Pop icons Jennifer Lopez and Shakira set social media ablaze following their 2020 Super Bowl halftime performance, which included everything from a stripper pole to a children’s choir.
The screams echoed across Puerto Rico when Jennifer Lopez unfurled a feather cape representing the flag of the U.S. territory during the Super Bowl’s halftime show, a moment that many were still replaying and sharing on Monday.
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Maroon 5 will not be taking any questions before it takes the stage for the Super Bowl LIII halftime show on Sunday. You can probably imagine why. The NFL announced the band will not hold the event’s annual news conference this year, replacing it with a “cross-platform rollout of behind-the-scenes footage and content from each of our halftime performers.”
In the days leading up to her performance at the Super Bowl halftime show, pundits speculated about whether the pop star Lady Gaga—who has long advocated for misfits, throwing her considerable support and empathy behind anyone subject to marginalization—would use this singular platform to express dissent.
Lady Gaga opened the Super Bowl LI halftime show from the roof of NRG stadium in Houston, singing “God Bless America” and “This Land is Your Land” in a glittering silver suit, reminiscent of David Bowie, before diving into the stadium.
Lady Gaga's Super Bowl halftime show will feature hundreds -- yes, hundreds -- of lit-up drones, a source with knowledge of the show's production told CNNMoney.
With the Super Bowl just a few days away, everybody is speculating not only about which teams will take home the big rings, but also about what Coldplay is planning for the Halftime show—the most-watched concert stage in the world, year after year. As the group was putting the finishing touches on what promises to be a very special performance, I spoke with their director and creative collaborator Hamish Hamilton, the man who has been behind many of the Super Bowl Halftime shows.
Sorry, but halftime shows are supposed to be explosive and fun, not like the slow songs at your junior prom.
Coldplay called playing the 2016 Super Bowl half-time show the "biggest honour" ahead of the big game in Santa Clara, California on Sunday 7 February. "Everyone who does this show knows it's the biggest honour, it's the biggest privilege," the group's frontman Chris Martin told a news conference held in San Francisco.
Super Bowl 50, the golden anniversary of American Football's biggest game, takes place this Sunday (February 7).
Super Bowl halftime shows are enormous spectacles that may be centered around one performer, but they have become so much more than that these days. The headliner may be a globally-known superstar, but there are always plenty of special guest stars that drum up even more excitement. Part of the fun of watching a famous singer or a band with a massive following perform at the Super Bowl is to see who else they’ll bring out. With Coldplay taking to the stage next month, anything could happen, but there are a few acts that would make a lot of sense for them to bring out.
PepsiCo, maker of the soft drink, crowned Rochester, N.Y., "The Most Hyped Hometown in America" on Friday and winner of its national campaign connected to the halftime show of the National Football League's Super Bowl. Now the city gets to reap the benefits: Pepsi is going to roll into town on Sunday, Jan. 18, with a pop-up concert featuring a special yet-to-be-named guest, and a lucky group of Rochesterians will win tickets to the Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX halftime show to see singer Katy Perry perform live.
The halftime extravaganza "Winter Magic" was so painful that the NFL decided to cough up some major bread in 1993 to bring in Michael Jackson. Between the "Frosty the Snowman" rap and Brian Boitano being paraded around on a snowmobile, the funniest moment is perhaps this telling line in the show's theme tune: "We're trying with all our might." Gloria Estefan did well, though, despite being violently out of place.
Katy Perry plans to take aim at Taylor Swift at the Super Bowl with her new song "She's So Creepy." The 30-year-old star intends to debut the song during her eagerly-awaited half-time show and is thought to be a retaliation to Taylor's "Bad Blood," which appears on her album "1989" and exposes the details of their feud, according to the Sun newspaper.
Katy Perry and Taylor Swift are two of the biggest female acts in pop music, and the feud between the two singers made big news in 2014.
Katy, 30, has already started rehearsals and choreography with her snappy dancers and is planning some outlandish costumes for the February set
Who will Katy Perry recruit, if anyone, to roar with with her during the Super Bowl XLIX halftime show on Feb. 1, 2015, in Glendale, Arizona?
While Taylor Swift was dancing at the American Music Awards, the NFL confirmed that Katy Perry will perform during halftime of Super Bowl XLIX. Perry and Pepsi, the Super Bowl XLIX halftime sponsor, celebrated the announcement by releasing a video to commemorate the occasion.