My heart is pounding with joy at the news that J.Lo and Shakira are teaming up for the Pepsi Halftime Show for the 2020 Super Bowl.

The "On the Floor" and "Hips Don't Lie" singers are excited about representing Latinos on the halftime stage. Previous performers include Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, and Katy Perry, but fans are doubly excited for these two icons to sing and dance together in one of the most elaborate performances of the year. 

Lopez has had a productive month with the success of Hustlers, a new fragrance line debut, and re-creating her truly iconic Versace dress moment at Milan Fashion Week. 

The two sat down for their first interview, and I already can't wait to see what these creative geniuses concoct. 

J.Lo and Shakira seemed excited to work together. How could they not be? They're icons in the music industry and the Latino community. Plus, the game takes place in Miami this year, which has a massive Latino community. 

"At the end of the day, it's about making a statement of love and unity and make everybody come together for just a moment. Hopefully, that resonates for a long time," Lopez said. 

The stars shared a super-hot image together to announce their upcoming performance. 

"Going to set the world on [fire] @shakira," J.Lo captioned this photo. The musicians are incredible dancers but also have unique styles. There will be plenty of hip shaking, and maybe the Hustlers star will utilize her newfound pole-dancing skills. 

This really might be one of the best Super Bowl performances ever.

Lady Gaga set the record for the most viewed Super Bowl Halftime Show in 2017 with 117.5 million viewers. I think these two could definitely top those numbers. More performers have yet to be announced who will join the headliners, but some are already hoping for Miami native Pitbull. 

One fan shared a dream setlist with this incredible throwback photo of the two artists. 

Shak and J.Lo have been in the music game for decades and have both topped charts throughout the years. The early 2000s was an especially accomplished time for the singers, with J.Lo's "Jenny From the Block" debuting in 2002, and Shakira's "Hips Don't Lie" following suit in 2005. Hopefully the set has a good mix of throwback jams, newer singles from the artists, and of course some mashup duets. 

Do we even need the football game? Or could we get more airtime for the stars? 

Music fans are so ready to see this epic set. Honestly, they don't even need the game.