The Pepsi Halftime is officially over. Well it’s been over for a while and at this current moment the Degnver defense is running the field. It’s now a blowout game, but it could quickly escalate into one if the Panthers do not score in the 3rd quarter and they lose focus. So many teams have lost it simply by letting their emotions get the best of them. Anything could happen. It’s not over till it’s over.
Bruno Mars TORE DOWN the stage at Met Life Stadium last night for the Super Bowl XLVII Halftime show. Check my review here. Well the ratings are in and Bruno has the most-watched halftime show in Super Bowl HISTORY! He topped both Madonna’s (114 million) and Beyoncé’s (110.8 million) halftime ratings with a staggering number of his own, 115.3 million views. The game itself was the most watched event in U.S. television history with 115.5 million views, so prop to Bruno for being just as much the center of attention. On top of that he became the YOUNGEST performer to headline a Super Bowl at 28 years old.
Let me first start by saying that I was semi-excited to know Bruno was performing at the Super Bowl, but I did raise my eyebrows at the fact that he would be bringing out the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Now, nothing against their music I was just curious to how it would all pan out.