Big Boi’s Super Bowl halftime performance is drawing penalty flags — not for the music (see Maroon 5) — but for his fur coat, which PETA wants to take off his back and donate to the homeless. We’ve learned PETA fired off a stern letter Monday to…
Travis Scott, Big Boi, an incredible gospel choir, and SpongeBob Squarepants all stepped up to help Maroon 5 carry a loaded Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday.
James Harden set a team record with 36 first-half points to help the short-handed Rockets take a 54-48 lead on the visiting Grizzlies en route to a 112-94 home win.
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Rihanna is making her allegiance with Colin Kaepernick known. According to Us Weekly, the “Lemon” singer was offered to opportunity to headline the 2019 Super Bowl halftime show, but she turned down the performance in support of the quarterback. Find out more about Rih’s choice, and see which pop group will be taking her place.
Odell Beckham Jr. walked off the field and into the locker room before the final play of the first half in a 34-13 loss to the Eagles and did not return to the sideline until after the second-half kickoff.
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Warriors follow uneven first half by overwhelming Dallas after halftime
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It’s hard to believe that Montell Jordan’s long enduring “This Is How We Do It” will be 20 this year but it’s true, as the classic party anthem will officially celebrate two decades of Friday night celebrations on February 6. Now the former Def Jam artist has teamed up with Pepsi and Buffalo Wild Wings for a campaign called “Hyped for Halftime” which features Jordan as he surprises random BWW customers with an in-store performance of the track.
When asked if he ever tires of the song Jordan explained, ‘This Is How We Do It’ is so much fun. It would be hard to say I get tired of singing and hearing the song.” He added, “It’s been a staple, a part of the soundtrack to people’s lives; people remember their 1995 graduation or wedding dance. I get to be a part of that. I love the idea that my song transcends R&B, hip-hop. It transcends color. It transcends age brackets. I would be a fool not to want to hear that song.”
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