The “Halftime” Project Witnesses the Shiny Style of the Famous Artist

The documentary named “Halftime” of Superstar Jennifer Lopez, who is experiencing the endless rise of her career with her music, dances, breathtaking performances, films, series, projects, and highly talked about appearances has been presented to viewers on Netflix. The project, which witnesses the most successful moments of her career life, takes its name from the Super Bowl show where J. Lo shared the same stage with Colombian star Shakira in 2020. In addition to the details of the show, which broke the viewership record with more than 240 million hits on YouTube, the singer’s nomination for “Best Supporting Actress” at the Golden Globe awards, her iconic walk at the Versace fashion show, her relationship with her family, love gossip, the problems that come with leading a famous life, her performance at Joe Biden’s presidential transition ceremony and other memories make the documentary watch with the smallest detail.

In the “Halftime” documentary which was aired at Tribeca Festival for the first time, the appearance of J. Lo at the “77th Golden Globe Awards” in 2020 is examined in every way. With her Valentino dress with gold and emerald green bow, 145-carat Colombian emeralds from Harry Winston, and jewelry set with 76.36 carats of diamonds, the artist had the advantage of being the favorite of the night, but unfortunately, she could not make it to the winners’ list with the film “Hustlers”.

The iconic Versace-designed green dress worn by Lopez at the “Grammy” award ceremony in 2000, who made ambitious works from the 90s to the present day, was introduced by the artist at the Versace Spring / Summer 2020 fashion show 20 years later with its new version. J. Lo’s intimate conversation with Donatella Versace backstage right after her walk, in her vibrant green dress reminiscent of Amazonian nature, is also presented to the audience in the film.

By the way, Jennifer’s passion for Versace dates back to the Super Bowl show at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. The 14-minute show was inspired by America’s Latin culture, and for this, two of the most successful Latin artists shared the same stage. Jennifer Lopez and Shakira’s breathtaking performance with the dance shows, and the effect of the flashing lights were reflected not only in the costumes of the artists but also in the costumes of the dancers, creating extraordinary images. Jenny’s black leather body jumpsuit by Versace transformed into a transparent silver-colored costume during the show and at the end of the show, the show was closed with a double-sided maxi flag designed with the US and Puerto Rican flags completely covered with feathers. Besides Versace, famous Norwegian fashion designer Peter Dundas also contributed to the design of the costumes. Decorated with 75 thousand Swarovski stones, the only piece of jewelry complementing Jennifer’s two different stage costumes was the American football-shaped necklace of the Le Vian brand. The gold necklace in strawberry and vanilla tones dazzled with 1.5-carat chocolate diamonds. Another remarkable detail of the show was the number of costumes designed. A total of 213 costumes were designed only for J. Lo’s 130 dancers.

The most heartfelt statement about the “Halftime” documentary came from Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro: “Whether in music, film or on stage, powerful storytelling encourages us to fight for the universal values that bind humanity together. “Halftime” featuring Jennifer Lopez reminds us of this.