SpongeBob Steals Super Bowl Halftime Show as Performer

SpongeBob Steals Super Bowl Halftime Show as Performer

SpongeBob Steals Super Bowl Halftime Show as Performer

Maroon 5's Super Bowl LIII halftime performance on Sunday night was critically panned, but that didn't keep the band from publicly thanking its detractors.

What he didn't address in that chat was Maroon 5's general lack of flair for the dramatic, a normal prerequisite for any decent halftime entertainer.

BBC - "Maroon 5's Super Bowl show fails to catch fire".

While he performed 'Sweet Victory, ' since his moment was pretty short, the fans were not entirely satisfied. This year, Maroon 5's Adam Levine took to the stage as well as Travis Scott during the halftime show.

SpongeBob SquarePants fans were left disappointed Sunday after the Super Bowl LIII halftime show used just seconds of footage from the beloved Nickelodeon cartoon to introduce "Sicko Mode" performer Travis Scott.

Many viewers took to social media platforms to question why Levine was not criticized for going topless, while artist Janet Jackson was criticized for her "wardrobe malfunction" during the 2004 halftime show.

The Adam Levine-fronted band appeared halfway through the big game, kicking things off with a medley of its biggest hits, "Harder to Breathe" and "This Love".

Through no major fault of Maroon 5's, the 14 minutes felt even more disjointed than they needed to, thanks to the need to pass the baton to guest stars that is apparently de rigueur for any halftime performance now. Kaepernick famously knelt during the national anthem while he was on the 49ers to protest racism and police brutality and last played in the NFL in 2016.

"I'm not in the right profession if I can't handle a little bit of controversy".

He performed in a flaming fake crater before Big Boi arrived in a classic vehicle and he sang his verse from "I Like The Way You Move" by Outkast.

"We are incredibly saddened by the news that Steve Hillenburg has passed away following a battle with ALS", reps from Nickelodeon said in a statement.

Levine told Entertainment Tonight, an outlet that was granted exclusive access to the band after the group did not participate in a traditional press conference, that he spoke to "many people" before making the decision to perform but ultimately, "listened to myself". Needless to say, fans weren't impressed that they didn't get to hear the track Sweet Victory during the show.

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