Watch Shakira Nail TikTok Dances in 6-Inch Stiletto Platform Boots

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Shakira nailed several TikTok dances in platform shoes by Amina Muaddi on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on May 16. With assistance from her stylist Nicolas Bru, the “Te Felicito” singer styled the leather stiletto booties — which boast a thin, six-inch heel and a precarious pointed-toe platform — with a burgundy Mugler minidress featuring sheer mesh panels and a corseted bodice. This is the first time we’ve seen the singer wear the French fashion label, and we hope it’s the first of many Mugler looks to come.

The Colombian superstar went head to head with Fallon in the Watch-It-Once TikTok Challenge, attempting viral dance routines after watching clips of them just one time. While Shakira modestly demurred, “I don’t know how to dance in high heels,” she proceeded to shimmy with ease.

Earlier in the day, Shakira attended the NBCUniversal Upfront event wearing the same platform heels, this time coordinated with black high-waisted pants and a red strapless top. She stopped by the presentation to promote her new competition series “Dancing With Myself,” which she’s set to judge alongside Nick Jonas and Liza Koshy. Perhaps this means we’ll see more of her dancing in platform boots in the future.

Read ahead to admire Shakira’s dancing on “The Tonight Show,” and shop her exact sky-high stilettos from Amina Muaddi.

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