The Super Bowl halftime performer has been chosen.
The selection is hardly surprising, considering the NFL's penchant for successful yet nonthreatening middle-of-the-road acts in recent years.
Based out of Los Angeles, Maroon 5's latest release was 2017's Red Pill Blues that featured collaborations with the likes of Cardi B, Kendrick Lamar and SZA. That incident led the National Football League to avoid any halftime act that could even conceivably cause trouble, first turning to aging rock acts like Paul McCartney, the Who and the Rolling Stones and then to the current run of Billboard stalwarts.More news: Ronaldo off the mark as Juventus maintain 100% record
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Adam Levine is going to the Super Bowl!
Also, seriously, who listens to Maroon 5 voluntarily? Props to them for making it big and pumping out hit after hit. Looking over their career, Maroon 5 could actually be a decent Halftime show if they make sure to invite all their friends.
During a 2015 interview with Howard Stern, Levine revealed that the Super Bowl would be a dream gig for him and his bandmates.
And for those of you who don't think Maroon 5 is cool enough, or good enough, or too safe? They don't have any dates between New Year's Eve and February 19, leaving room for a Super Bowl show.