The name Shakira means “grateful” in Arabic, but it means, “shake it, shake it, shake it” in Skin-ese, aka the skinternational tongue of naked celebrity heat! From a very young age, this comely Colombian with abs of steel (who was born Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoli) has sought scorching success. As a result, Shakira didn't stop until she acquired conquered the world with platinum record sales, sold-out stadium concerts, and a planet full of Shakira-philes who know that, just like her smash 2005 duet with Wyclef Jean says, her "Hips Don't Lie"! Early on, Shakira mastered the art of belly dancing to stay in touch with her Middle Eastern roots and to enhance her glorious golden singing pipes and hyper-erotic stage presence. Four-foot-eleven spitfire Shakira then erupted onto the Latin music scene in the mid-by combining lusty lyrics with combustible hip-pistoning moves. The American market came next in 2001 when Shakira unleashed her mega-selling album Laundry Service and achieved instant mega-stardom by way of the single, "Whenever, Wherever." That signature Shakira anthem contains one of pop music's most skintillating declarations of A-cup pride, when the deliciously petite-chested siren sings, "Lucky that my lips not only mumble/they pour kisses like a fountain/Lucky that my breasts are small and humble/so you don't confuse them with mountains!" By 2009, Shakira so dominated global pop charts to the tune of 75 million record sales that Billboard Magazine named her Top Female Latin Music Performer of the Decade. Continuing to fire off hits, Shakira shifted to American TV in 2013 when she became one of the celebrity judges on the NBC singing competition reality series, The Voice. Shakira made more history at the 2020 Super Bowl, where she and fellow Latin music sexbomb supreme Jennifer Lopez detonated the hottest half-time show ever mounted. Score, Shakira! Score!