Maroon 5 Super Bowl halftime show 5 important questions from SpongeBob to shirtless Adam Levine
After months of controversy surrounding the Super Bowl halftime show, in which multiple acts reportedly turned down the slot in solidarity with former quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Maroon 5 finally took the stage on Sunday night with Travis Scott and Big Boi. And it was ' extremely tame.
No, Scott did not propose to Kylie Jenner, despite the very prominent rumor. Instead, he got a brief amount of time onstage, as did Big Boi, while Maroon 5 ran through their list of greatest hits: 'Harder to Breathe,' 'She Will Be Loved,' 'This Love,' 'Sugar,' 'Girls Like You' and 'Moves Like Jagger.'
Here are five very important questions we have about the show:
Confused about the brief 'SpongeBob' scene that served as an intro for Scott's 'Sicko Mode'' You are not alone. After the show's creator, Stephen Hillenburg, died last fall, mourning fans started an online campaign for 'Sweet Victory,' a song from a 2001 episode about a game called the Bubble Bowl, to be played during the halftime performance.
'As a tribute to his legacy, his contributions to a generation of children, and to truly showcase the greatness of this song, we call for Sweet Victory to be performed at the Halftime Show,' reads a Change.org petition with more than 1 million signatures. And even though the producers just played a clip, it (kind of) worked!
You asked. So, here it is. #Spongebob #SuperBowl #SBLIII pic.twitter.com/kldjQxZd1A....
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