Adam Levine Is Playing It Coy About A Maroon 5 Super Bowl Halftime Show
Here's what we know so far.
Adam Levine is not giving up a great deal about reports that Maroon 5 will be performing at the next Super Bowl halftime show.
“I’m still formulating a lot of things,” he told Variety in a recent interview.
Reaction had been mixed to early reports the group would headline the halftime show.
People took to Twitter to voice their opinions:
Twitter user @LallorieMist wrote, “where can i [sic] sign the petition for maroon five to back out of the super bowl halftime show”:
where can i sign the petition for maroon five to back out of the superbowl halftime show
— mal (@LallorieMist) November 16, 2018
Meanwhile, there were some who were excited to hear the rumor:
Twitter user @iandschultz wrote, “Am I the only person hype for maroon five halftime show?”
Am I the only person hype for maroon five halftime show?
— Ian Schultz (@iandschultz) September 20, 2018
The NFL has not officially confirmed the entertainment lineup for the next Super Bowl.
“It’s a Super Bowl tradition to speculate about the performers for the Pepsi Halftime Show,” a league rep said in a statement earlier this fall. “We are continuing to work with (longtime sponsor) Pepsi on our plans but do not have any announcements to make on what will be another epic show.”
Levine was more open with the publication about getting superstar rapper Cardi B to record a verse on the hit Maroon 5 single, “Girls Like You.”
“I told Cardi, ‘I want you to put something down that shows your fierceness as a woman and say it however you want,'” Levine said. “I knew she was going to murder this verse and bring the song to a whole new place. She was vital. I begged her to do it.”
Written by Lisa Respers France for CNN.
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