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Madonna to Perform at The Super Bowl

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The doc is stating he heard that Madonna will be the Super Bowl Performer for next years super bowl.

Not finding any other info elsewhere.

I don't think it is a good decision to have her as the performer but MUCH better than the Black Eyed Peas rancid show!

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Madonna To Perform At Super Bowl Halftime Show!

Madonna. Photo: Interview Magazine

Madonna. Photo: Interview Magazine

Will there be a wardrobe malfunction?

Madonna is scheduled to be the halftime show performer for the Super Bowl in 2012 according to a tip we received. The NFL has not commented but the Super Bowl performer is usually not officially announced until November/December.

The super bowl will be held in Indianapolis on February 5 and will be televised on NBC.

The source we heard it from was the same source who told us Prince was playing the Super Bowl and then Bruce Springsteen.

This should be some Super Bowl performance....because all football fans listen to Madonna right? Kidding.

What do you think of Madonna being the Super Bowl performer next year?

Diagnosis: Lots of hits to fit into 12 minutes

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Reply #3 posted 12/05/11 11:59pm

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http://www.nfl.com/n...feature-madonna

Super Bowl XLVI Halftime show will feature Madonna
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Published: Dec. 4, 2011 at 10:16 p.m.
Updated: Dec. 4, 2011 at 10:31 p.m.

Madonna, a multi Grammy Award-winning Universal Records recording artist, will perform in the Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show on NBC on Sunday, Feb. 5, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the NFL and NBC announced at halftime of Sunday night's game between the New Orleans Saints and Detroit Lions. Madonna's performance will be imagined by Cirque Du Soleil and Jamie King.

The Bridgestone Super Bowl halftime show is the most-watched musical event of the year. More than 162 million viewers in the U.S. watched last year's show. The Super Bowl and halftime show will be broadcast worldwide.

Madonna joins an esteemed list of recent halftime acts that includes The Black Eyed Peas, The Who, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Prince, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and U2.

A world class entertainer, singer, songwriter, producer, director, and video visionary, Madonna has sold more than 300 million records in the course of her three-decade career as The Material Girl. She is a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Her last tour was the most successful tour by a solo artist in history. Madonna is currently in the recording studio working on a new album scheduled to be released next year. Her new film W.E., which she directed, wrote and produced, is opening in a limited one-week release Dec. 9 in Los Angeles and will open nationally on Feb. 3, two days prior to Super Bowl XLVI.

Madonna has partnered with a creative team from Cirque du Soleil, Jamie King, and multimedia artists from Moment Factory, to create a signature performance for the Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show.

This year marks the fifth time Bridgestone Americas has sponsored the Super Bowl halftime show. The tire company's new brand campaign, fittingly titled "Time to Perform," will debut during the game.

The Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show is an NFL Network production and will be executive produced by Ricky Kirshner and directed by Hamish Hamilton.

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Nikki Minaj and M.I.A will be joining Madonna to perform her new single "Give Me All Your Love"

SuperBowl divas: will these ladies be on their best behavior? lol Anything could happen

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Madonna Super Bowl playlist: What should she sing during the half-time show?

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Get into the (football) groove: Madonna has officially been announced as the featured performer for the Super Bowl XLVI half-time show on Feb. 5 in Indianapolis. While it’s still a little too soon to place our bets on which teams will play in the big game (where’s Lisa Simpson when you need her?), that doesn’t mean we can’t start to guess, or at the very least make our wish list, for what the Material Girl will sing during the half-time show. (Early prediction: She probably won’t play “Material Girl.”)

While last year’s half-time act/pod people of the future the Black Eyed Peas, along with Usher and Slash, played eight tunes, the standard playlist by previous performers like Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Paul McCartney, and U2 has featured three to five of their greatest hits. (Then again, Prince rocked no less than seven during his Super Bowl XLI appearance.)

So what’s the ideal Madonna playlist? While Justin Timberlake might run into some roadblocks in order to appear on the Super Bowl half-time stage again (something about a “wardrobe malfunction”?) it would be great to have him perform their sporty, arena-worthy duet “4 Minutes.” (Though, speaking of sport, I’d almost rather have Madonna perform at the World Series, if only for the sole purpose of a long-overdue revival of “This Used to Be My Playground.” Go Peaches!)

