After two dull and lifeless events, the NFL is looking to return to the quality events of the previous year.
On March 3, 2020, Super Bowl night, Shakira and Jennifer Lopez put on one of the greatest shows in the history of Super Bowl and music A few weeks later, the lockdown due to the pandemic begin to put them on high alert.
We were happy that day, and we’re aware of it. After this great achievement, the coronavirus ushered society into an era of depression, which for many people continues to this day.
The Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show, officially known as the Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show, took place on February 13, 2022 at SoFi Stadium. It was televised nationally in the United States by NBC and sponsored by Pepsi.
The Super Bowl show was headlined by The Weeknd and Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar, however, did not enjoy the same response from the audience.
It was the first Super Bowl halftime show that was completely centered around hip-hop music.
However, the NFL is already gearing up for the 2023 edition, and these are the names most remarkable in the media to take the mantle of one of the spectacular music shows on the planet.
Potential List of Candidates to perform at the 2023 Super Bowl
As per the records circulating on the Internet, these are the names that the NFL is thinking about to in order to bring out the maximum potential of the show. This year might see these magnificent artists listed below.
- Cristina Aguilera and/or Britney Spears.
- Rihanna and/or Taylor Swift.
- Harry Styles and/or Dua Lipa.
- Olivia Rodrigo and/or Billie Eilish.
- Lizzo and/or Nicki Minaj.
- BTS and/or BLACKPINK.
- Bad Bunny and/or J Balvin