in honor of the show’s 40th anniversary season premiere on Saturday, we have compiled a list of every single musical host and then ranked them. Live from New York, it’s completely subjective ratings time!
Brad Pitt can not only act, he can shake a mean tambourine.
Last year, Beyoncé turned the lights off in the Superdome, but this time around Bruno Mars lit things up for the Super Bowl halftime show. We’re talking fireworks overload.
Bruno Mars on Performing with Red Hot Chili Peppers: ‘It’s an Honor to be Sharing the Stage with Them’
“No matter where I perform, it’s my job to uplift the people. Whether I’m performing at a graduation party, a wedding, a Bar Mitzvah, the GRAMMYs, the Super Bowl, I’m going to give it all I’ve got. Whatever happens, happens. I ain’t scared.”
The third leg of the tour begins with two nights in his home town of Honolulu, Hawaii, on April 18 and 19 and runs through August with stops in California, Ohio and New York where he’ll perform two nights at Madison Square Garden.
Who will walk away with GRAMMY gold at the 56th Annual awards? We rank the top 20 nominees.
Drake, Robin Thicke, Bruno Mars, Imagine Dragons and many more to play shows surrounding Super Bowl XLVIII.
How does a someone from Hawaii gear up for the chilly February weather of New Jersey? No, this isn’t the beginning of a terrible joke, it’s a legitimate question for this year’s Super Bowl halftime performer.
This year’s track features appearances by Avicii, Bruno Mars, Capital Cities, Daft Punk, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, Lorde, Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Macklemore, Imagine Dragons, and more.
On this new version of “Gorilla,” Pharrell sings about naughty yoga poses, while R. Kelly goes bananas.