Maroon 5 ‘Pretty Much Accepted’ Next Super Bowl Halftime Gig!

Jo Caldwell
September 20, 2018

Super LII is scheduled for February 3, 2019. Given that audiences love surprise moments, Maroon 5 could bring Cardi on the Super Bowl stage with them during their performance. Most recently, Maroon 5 has been hitting it hard with "Girls Like You" featuring Cardi B, "What Lovers Do" with SZA, "Cold" with Future and "Don't Wanna Know" with Kendrick Lamar.

The Super Bowl Halftime show has had some pretty questionable acts over the years, but more often than not, the headline act for the show is a world-class superstar like Lady Gaga, Beyonce or Bruce Sringstein.

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The league has not commented on the report. Levine was a guest on Kanye West's "Heard 'Em Say" many years ago, so there's at least one great song that they could perform. No word yet if either collaborator will be joining Levine and his bandmates at the Super Bowl. With just under five months until the big game rolls around, Maroon 5 will have plenty of time to plan the biggest music spectacular EVER.

Also, seriously, who listens to Maroon 5 voluntarily? Maybe they'd even do something with Levine's The Voice co-stars! And when they do, there's going to be some fun collaborations. They have the star power and the musical power to be the big event the Super Bowl halftime show demands. It's all falling into place.

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