[ Photos: More images from the Bud Light Hotel concert ]
While he was on stage, Pitbull switched from English to Spanish during his farewell. The audience was riled up in response to his message, where he said in no uncertain terms that he doesn’t care if people like him or not. He kept his trademark shades on throughout.
In addition to his own songs, Pitbull made the most of favorites from other artists. He sampled the immediately identifiable opening of Guns & Roses’ classic, “Sweet Child of Mine.” He also made ample use of “I Gotta Feeling” from the Black Eyed Peas, and included an entertaining rendition of “Jump in the Line (Shake, Shake Senora),” which will never fail to conjure memories of the movie “Beetlejuice” and Winona Ryder belting out the tune.
No one forgot the OTHER reason everyone was gathered in Indianapolis. 50 Cent wore his Giants hat during the concert, and Lil Jon threw out team t-shirts (though he claimed to have a tough time finding a Giants fans in the audience). For the big game highlights and more, check back in on Sunday. Yahoo! will be bringing you full coverage of the Super Bowl.