"Maroon 5 headlined the Super Bowl halftime show, with throwback songs like 'This Love" as well as their more recent hits. And while Big Boi made a splash during the show, escorted onto the field in a auto and wearing an enormous fur coat while rapping "The Way You Move", an Outkast reunion was not meant to be: Andre 3000 was nowhere to be found.
During a light show, cartoon characters from SpongeBob SquarePants made an appearance on big video monitors.
Despite rumors that Mick Jagger himself might appear to accompany Levine on the song, he did not join Maroon 5 for what turned out to be their closing song.
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Sarri said: "He's not decided yet if he wants to stay here or if he wants a new experience in another club". Asked again if his decision is already taken, Hazard said: 'Yes, more or less'.
It was, according to those who watched it at the time, "the worst" Superbowl halftime performance in the history of the Superbowl. Lanterns, later revealed to be drones arranged themselves to spell "one love', reports BBC". Unfortunately, the tribute wasn't what fans had hoped for but don't worry: fans are fixing that oversight by giving Super Bowl audiences the "Sweet Victory" they were looking for.
Another tweeted: "It's really sad that Adam Levine had to stoop so low to take his shirt off to get great reviews instead of his actual singing talent".
Pink, Rihanna and Cardi B all declined to perform, with the latter two doing so due to their support of footballer Colin Kaepernick. I wondered if Scott realized this as he crowd-surfed away from the stage and the American consciousness, glazed in a mollifying cocktail of sweat and mediocrity. "I know it must sound like a privilege ass sacrifice but it's all i got", in an Instagram caption in October. However, you would be better off to have the game in the background than to take my word for it.
He seemed to crouch to be near his fans, but does not seem to have taken a knee in protest. With the likes of Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Bruno Mars participating in years past, the Super Bowl always brings out the biggest names in the industry. Nobody loves them. Not even the middle-aged women who apparently make up their fan base and find singer Adam Levine's messily tatted body and awkward but still totally douchey dance moves "hot".