Super Bowl 2011 Halftime Show: How Will The Black Eyed Peas Do?
Super Bowl 2011 Halftime Show is going to feature the Black Eyed Peas, a group that has been seemingly everywhere for the last two years. They enter the pantheon of Super Bowl halftime performers, and they also carry a bit of notoriety with their performance.
Fergie, the Peas' bombastic female presence, will become the first woman musician to perform in the Super Bowl's halftime extravaganza since the infamous Janet Jackson-Justin Timberlake debacle at Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004.
For what it's worth, Fergie has said there won't be any wardrobe malfunctions this time around as a woman once again hops onto the big Super Bowl stage. I'm sure the NFL and the FCC are both relieved to hear that in advance of the big performance.
Fergie will be joined, as always, by Will.i.am, Apl.de.ap and Taboo, and the group will presumably plow through their recently omnipotent hits like "I Gotta Feeling", "Boom Boom Pow", and so on and so forth.
Their immersion in U.S. music culture has been pronounced and they fully blew up starting around 2002, coinciding with their addition of Fergie to the ranks and their extreme explosion in popularity.
So now they find themselves at the Super Bowl, following in the footsteps of storied acts like Prince, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Paul McCartney and The Who, to name just a few that come to mind from recent years' halftime shows.
It should be an interesting one to watch, for sure, and it'll be curious to see how the Black Eyed Peas pull off performing on such a hugely anticipated platform.
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