The Super Bowl is this weekend and the nation is gearing up for the big game! The Panthers are playing the Broncos in what we hope is an exciting game. But, as thrilling as the game is, the halftime show is always a must-watch!
One year it was the "year of the woman." Last year, I called it the "year of the dad."
A six-quarter Super Bowl would have 50 percent more football and double the halftimes. It would take about five hours. New records would be set in just about every category. Who wouldn't want to watch a Super Bowl with a final score of 73 to 68?
While many people were focused on the Seahawks and Patriots during this Super Bowl, there were many other parts of the game setting off Fireworks.
During Perry's show, using either ShopTV or shop-enabled tweets sent out through the game, fans will be able to check out a variety of products being sold during the performance. Upon finding something they want to buy, fans will complete the purchase from their couch by using Visa Checkout.
As long as you have good people and good food (and your favorite team is winning), your halftime is sure to be a touchdown with your guests!
So it may seem to some that this is solely a sport of men jumping on top of one another, a sort of testosterone climax, yet it is so much more.
I'm only watching the Super Bowl for ONE reason this year: Bruno Mars. Let me give you some background on that.
Don't get me wrong. I completely respect the Chilis body of work, but there had to have been a more cohesive and suitable act available. How on earth did the NFL come to that weird combination in the first place?
At roughly eighteen songs, The Mrs. Carter Show still manages to feel too short. With the exception of an equally stellar P!nk, all of her other contemporaries should take note. This is how it's done. All hail Queen Bey.
Stock markets plummeted today in reaction to Steve Clifford's ultimatum that he would default on his debts unless the NFL defunded Super Bowl Halftime Pageants.
Beyonce can claim it all: fame, fortune, a doting husband, beautiful daughter and the world at her fingertips. The question is why she would compromise it all by releasing a song like "Bow Down"?
When I sat down to watch Life Is But a Dream, I knew we weren't going to get much. This is Beyoncé, after all. It isn't like she woke up one morning and completely changed from the person who spent a decade denying her romance with her now-husband.
We're encroaching on dangerous territory when it comes to Queen Bey. The singer's legion of fans are dutiful in an almost religious sort of way, praising her every move and advocating a theory of perfection that can be perilous for a superstar's career. That's why it's time to hit the breaks on Beyonce's massive overexposure.
Like most teenagers, I sat down this year with my family to watch the Super Bowl. As the game wore on, and woman after woman strutted across the screen in her underwear, I became disgusted at what I saw.