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Ever feel like the days are passing you by, leaving you without any tangible stories to tell? Sometimes our day-to-day lives can be rather unfulfilling. We have a limited amount of time and with busy schedules and it can feel like we’re not experiencing all that we should be. A road map can be the best way to add excitement, so our team at TicketNetwork got together and compiled a bucket list of events we want to see live.
Now that we know Katy Perry will officially be performing at the 2015 halftime show, I'm starting to wonder how the show will go down. I imagine it'll be something whimsical, colorful, and possibly include food (see: "California Gurls," "This Is How We Do," "Birthday").
But will the performance itself include special guests, or will Katy fly solo? And if it does include special guests, will they make logical sense (like when Beyonce teamed up with Destiny's Child or Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson performed together), or will it be some kind of weird hodgepodge of performers (like Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, or the Aerosmith/'N Sync/Britney Spears/Mary J. Blige/Nelly line-up)?
Here are some of the people I'd love to make an appearance during Katy's halftime show.
#1 Kanye West
Because I'm a big Kanye fan, so I'd love it if he showed up during the halftime show to perform "E.T." with Katy Perry. But I know that probability is low. The song is relatively old, it wasn't that popular, Kanye's got his own stuff going on, and I'm not really sure playing second fiddle to Katy Perry is exactly in Kanye's wheelhouse. Still, an appearance by Yeezus isn't impossible... even if it is unlikely.
Over the weekend, it was confirmed that Katy Perry will be doing the halftime show at the 2015 Super Bowl. And she's already released a teaser (thanks, Pepsi) for what we can (kind of) expect. I'm rooting for the edible pink glitter idea.
What do you think Katy has in store for her halftime show?
We've been thinking about it for weeks and today's the day... Super Bowl XLVIII in East Rutherford, NJ.
The Denver Broncos will face off against the Seattle Seahawks; Bruno Mars will perform at halftime with the Red Hot Chili Peppers; and an opera singer will kick it all off with the National Anthem.
Lucky for you, we've talked about this event a whole lot.
Here's a compilation of our posts to get you pumped for tonight!
The day after the Super Bowl, we're expected to go to wake up as we normally would, get dressed, go to work, and spend the entire day there. Honestly? I'm not a fan. I don't want to spend the day I've celebrated the Super Bowl inside at work; in fact, I don't think we should have to go into work at all. I propose the day after the Super Bowl should be a national holiday. Here are three reasons why.
#1: The Super Bowl has become an American holiday in its own right.
We spend weeks leading up to the Super Bowl talking only about the upcoming game. There are blog posts and news articles and television programs. Most people watch the Super Bowl even if they don't follow football otherwise. That qualifies as a holiday, people, and therefore we should have the day after it off from work. After all, it's not a real holiday unless you get to stay in your pajamas all day.