December 17, 2018
The NFL is scrambling find artists to guest perform at the Super Bowl Halftime show this year, which critics say has become music’s least wanted gig.
With less than two months to go for Super Bowl LIII on February 3, the NFL is yet to officially announce an artist for the show that will be watched by more than 100 million people nationwide.
Maroon 5 fronted by Adam Levine will reportedly headline the show, although the NFL has not officially announced it.
However, the band is struggling to find acts to go on stage with them because ‘no one wants to be associated with the NFL’ thanks to the league’s controversy with Colin Kaepernick and his ‘take a knee’ protest against police brutality.
This article was posted: Monday, December 17, 2018 at 7:00 am