Watch Maroon 5’s Super Bowl Half Time Performance If You Dare

Watch Maroon 5’s Super Bowl Half Time Performance If You Dare

Watch Maroon 5’s Super Bowl Half Time Performance If You Dare

After all, you'll need an answer to discuss on social media on Sunday night and over the water-cooler on Monday morning.

Deadline - "Maroon 5's awful Super Bowl halftime show lacks lift-off or soul".

Maroon 5 began the show with an ethereal performance of "Harder to Breathe' as plumes of fire raced around the outer edge of the M-shaped stage".

It's reported Maroon 5 were booked for the halftime show after a number of other acts, including Pink and Rihanna, turned it down for political reasons. After the show's creator Stephen Hillenburg died last fall, mourning fans started an online campaign for "Sweet Victory", a song from a 2001 episode about a game called the Bubble Bowl, to be played during the halftime performance. But Levine was even criticized online for taking off his shirt.

Travis belted out his hit song Sicko Mode after being introduced to the stage with a Spongebob Squarepants animation.

Another big victor? Big Boi.

Local Georgia flavor was added with two songs from Atlanta's rapper Big Boi, half of the group OutKast.

During his set, he pranced around on stage in a black waistcoat, which he wore over a long sleeved T-shirt and with a brown baseball cap. "But there's a man who sacrificed his job for us, so we got to stand behind him", Cardi B told AP. Maroon 5 performed the very awful hit "Girls Like You", making the already bad song sound worse by mixing in a gospel choir, led by a singer whose voice would make you walk out of church (sorry, girl).

Maroon 5 went with "Moves Like Jagger" for the finale, complete with more fireworks outside Mercedes-Benz Stadium, lest we forget our corporate overlords.

While some performers declined participation in the Super Bowl, Knight said she hoped her anthem would unite people.

'Super Bowl halftime nipple rules feel inconsistent, ' Always late ESPN host Katie Nolan tweeted.

Maroon 5, then, were a suitable choice for a league that has taken great pains to safeguard its status as the national pastime and maintain as broad an appeal as possible.

Related news

[an error occurred while processing the directive]