• Maroon 5 Confirms Travis Scott & Big Boi Are Joining Super Bowl Halftime Show

    7 monthes ago - By TMZ

    It's official... Maroon 5 are headlining Super Bowl LIII, and they'll be joined by the likes of Travis Scott and Atlanta hip-hop legend Big Boi. The band announced the news Sunday with a promo video which lists themselves, Trav and Big Boi...
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  • Maroon 5, Travis Scott, Big Boi to Perform at Super Bowl

    7 monthes ago - By Variety

    It's official: As Variety reported back in September, Maroon 5 will headline the Super Bowl halftime show in Atlanta on Feb. 3, and the group will be joined by rapper Travis Scott and former Outkast member Big Boi. Today's announcement follows months of controversy concerning the performance. Critics ranging from celebrities like Amy Schumer to...
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  • Travis Scott and NFL to Donate $500,000 to Non-Profit Ahead of Super Bowl Performance

    7 monthes ago - By Variety

    Travis Scott today announced that in partnership with the National Football League, he will make a $500,000 donation to the non-profit organization Dream Corps, among “other initiatives that he will work with the League on.” The move is clearly designed to counter criticism over his widely reported but still-unconfirmed appearance at the Super Bowl halftime...
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  • Maroon 5, Backed by Travis Scott & Big Boi, Officially Confirmed as Super Bowl Headliners: Source

    7 monthes ago - By Celebrity Babies

    It's official! After months of speculation, Maroon 5 is confirmed to headline the 2019 Super Bowl , a source exclusively tells PEOPLE.
    Performing alongside Maroon 5 are Travis Scott - who drew his own wave of backlash back in December - and Atlanta native Big Boi of Outkast.
    The band's decision to sign on for the high-profile performance comes amid a storm of controversy as more than 75,000 people have signed a Change.org petition asking them to back out of the event to support Colin Kaepernick , the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who started the TakeAKnee movement to protest...
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