Variety points out that Adam Levine and the crew garner mainstream appeal, especially with standout collaborations with other artists like Cardi B on “Girls Like You,” SZA with “What Lovers Do,” Future on “Cold” and “Don’t Wanna Know” with Kendrick Lamar, which could potentially open the door for similar appearances during the halftime show.
Maroon 5 follows 2018 halftime performer Justin Timberlake, while other recent artists to headline the halftime show include Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Coldplay, and Bruno Mars.
Super Bowl LIII will air on CBS, February 3, 2019. For the full story, head over to Variety.
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