While all three acts have the stage presence and worldwide hits necessary for the big show, are they willing to pay for the privilege?
A recent Change.org petition hoping to get Weird Al onstage during halftime of the year’s biggest football game got the “Eat Singer” thinking just what he would do if ever given the opportunity.
The almost uncanny resemblance between the rock star and the funnyman is a well documented and long-running joke, with the internet rife with memes and jokes highlighting their lookalike status.
Known to be honest with his fans, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bassist Flea released a statement addressing the band’s mimed Super Bowl Half-Time Show performance.
This year’s Super Bowl generated America’s largest TV audience of all-time, with 11.5 million tuning in for the game between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.
Bud Light recruited EDM stars Zedd & Afrojack, while Bob Dylan was showcased in spots from two different advertisers: one for Greek yogurt, and the other for a longtime Detroit automaker.
The Purple One was very funny and a bit meta when it came to poking fun at his own cryptic image.
Last year, Beyoncé turned the lights off in the Superdome, but this time around Bruno Mars lit things up for the Super Bowl halftime show. We’re talking fireworks overload.
After much anticipation, you can finally download U2’s new song “Invisible”, the first taste off the band’s forthcoming album, which is rumored to be out in June.
The band played as if everyone – fans who paid for their tickets, or the many V.I.P.s, deserved a great show, and that’s what they gave them, from the opening song to the encore of “Everlasting Light” and “I Got Mine.”
Just when it seemed that things couldn’t get any worse for embattled pop superstar Justin Bieber, well, things just got worse.
Bono also used the opportunity to announce that despite appearances and rumors to the contrary, “Invisible” is not the first single from the new album.
Bruno Mars on Performing with Red Hot Chili Peppers: ‘It’s an Honor to be Sharing the Stage with Them’
“No matter where I perform, it’s my job to uplift the people. Whether I’m performing at a graduation party, a wedding, a Bar Mitzvah, the GRAMMYs, the Super Bowl, I’m going to give it all I’ve got. Whatever happens, happens. I ain’t scared.”