Super Bowl Halftime Live: Update as Eminem and Kendrick Lamar perform at Cincinnati Bengals vs Los Angeles Rams

Super Bowl 2022: Eminem and Kendrick Lamar stars in Pepsi Halftime Show trailer

Fans are preparing to watch one of the most anticipated Super Bowl halftime shows of the years, with Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Mary J Blige all loud.

2022 Super Bowl takes place tonight (February 13) at the SoFi Stadium in LA, with the Los Angeles Rams meeting the Cincinnati Bengals. This is the first time Super Bowl – one of America’s biggest sporting events of the year – is returning to the Los Angeles area.

The Super Bowl is scheduled to kick off at 18:30 ET or 11:30pm GMT for UK audiences. While that’s subject to change, halftime usually begins around 8 p.m. ET (1 a.m. GMT).

Spectators can watch the match on BBC One as well as Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports NFL.

The game will also be streamed via the BBC website and the Sky Go app.

Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Blige and Lamar join the list of famous musicians who have played on the Super Bowl halftime shows, including Beyoncé, Madonna, Coldplay, Katy Perry, U2, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.

Last year, The Weeknd provided an acclaimed set at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

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No trailer: Jordan Peele fans think the title is an acronym that represents the plot of the movie

Jordan Peele dropped the first trailer for his new horror movie – and his fans think they’ve found our key clue.

Peele, director of fo Get out and Wewill premiere his next movie in July. However, after seeing the trailer, it’s still unclear exactly what it will be.

Keke Palmer and Daniel Kaluuya star in the film as ranchers whose lives are turned upside down with the appearance of what looks like a giant UFO.

This has led those who have seen the trailer to theorize that the film’s title hints at the film’s plot, and that “Nope” may actually be an acronym for: “Not Of Planet Earth.”

After spotting this online, one viewer wrote: “This means a lot”.

Roisin O’ConnorFebruary 14, 2022 00:17


Eminem admits Super Bowl halftime performance was ‘nasty’

Eminem admitted his fear of messing up at Super Bowl and be remembered for it “forever”.

The “Lose Yourself” rapper will perform on the mid-time show Sunday night (February 13) alongside Dr Dre, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige and Snoop Dogg.

Appear on SiriusXM Go in the morningOn Friday (February 11), Eminem said he was extremely nervous about the performance.

“I’ll tell you, it’s nerve-wracking,” the rapper said, repeating: “It’s nerve-wracking.”

He continued: “For me, it was like… nothing more ultimate than live TV. So if you go up, you’ll be there forever. “

Roisin O’ConnorFebruary 14, 2022 00:14


Super Bowl 2022: Every expected trailer in the game

The sporting event takes place Sunday night (February 13), and while many will tune in to watch the Los Angeles Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals, others will be excited to watch the upcoming movies and TV shows. .

Considering the number of people watching the Super Bowl around the world, studios see the event as the perfect time to promote their new titles – and 2022 is no different.

Titles expected to release new footage during the Super Bowl include Amazon’s new Lord of the Rings TV show, a Marvel sequel Doctor Strange 2 and Dwayne Johnson’s DC movies Black Adam.

My colleague Jacob Stolworthy follows them all in one helpful article, which you can read here:

Roisin O’ConnorFebruary 13, 2022 23:37


Mickey Guyton performs the US national anthem in a historic moment

A spectacular performance of the United States national anthem by country singer Mickey Guyton recently.

Guyton has broken down a number of barriers in her industry over the past year, including featuring Afro in her powerhouse performance of “Love My Hair” at the CMA.

“It’s Black History Month, and a Black country singer will be singing the national anthem at the Super Bowl. Wow,” she said to New York Post this week.

“This is a great moment for me. It was a great moment for black people. And I want to show that in the best way possible. ”

“I have set my intention with singing the national anthem. I said, “Okay, proximity is what I really want,” she continued. “So I feel the way that people would feel close together is if I had a choir, with people that I believe represent America. And, you know, I have everyone from my queen in black to a cowboy in red to a girl with a leg amputee in this choir. And that’s the America I’m proud of – we all stand together. We all belong.”

Roisin O’ConnorFebruary 13, 2022 23:24

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