The 2019 Super Bowl halftime show will be headlined by Maroon 5, the wildly popular radio-rock band led by lead singer and host of "The Vocie", Adam Levine. Outkast member Big Boi, appeared onstage in a fur coat to rap 'The Way You Move'.
Maroon 5 delivered everything they had for their big Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show, but that may not have been enough.
The arrival of SpongeBob heralded the appearance of Travis Scott, who busted out his now-classic "Sicko Mode", which some have noted is the Bohemian Rhapsody of our times. It was further teased on Maroon 5's Twitter page.
The biggest moment for Levine came when he finally ditched his snug tank top as the group ended their set with Moves Like Jagger and showed off his heavily tattooed arms and upper body (and many gold chains) in what I take was his version of a wardrobe malfunction.
After the show's creator Stephen Hillenburg died last fall, mourning fans started an online campaign for "Sweet Victory", a song from a 2001 episode about a game called the Bubble Bowl, to be played during the halftime performance.
Travis Scott: Coming off a wildley successful year of music in 2018, Scott is one of the most well-known names in the rap industry.
Artists like Rihanna and Cardi B reportedly turned down the gig in support of former quarterback Colin Kaepernick. "But there's a man who sacrificed his job for us, so we got to stand behind him". The act of protest was later taken up by a number of players across the league. Viewers across the world suffered through said halftime show, only to watch the lowest-scoring Super Bowl ever and a bunch of questionable commercials. While some people are loving the tribute and thought it was really pretty cool, other fans didn't love it so much. Some performers declined participation in the Super Bowl as a result, so the band took a risk just being there.
Several reporters also spotted SpongeBob during the band's dress rehearsal, and now we have definitive proof that the dream has become a reality.