As for the other possible songs for the 53-year-old pop icon to perform, “Like a Prayer,” “Express Yourself,” ‘Ray of Light,” “Music,” and the very un-Super Bowl-y but essential nevertheless “Vogue” could make for one hell of a mix on the hydrangea-free stage. But what do you think, PopWatchers? Which tunes should Madge pull out for the Super Bowl? Are you hoping for a Britney Spears surprise for “Me Against the Music” or, since the Super Bowl is the best holiday of the year, would there be nothing more fitting than “Holiday”? Share in the comments section below!

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December 5, 2011 10:00 AM

Madonna's Super Bowl appearance marks another return to pop

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Lauren Moraski

Madonna attends the "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 2, 2011, in New York.

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(CBS) Madonna's Super Bowl halftime appearance marks a true return to pop music for the NFL. In February 2011, we saw the Black Eyed Peas, Usher and guitarist Slash perform - the first time a non-rock act made the bill for football's biggest night since the 2004 Janet Jackson-Justin Timberlake "nipplegate" controversy.

Since then, Super Bowl organizers have played it safe by booking rock acts that lean on the aging, classic rock side of the genre, including Paul McCartney (2005), The Rolling Stones (2006), Prince (2007), Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers (2008), Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band (2009) and The Who (2009).

Now Madonna, who was rumored as the Super Bowl hafltime pick for months, will continue the pop music tradition, on the heels of the Black Eyed Peas' 2011 performance.

She's also only the second major female artist (besides Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas) to grace the Super Bowl halftime stage in eight years. And Madonna is somewhat of a risque choice, as she's been known to drum up controversy of her own. Her 1989 "Like a Prayer" music video, with its burning crosses, drew received criticism from Catholics. She also stirred up debate in 2006 when she staged a crucifixion during her Confessions tour.

The Super Bowl performance comes at a good time for the Material Girl, who's poised to have a busy 2012. The 53-year-old star's romantic drama, "W.E.," hits theaters just two days before her Super Bowl appearance. There are also rumors about a single dropping around the time of the Super Bowl. The track will appear on Madonna's as-yet-untitled 12th studio album due out in 2012.

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Reply #8 posted 12/06/11 10:59am

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How does she hope to top the Black Eyed Peas?

Good luck with that! wink

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http://www.drownedmadonna.com/#
Moment Factory: "We are extremely excited to be working with someone as creative, talented and visionary as Madonna,"
"We are extremely excited to be working with someone as creative, talented and visionary as Madonna," said Sakchin Besette, Partner and Creative Director, Moment Factory. "Our team is comprised of artists whose expertise ranges from software development to motion design and all of us are absolutely delighted to be working with an artist whose creativity continues to astound us. Moment Factory always looks to engage audiences with something they have never seen before, and we are certain that this show will thrill spectators."

"Moment Factory is always delighted to work with our close friends at Cirque du Soleil. Moment Factory and Cirque have cooperated on many successful projects and truly enjoy working together," said Eric Fournier, Partner and Executive Producer, Moment Factory. "This is the first time we will be working with Madonna, Jamie King and the NFL and we are very excited to create the best entertainment for millions of fans who will be watching live and via broadcast."

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http://blogs.montrea...er-bowl-number/
Madonna Knows What She Wants from Cirque du Soleil for Super Bowl Number
The Cirque du Soleil’s upcoming collaboration with Madonna for her first Super Bowl half-time show promises an exciting convergence of talents. Nobody will want to miss this event. Not Madonna fans, or Cirque fans or the usual sports fans, and TV ad junkies (only the very best commercials make the cut for Super Bowl).

But exactly what it will look or sound like is going to remain a closely held secret until the very last minute, according to Cirque executive producer and general manager of events and images, Jacques Méthé. He’s in charge of the Cirque side of the deal.

The idea for the collaboration came from Madonna’s management team, he explained, although the fact that Jamie King who just directed the Cirque’s Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour will also be involved, does make it seem like it’s all in the Cirque family.

