Shakira, is delighted to have two Latina women on stage for the first time. She said at the press conference: "That alone is empowering for me. When I think of my daughter or all the little girls in this world, that I've been able to have two Latinas in this country today [the show] do. That just gives us a lot of encouragement."