The Super Bowl 2015 halftime show performed by Katy Perry will be huge. If Katy Perry is serious about the inspiration she shared on Twitter, the halftime show will be weird too.
The Pepsi sponsored Super Bowl 2015 halftime show will be performed by Katy Perry. Last year Pepsi already released a funny video showing Katy Perry finding weird things to include in the halftime show. Now Katy Perry shared a very weird video of a dance performance she claims is her Super Bowl inspiration.
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Katy Perry is up for weird stuff, but not that weird. For starters, we will not see any naked dancers during the Super Bowl Halftime show. I also don't expect to see any crutches.
Katey Perry already announced that Lenny Kravitz will join her in the Super Bowl halftime performance. She indicated that there will be more guest stars.
Entertainment Tonight has interviewed Katy Perry about the Super Bowl Halftime show. She revealed a little bit about the Halftime Show. The show will feature different worlds and have huge entries and exits. She again confirmed that there are more than one musical guest. Everyone is guessing who will be invited by Katy Perry. We heard for instance big names like Rihanna. Watch the Katy Perry interview below.
Katy Perry has now officially stated in an interview with AP that she did not pay for the Super Bowl halftime show opportunity. Last August we reported that the NFL tried to ask performers to pay for performing the Super Bowl Halftime show.
The Super Bowl halftime show is the most watched music event on TV with over 115 million viewers in the United States.
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