“Our role in this is to contribute ideas and components to the scenario,” he said. Although the Cirque will also be involved in practical aspects of staging, “It is our imagination that is solicited here,” he added.

Other than alluding to a “very short and energetic moment”, Méthé is mum about what’s being planned.

I cannot talk about the content,” he said, “It’s all about Madonna. We leave it to her to decide if and when she wants to reveal anything. This is a Madonna event that we’re contributing to. It’s not about Cirque, it’s about Madonna. The part we’re playing there is really in the creative content and the follow-up, until delivery.”

As for Moment Factory, the second Montreal company that’s involved, it was the Cirque who brought them on board, to handle the projections and multi-media side of the number. They’ve collaborated before on major special events.

The Cirque team has been working with Madonna for about three weeks now, Méthé said. And yes, she has been very hands on. “She knows what she wants,” he said. “That’s how big stars are.

The 2012 Super Bowl will be aired on NBC on Feb.5, 2012.
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What can we expect from Madonna's Super Bowl performance?
It's been 3 years since her last album and 27 years since her first No. 1 hit.

Madonna may be 27 years removed from her first No. 1 hit, but something about her Super Bowl halftime show will be brand new: The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and MTV-era icon will sing on an Indianapolis stage for the first time.

Eight Madonna tours, from "The Virgin Tour" in 1985 to "The Sticky & Sweet Tour" in 2008, have bypassed Indianapolis.

It took the Super Bowl -- a sporting phenomenon that's never been presented in New York (at least it won't be until 2014), Chicago or Las Vegas -- to bring the Material Girl to the Circle City.

What's in it for her?

The football game is expected to attract more than 100 million TV viewers in the United States, giving Madonna a massive and captive audience for marketing purposes.

Her most recent album, 2008's "Hard Candy," yielded one Top 10 single, "4 Minutes," and two songs that fell short of the Top 40.

New Madonna music, a single titled "Give Me All Your Love" featuring guests Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., will be released in February, while rumors of a 2012 world tour populate the Internet.

The Super Bowl could even boost "W.E.," Madonna's latest effort as a film director. The romantic drama arrives in theaters Feb. 3, two days before the big game.

"What a launching pad," said Steve Gerardi, owner of Indianapolis-based concert promotion company SG Entertainment. "It's great exposure. Look at the cost of a 30-second ad, which is more than $2 million. You can't beat that in valued exposure."

A Super Bowl halftime show typically lasts 12 minutes.

For the NFL and NBC, the network carrying Super Bowl XLVI, Madonna's appearance may attract viewers who otherwise wouldn't check out the telecast.

"People are going to watch the game, period," Gerardi said. "I think the NFL is going to get a big 'wow' out of this show. It's another great decoration and the icing of the cake."

Professional critics and amateur social-media pundits gave low marks to the Who's heritage rock at Super Bowl XLIV and the Black Eyed Peas' modern pop at Super Bowl XLV, leaving the NFL with a two-year skid of absent "wow."

Nikki Reed, an on-air personality at Top 40 radio station WZPL-FM (99.5), said she isn't sure Madonna can snap the streak.

"I'm bored with the idea of Madonna," Reed said. "It's been awhile since she has been this huge figure. I hope that I'm wrong, and I hope that she kills it. That would be an incredible thing for her career."

Rumors of Madonna in Indianapolis had been heavily reported since Oct. 3, when sports website SB Nation published an unconfirmed prediction.

At the office of the Super Bowl Host Committee, news of Madonna's halftime booking arrived Sunday night with the public announcement made on NBC.

Spokeswoman Dianna Boyce said the host committee has no role in selecting the halftime artist (or the yet-to-be-announced performer of "The Star-Spangled Banner").

"For the host committee, it's really just the next stop in building the level of excitement toward game day," Boyce said of the halftime announcement. "It's all about the fever and fervor and the level of fan enthusiasm."

Madonna sounded genuinely fired up on Sunday night, when showbiz TV show "Extra" asked her about the Super Bowl gig.

"It's a huge deal," said Madonna, attending a New York screening of "W.E." "To be as exciting as the football game is a huge challenge. And to get your stage set up in eight minutes, another huge challenge."

Madonna's connections to sports include a mid-1990s romance with basketball player Dennis Rodman.

