His name is The Weeknd but his Super Bowl performance felt like a dreary Monday morning.
Abel Tesfaye will play the biggest gig of his career on a Sunday. The superstar performer, better known as The Weeknd, will headline the Super Bowl halftime show.
“There’s no hidden agenda here. It’s all about winning,” Pitbull said about changing the culture of NASCAR as co-owner of a new team with Daniel Suarez as driver.
N.W.A. helped birth gangsta rap. Its members did so clad in Raiders gear, cementing an early bond between hip-hop and the NFL’s most notorious franchise.
When the Inspiring Children Foundation lost most of its funding due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter came to the rescue.
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira infused the Super Bowl halftime show with an exuberance and joy that celebrated their Latina heritage.
Torrential rains in Miami overshadowed rapper Post Malone’s pre-Super Bowl show, ultimately shutting down the red carpet and delaying his set until the early morning hours of Saturday. Nearby, the weather forced Harry Styles to cancel his show.
Silversage’s anthemic, adrenalized track “All the Way” won’t be a part of the TV broadcast but will be played during the game.
If it wasn’t clear to this point, it is now: The Golden Knights are celebrities. Just ask Mariah Carey.
Here’s a look at country artists and comedians performing during the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.