SUPER BOWL HALFTIME SHOW 2020
First Jay-Z and Beyonce said no to the Super Bowl halftime show 2020, but now we have a yes. One of the best things about the Super Bowl is that it seems to have something for everyone. Even people who do not consider themselves to be football fans seemingly enjoy watching the football. The NFL has done a great job of bringing talent from other walks of life into the Super Bowl. The halftime sho is a premier example of this.
Since the Super Bowl is being held in Miami, the NFL has asked both Shakira and Jennifer Lopez to headline the Super Bowl LIV halftime show. The halftime show is one of those events that has become a media spectacle on its own merits. Even sports bettors have the ability make prop wagers on the Super Bowl halftime show 2020 should specific events occur.
That’s one of the ways the Super Bowl has become so much fun. Many sports books even give you the ability to bet on the length of the national anthem. As some performers add their own twist to the song, bettors can wager whether or not the anthem will be over or under a specific amount of time.
CONFIRMED ACTS FOR SUPER BOWL HALFTIME SHOW 2020
Another thing to consider about the Super Bowl 54 halftime show is that there is a 2-week period before the Super Bowl leading up to the big game. If you look back at all of the things that have happened in this two week period prior to other Super Bowls, you’ll see that many various things can happen to either team leading up to the big game. There could be team distractions, media narratives, locker room controversies or even controversies surrounding the pregame or halftime show itself.
In many ways, the Super Bowl 2020 show is a media event unlike any other. With so much going on, it’s easy to see why Super Bowl 54 is scheduled to be the biggest and best Super Bowl to date.