PRINCE legacy thrives in the Super Bowl LII halftime spectacle.
Minnesota City has the honor today to host the Super Bowl LII, the National Football League championship game, between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots.
The game is predicted to be the coldest ever recorded in the 52-year history of the annual game with the temperature of only 3 degrees and it’s also expected to be full of historical connections and honor.
Minnesota is well-known not only for its cold weather, but mostly as the homeland of Prince, the greatest musicians of all time, known for his eclectic work, extravagance dress, wide vocal range and also as the Symbol of Love.
The Midwest is Prince's territory, and if the flamboyant superstar had not passed away in April 2016 surely the Purple fans along the entire world will have been granted with one more spectacular performance of their Idol in this year's halftime show.
Nevertheless, in today's halftime spectacle Prince Legacy is expected to thrive at the U.S. Bank Stadium of Minnesota.
According to the reports, during the Halftime of Sunday's 52nd Super Bowl show, Justin Timberlake will warm up the crowd by performing some of Prince’s songs.
The great singer-songwriter and actor from the land of country music Tennessee, Justin Randall Timberlake announced that in honor and respect for Prince & the Purple fans he will give a spectacular halftime show without hologram Prince.
The ten-time Grammy award winner, Timberlake told reporters last weeks that he will rock the Super Bowl Stage this year with a special guest, The Tennessee Kids band. He's also thinking to invite Jay Z or the country singer Chris Stapleton.
Just a few minutes away from the Halftime spectacle. Let get back to the game now and see what is gone a happen.
Timberlake’s debuting at the halftime show of the Super Bowl in Houston in 2004 along with Janet Jackson was a disaster. During the performance as J.T. pulled away from the rubber bustier of Janet, the garment collapsed and her breast accidentally was briefly exposed before of more than 140 million viewers.
Timberlake apologized for the incident, stating he was "sorry that anyone was offended by the wardrobe malfunction during the halftime performance of the Super Bowl..."
Contemporary journalists have been calling Timberlake as the "President of Pop" and "Prince of Pop". While editor Scott Feinberg stated Timberlake in an article of The Hollywood Reporter, as "widely regarded as one of the greatest all-around entertainers in the history of show business.”
By the way,
1. Tom Brady and his wife Gisele Bündchen will be there today, the first one will try to beat the Eagles and the second one to boast her husband.
2. The rumours of Janet Jackson perform in this Super Bowl are are not true.