Who Should Perform at 2019's Super Bowl Halftime Show? Vote!
Last night (Feb. 4), the Philadelphia Eagles upset the New England Patriots in a 41-33 win at Super Bowl LII, making for one of the most outrageous, high-scoring Super Bowl wins in modern NFL history. But for some, the actual football game wasn’t what kept them sitting for three hours.
Fans who were more concerned with Justin Timberlake’s halftime performance than the actual game got a show all of their own. Timberlake offered a mesmerizing medley of his latest and greatest hits, complete with mic stand dance moves and a venture into the packed stadium stands for his last song.
So who’s gonna try to top that? Selection for the Super Bowl halftime show is an incredibly secretive, lengthy process that’s kept under wraps up until the final weeks leading to the big game. But that doesn’t mean we can’t speculate.
With Rihanna seemingly due for new music in 2018 and K-pop creeping into the national spotlight, let us know who you think should make an appearance at Super Bowl LIII's halftime show below.