She also acted in baseball movie "A League of Their Own," which was made in Evansville, Ind., in 1991.

According to the 2001 book "Madonna," by Andrew Morton, she dated rapper Vanilla Ice during the making of the film.

Madonna didn't have a lot of fun in the Hoosier state, however, according to a 1991 interview published in TV Guide magazine.

"I may as well have been in Prague," she said of Evansville. "For the first time in my life I felt very disconnected."

A year later, Madonna was at her most controversial when releasing adult-themed coffee table book "Sex" and an album titled "Erotica."

Nudity also is found in the back pages of Super Bowl halftime shows.

In 2004, Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson were singing one of Timberlake's hits, "Rock Your Body," when he grabbed Jackson's bustier and pulled away the material that covered her right breast.

A split-second of nudity resulted in a $550,000 indecency fine for CBS.

In subsequent years, acts selected to play halftime have skewed decidedly older than Timberlake (23 at the time), Britney Spears (19 at Super Bowl XXXV) and Christina Aguilera (19 at Super Bowl XXXIV).

Prince was 48 when he played Super Bowl XLI. Subtract last year's appearance by the Black Eyed Peas, and Prince is the youngest performer in a post-"wardrobe malfunction" parade of Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen and the Who.

For the record, Madonna will be 53 when she takes the stage at Lucas Oil Stadium.

But does middle age guarantee a squeaky-clean show? If that's the NFL's logic, radio personality Reed offered this zinger:

"If they're old enough that it's going to take 10 minutes to take off their pants on live TV, we're safe to go with that," Reed said.

Gerardi said it's unlikely that Madonna's performance will be hailed as a universal smash, but it's already making headlines.

"It's impossible to please everybody. I'm sure a lot of people will say, 'Why didn't they get Taylor Swift or the Foo Fighters or Jay-Z?' But Madonna is an American icon."
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The other thread locked itself. Here's the link http://prince.org/msg/8/368139. Continue with the discussion.

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The doc is stating he heard that Madonna will be the Super Bowl Performer for next years super bowl.

Not finding any other info elsewhere.

I don't think it is a good decision to have her as the performer but MUCH better than the Black Eyed Peas rancid show!

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How does she hope to top the Black Eyed Peas?

Good luck with that! wink

lol just by coming out and sitting on a throne with her studded guitar will top that lol

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Gene Simmons BLASTS Madonna -- 'Not Appropriate' for Super Bowl


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Madonna has no business performing at the Super Bowl ... this according to legendary KISS frontman Gene Simmons, who thinks the game would be better off with a "real band."

Simmons was leaving Boa in Hollywood last night when we asked how he felt about Madge headlining the Super Bowl halftime show -- to which Gene sarcastically replied, "I love all karaoke singers, I love all the girl singers who get up and sing with tapes ... shame on you!"

Gene added, "By the way, Madonna's terrific ... I hate the tapes."

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Reply #18 posted 12/07/11 9:18am

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instead of bashing Madonna Simmons need to learn a few more chords. He plays as good as Madonna razz

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He's just pissed because she is in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame,while KISS has yet to be inducted lol Sour grapes

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Gene Simmons BLASTS Madonna -- 'Not Appropriate' for Super Bowl


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Madonna has no business performing at the Super Bowl ... this according to legendary KISS frontman Gene Simmons, who thinks the game would be better off with a "real band."

Simmons was leaving Boa in Hollywood last night when we asked how he felt about Madge headlining the Super Bowl halftime show -- to which Gene sarcastically replied, "I love all karaoke singers, I love all the girl singers who get up and sing with tapes ... shame on you!"

Gene added, "By the way, Madonna's terrific ... I hate the tapes."

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Gene needs to sit his plastic ass down. Another one always talking shit.

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Christ it's like my gran turning up at Hillsborough at half time and doing some karaoke... I can smell the piss and Yardley from here

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Gene Simmons BLASTS Madonna -- 'Not Appropriate' for Super Bowl


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Madonna has no business performing at the Super Bowl ... this according to legendary KISS frontman Gene Simmons, who thinks the game would be better off with a "real band."

