The incredible performer took a moment to wish good luck and offered some words of advice to the Blinding Lights singer, explaining that “it was intense,” but it was “all worth it in the end.”
She went on to explain that “the ride itself is intense,” adding that it’s a big stage “and you want to do great and you are fighting certain elements creatively, and it is just one of those things that I think is such a privilege and a blessing to be able to experience.”
JLo reminisced about her powerful performance during the event, describing it as a “big deal” that requires a lot of preparation.
The Hollywood actress is also glad that she was able to deliver to the audience, as she is aware that “at the end of the day,” everybody enjoyed the energy they brought to the stage.
Jennifer confessed that as much as she thinks the Halftime Show is a lifetime opportunity, she is also happy that it is not her this year and it’s now The Weeknd’s turn, referring to the amount of dedication that took.
The artist, who is set to headline the event on February 7 in Tampa Bay, has also caused controversy after sharing his opinions following the Grammy nominations, claiming that his album should have been considered for the awards.