In this file photo taken on July 13, 2018 Colombian singer Shakira performs at the grand opening of the Cedars International Festival (CIF) in northern Lebanon. / AFP / JOSEPH EID / TO GO WITH AFP INTERVIEW by DANIEL BOSQUE
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Colombian superstar Shakira says temporarily losing her voice two years ago was "the darkest moment" of her life, and which affected her "deeply".In November 2017 the three-time Grammy winner was forced to postpone her hip-shaking "El Dorado World Tour" for seven months after suffering a hemorrhage on her right vocal cord.With her mix of Latin and Arabic rhythms and rock influence, Shakira is one of the biggest stars from Latin America, scoring major global hits with songs such as "Hips don't Lie" and "Whenever, Whenever".She was picked to perform alongside pop star Jennifer Lopez at the halftime show of the Super Bowl at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on February 2, 2020 -- which happens to be Shakira's birthday.Last year's show drew 98.2 million viewers.
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