Shakira looked sensational on Friday night as she performed her hit track No.1 TQG for the first time on The Tonight Show in New York City.
The hitmaker, 46, took to the stage to give a high-energy performance of the new release, which has multiple references to her ex Gerard Pique - who she split from in June after 11 years together.
Making quite the revenge comeback, the age-defying star donned a pair of leather chaps while showing off her figure in a black mesh bodysuit.
Shakira wowed fans as she donned a racy outfit for her performance of her break-up hit on The Tonight Show.
The 46-year-old singer appeared on stage wearing an all black outfit made up of a corset top with daring cut-outs to show an extra bit of cleavage, a leather pair of high waisted trousers with leather chaps.
She showed up on stage with a sparkling microphone to perform her track TQG since breaking up with ex Gerard Piqué.
The new hit has been called a "diss" track to Shakira's ex Gerard, who she shares two children with and split from after he was allegedly unfaithful during the relationship.
Talking about the breakup for the first time on TV, she shared: "It's been unbelievable to feel the reaction from so many people. I think that people really connect with music when it's real and it's genuine, it comes from a real place. The thing with this song is that it has become like an anthem for so many women out there.
"I've had a very rough year after my separation and writing this song has been so important to me. It's been a healthy way to channel my emotions.
Shakira took to the stage to give her first ever live performance of the song, which soared the charts and hit No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200.
Looking sensational, her mesh bodysuit featured a cut-out underboob detail, while a silver zip detail adorned the centre of her chap trousers.
She left her lengthy caramel tresses to fall freely in a loose curl while opting for a bright and radiant palette of makeup.
While Argentinian producer Bizarrap joined her, sporting a dark-wash denim shirt with a white T-shirt and black baseball cap.
It was one of Shakira's two ensembles for the TV appearance as she donned a sparkling black mini dress to sit down and chat with host Jimmy.
The new hit has been dubbed a 'diss' track to Shakira's ex Gerard, who she shares two children with and split from after he was allegedly unfaithful during the relationship.
Referencing the break-up for the first time on TV, she shared: 'It's been unbelievable to feel the reaction from so many people. I think that people really connect with music when it's real and it's genuine, it comes from a real place. The thing with this song is that it has become like an anthem for so many women out there.
'I've had a very rough year after my seperation and writing this song has been so important to me. It's been a healthy way to channel my emotions.
She appeared on the show with Bizarrap, chatting to host Jimmy Fallon on their joint new release, and referencing her recent split.
Talking on the show, she explained that the song has been 'a healthy way to channel my emotions', while adding that she had to 'put up with so much cr*p'.
The pair, who share two children, called time on their relationship in June after over a decade together after pop star reportedly discovered his cheating.
The track Shakira chose to perform made several references to her ex and his brand new 23-year-old girlfriend.
The pair spared their two kids a damaging legal battle by confirming last November they had penned a child custody agreement after protected negotiations and signing the accord at a Barcelona court the following month.
Veteran family lawyer Ramon Tamborero, who represented the ex-footballer in his negotiations with the Colombian artist, insisted: 'They have made a great effort for the good of their children, making sure they weren't the protagonists. Both of them have shown great intelligence.'
In a surprise interview with Catalan daily La Vanguardia, the 74-year-old admitted of the talks that resulted in the agreement: 'It required seven months of negotiations.
'The agreement was complex and required preparatory meetings. And the decisive reunion before the signing lasted 13 hours.'
Asked about the purpose of so much dialogue, he made it clear he believed an agreement worked out between two former partners was a better option than a custody trial and a judge's ruling by replying: 'A bad agreement is better than a good sentence.
'I always tell my clients: once you've signed your divorce agreement I advise you to put it in a draw and dialogue.'
It came just weeks after Gerard and Clara made their relationship Instagram official, with the sportsman cosying up to his new love, 23, in a happy selfie - which quickly racked up one million likes.
Shortly after Shakira spoke about her break-up with the show's host, Jimmy Fallon, admitting that the song was "a healthy way to channel my emotions", while adding that she had to "put up with so much cr*p".
Shakira told viewers: "It's been unbelievable to feel the reaction from so many people. I think that people really connect with music when it's real and it's genuine, it comes from a real place.
"The thing with this song is that it has become like an anthem for so many women out there. I've had a very rough year after my separation and writing this song has been so important to me. It's been a healthy way to channel my emotions," she added.
She concluded, saying: "I feel that after we put out this song, I not only felt like I had fans but a sisterhood of women who have been through the same things, who think the way I think, feel the way I feel and had to put up with so much cr**, the way I had to."
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