Published: Mon, February 04, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Super Bowl halftime show performers

Super Bowl halftime show performers

Maroon 5 headlined the 2019 Super Bowl halftime show and the band's performance has been heavily criticised for more than one reason. Scott made a joint donation with the National Football League weeks before the show to a social justice organization called Dream Corps.

There were guest appearances from Travis Scott, Big Boi and a gospel choir, but nothing was more polarising than frontman Adam Levine's dancing. Scott performed his No. 1 hit, "Sickomode", and Levine awkwardly danced beside him, which looked nearly as bad as Katy Perry dancing next to Missy Elliott at Super Bowl 49. Big Boi said in 2015 that OutKast once turned down an opportunity to play at the Super Bowl because Andre 3000 didn't want to perform shortened songs. Mercedes-Benz Stadium tweeted out a GIF from the "Band Geeks" episode of SpongeBob in December, and Maroon 5 even briefly put SpongeBob into their preview video last month. Some performers declined participation in the Super Bowl as a result. "I got to sacrifice a lot of money to perform". "I've been treating it like I'm about to play in the Super Bowl myself". "We're going to keep doing what we're doing, hopefully without becoming politicians". DuVernay said she wouldn't be a spectator or viewer. "It's not worth it". Well, similar in that another nipple was almost-sort-of on display, after Justin Timberlake exposed Janet Jackson's breast during the halftime show in 2004. That year, Beyonce was joined by Coldplay, Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson.

As RiRi sighed away, a woman behind her could be heard discussing the Super Bowl game between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams as the popstar captioned the image: 'How can we watch Super Bowl on the flight?'

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At one point Levine invited a mostly African-American church group to sing with him - presumably to push back on criticism against a white band from California being chosen to perform in Atlanta, Georgia - but that group also disappeared after about a minute. And we thank our critics for always pushing us to do better.

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