While the Seattle Seahawks took home the Vince Lombardi trophy at Sunday’s Super Bowl, Bruno Mars celebrated his own victory. The “Treasure” singer’s Halftime Show attracted the largest audience in Super Bowl history.
The Seahawks weren’t the only winners at Sunday’s Super Bowl. Bruno Mars took the field and scored a touch down with his Halftime Show performance. After rocking MetLife Stadium with his Hooligans and the... Read More
Bruno Mars has sold out arenas around the world, but he played for his biggest audience yet when he headlined the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium on Sunday.... Read More
Before the players took the field at Super Bowl XLVIII, Queen Latifah kicked off the pre-game show at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium on Sunday. Keeping warm in a blue Moncler parka, the New Jersey... Read More
On the eve of Super Bowl XLVIII, Jay Z touched down at DirecTV’s “Super Saturday Night” party. The hip-hop icon, who performed “Suit & Tie” with Justin Timberlake at last year’s event, headlined the... Read More
After celebrating Music’s Biggest Night at the Grammys in L.A., the stars headed across the country for Super Bowl weekend. On Friday, New York City welcomed musicians and athletes at parties across town. Beats... Read More
Bruno Mars will join an illustrious list of past performers including Beyoncé, Madonna, and Michael Jackson when he takes the field during the Pepsi Halftime Show at Super Bowl XLVIII. Ahead of Sunday’s game,... Read More
A day after J. Cole rocked Queens, Janelle Monáe took the stage at Lehman College in the Bronx for night two of VH1’s “Super Bowl Blitz: Six Concerts + Six Nights.” The Electric Lady... Read More
Bruno Mars won’t be the only one rocking the field come Super Bowl Sunday. The Grammy-winning crooner will reportedly be joined by legendary rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers.