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THE BOWL BOUNCES SHAKIRA'S WAY (UPDATE)

Nailing the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show, which had an audience of 103m viewers, Shakira appears to be the winner following Sunday's game. At iTunes this morning, Shakira has the #1, #3 and #5 singles with "Whenever, Wherever" leading the way. She has four tracks in the top 10, while her 2001 album Laundry Service (Epic), jumps to #14.

Jennifer Lopez’s highest charting track the day after her performance is “On the Floor” at #17, followed by “Let’s Get Loud” at #18. Her greatest hits album, Dance Again... The Hits, via Epic is #20. 

Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” returns to the Top 5 after appearing in a Doritos commercial, and Post Malone, who shilled for Bud Light Seltzer, sees his “Circles” returns to just outside the Top 10.

Dan + Shay, whose performance of “Tequila” at a tailgate party outside the Hard Rock Stadium was televised during the pre-game show, see their 2018 self-titled Warner Nashville album return to the Top 25 at iTunes albums.

Pardon us while we figure out how to get barbecue sauce stains out of the office sofa before the bosses get in.

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