Simmons was leaving Boa in Hollywood last night when we asked how he felt about Madge headlining the Super Bowl halftime show -- to which Gene sarcastically replied, "I love all karaoke singers, I love all the girl singers who get up and sing with tapes ... shame on you!"

Gene added, "By the way, Madonna's terrific ... I hate the tapes."

http://www.tmz.com/

Gene is the biggest asshole out there IMO. He's very jealous of other people and their accomplishments. His reality show is a joke (the marriage completely staged for the show IMO). He's an average bassist at best AND I hope KISS never gets into the RRHOF.

[Edited 12/8/11 9:41am]

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banks said:

Gene Simmons BLASTS Madonna -- 'Not Appropriate' for Super Bowl


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Madonna has no business performing at the Super Bowl ... this according to legendary KISS frontman Gene Simmons, who thinks the game would be better off with a "real band."

Simmons was leaving Boa in Hollywood last night when we asked how he felt about Madge headlining the Super Bowl halftime show -- to which Gene sarcastically replied, "I love all karaoke singers, I love all the girl singers who get up and sing with tapes ... shame on you!"

Gene added, "By the way, Madonna's terrific ... I hate the tapes."

http://www.tmz.com/

Gene is the biggest asshole out there IMO. He's very jealous of other people and their accomplishments. His reality show is a joke (the marriage completely staged for the show IMO). He's an average bassist at best AND I hope KISS never gets into the RRHOF.

[Edited 12/8/11 9:41am]

His assholery entertains me, does he wish he could show his instead? lol I watch the show sometimes, I like it in a car-wreck kind of way, and his son is cute smile

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Give me a break...We all know Madge is gonna turn that Mother OUT....

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People are complaining that there are too many Madonna threads and that she should have a sticky... I guess they forgot she already has one. razz lol

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Empress said:

banks said:

Gene Simmons BLASTS Madonna -- 'Not Appropriate' for Super Bowl


1_ocboapho_1_hzqd4vds
Madonna has no business performing at the Super Bowl ... this according to legendary KISS frontman Gene Simmons, who thinks the game would be better off with a "real band."

Simmons was leaving Boa in Hollywood last night when we asked how he felt about Madge headlining the Super Bowl halftime show -- to which Gene sarcastically replied, "I love all karaoke singers, I love all the girl singers who get up and sing with tapes ... shame on you!"

Gene added, "By the way, Madonna's terrific ... I hate the tapes."

http://www.tmz.com/

Gene is the biggest asshole out there IMO. He's very jealous of other people and their accomplishments. His reality show is a joke (the marriage completely staged for the show IMO). He's an average bassist at best AND I hope KISS never gets into the RRHOF.

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First: that wouldn´t be fair 4 the other band members (those from the 70´s and 80´s -not the look a likes from these days) and I guess back then even Gene was a nicer person !!!

2nd :Somehow he´s right, Madonna will be a playback show, just like MJ...nothing compared 2 Petty, Springsteen and Prince and others....

I love some of Madonna´s cd´s and she´ll put up a great show but I understand what Gene is saying.

[Edited 12/10/11 2:36am]

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Paisley4u said:

Empress said:

Gene is the biggest asshole out there IMO. He's very jealous of other people and their accomplishments. His reality show is a joke (the marriage completely staged for the show IMO). He's an average bassist at best AND I hope KISS never gets into the RRHOF.

[Edited 12/8/11 9:41am]

First: that wouldn´t be fair 4 the other band members (those from the 70´s and 80´s -not the look a likes from these days) and I guess back then even Gene was a nicer person !!!

2nd :Somehow he´s right, Madonna will be a playback show, just like MJ...nothing compared 2 Petty, Springsteen and Prince and others....

I love some of Madonna´s cd´s and she´ll put up a great show but I understand what Gene is saying.

[Edited 12/10/11 2:36am]

Madonna actually doesn't playback. She has playbacked sometimes, of course. But she mostly sings live.

And no it's not because I'm a fan, it's because it's the truth. lol

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Reply #29 posted 12/15/11 4:41am

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The rehearsals for Madonna's performance at Super Bowl Half Time Show have started in New York.

Get ready for a terrific show!

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