Shakira Admits to Being ‘Torn’ About Who To Cheer For During World Cup in Exclusive ‘Al Rojo Vivo’ Interview

Shakira and Maria Celeste Arrarás on "Al Rojo Vivo" (Photo: Telemundo)

There’s an unofficial competition going on as to who is the hottest WAG at the World Cup in Brazil. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, it simply stands for Wives and Girlfriends of the hottest soccer players from all over the world. Shakira, whose partner Gerard Pique is representing the Spanish national team, is currently at the top of the list alongside beauties Irina Shayk (girlfriend of Cristiano Ronaldo), Ann-Kathrin (girlfriend of German star Mario Gotze), and Spanish singer Edurne (girlfriend of David De Gea).

But wait, can Shakira be disqualified? It appears the hip-shaking Colombian superstar is still in Miami where she sat down for an exclusive interview with Maria Celeste Arrarás for “Al Rojo Vivo.” “I’m packing, I’m packing!,” Shakira told Arrarás. “I’ve interrupted the packing process to sit down and have a chat with you.”

It’s no coincidence that Shakira is doing this sit-down with Telemundo. She is currently promoting her newest video for “La La La” which has surpassed over 100 million views on YouTube. The success, she says, she owes to her fans. “I can’t believe it!, Shakira exclaimed. “I just received the good news myself earlier today. I’m amazed and extremely grateful to my fans and everyone who has shown such huge support for the song.”

But who will the “Hips Don’t Lie” be cheering on during the World Cup? Shakira admits, “My heart is divided. I have to go and support Spain because if not, I’ll basically be kicked out of the house! But I have to support Colombia as well because it’s been many years since we’ve made it to the competition. So it is a very important time for us Colombians and you can be sure it will go great for us there.”

To check out the second part of Shakira’s interview on “Al Rojo Vivo,” tune in to Telemundo today at 4pm. You can view her video “La la la” below:

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