Prince Hologram Shows up on 52 Super Bowl Halftime show
Minnesota City had the honor yesterday to host the 52nd Super Bowl LII, between Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots.
The National Football League championship game was the coldest ever recorded in the 52-year of its history with a temperature of only 3 degrees. But the biggest event of the year offered to thousand spectators and to a 110 millions TV audience lots of unprecedented moments full of historical connections and honor.
Pink's powerful vocals delivered the American National Anthem to open the Sunday Super Bowl night. But the most honored man of the night was the 94 years old Hershel W. Williams, the only living Medal of Honor recipients for heroism above and beyond the call of duty during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II, who flipped the coin of the 52nd Super Bowl match.
Minnesota with its frozen weather is the homeland of Prince, the greatest musician of all time, known for his eclectic work, extravagance dress, wide vocal range and also as the Symbol of Love.
Surely if the flamboyant superstar had not passed away in April, 2016 the Purple’s fans along the entire world will have been granted with one more spectacular performance of their Idol in the 52nd Super Bowl halftime show.
Nevertheless, in yesterday's show of America's biggest game night, Prince thrived on stage dancing and singing, "All of this and more Is for U With love, sincerity and deepest care My life with U I share." featured by the ultimate artist Justin Timberlake.
The 10 time Grammy Award winner and actor from the land of country music, Tennessee, Justin Randall Timberlake told reporters days ago that he will rock the Super Bowl Stage this year with a special guest, "The Tennessee Kids' band". He also stated that he will pay tribute to Prince without his Hologram. (Prince didn't wanted to be Hologrammed).
It is worth it to mention in this point that in 2004, Timberlake's debut at the Super Bowl halftime show in Houston was a disaster. More than 140 million viewers condemned his accident on stage when he pulled away Janet Jackson’s rubber bustier exposing briefly her breast before the world.
Timberlake apologized for the incident, stating "I’m sorry that anyone was offended by the wardrobe malfunction during the halftime performance of the Super Bowl..."
Eventually on Sunday night Justin Timberlake rocked the 52nd Super Bowl stage by delivering a spectacular show synchronized perfectly with the crowd. The talented, hard-working musician once again approved to be one of the greatest artists in the world.
The terrific 14-minutes show was concluded with Timberlake among spectators singing with them "Can not Stop The Feeling and taking Selfies with a young boy.
For now, let's give thanks to Timberlake for the magnificent musical spectacle and for bringing on stage the immortal PRINCE.
I won’t hide that I look forward to see Prince Fans' reaction as they watched Prince's hologram singing with Timberlake.
As for the winners of 52nd Super Bowl LII... Philadelphia Eagles are celebrating their first Super Bowl Championship Cup.