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Football Fans Around The World Despair… Pitbull And Jennifer Lopez To Sing Official World Cup Song

Football Fans Around The World Despair… Pitbull And Jennifer Lopez To Sing Official World Cup Song

If Sepp Blatter‘s reign as FIFA President wasn’t bad enough, football’s governing body has made another shocking decision by announcing that Claudia Leitte (who?), Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez will sing the official 2014 World Cup song.

Why? We can only imagine there are millions of Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez fans in the football world, of course!

Seriously, though, we are speaking on behalf of fans everywhere when we say: “Pitbull and J-Lo? No thanks!”

The song titled “We Are One (Ole Ola)” is to be released by Sony Music later this year but we’re not holding much hope for it being a big success like Shakira’s “Waka Waka” effort in 2010.

Not until J-Lo finds a Spain star to shack up with, anyway.

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Football

Football Fans Around The World Despair… Pitbull And Jennifer Lopez To Sing Official World Cup Song

Football Fans Around The World Despair… Pitbull And Jennifer Lopez To Sing Official World Cup Song

If Sepp Blatter‘s reign as FIFA President wasn’t bad enough, football’s governing body has made another shocking decision by announcing that Claudia Leitte (who?), Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez will sing the official 2014 World Cup song.

Why? We can only imagine there are millions of Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez fans in the football world, of course!

Seriously, though, we are speaking on behalf of fans everywhere when we say: “Pitbull and J-Lo? No thanks!”

The song titled “We Are One (Ole Ola)” is to be released by Sony Music later this year but we’re not holding much hope for it being a big success like Shakira’s “Waka Waka” effort in 2010.

Not until J-Lo finds a Spain star to shack up with, anyway.

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