Monday, October 03, 2011

Madonna to Perform at the Super Bowl

It's that time of year again where the NFL announces who will appear as headline halftime act for the Super Bowl.  That's right NFL fans, Super Bowl XLVI will feature none other than Madonna and all of her hits from the last 30-40 years give take a few. 

Keeping with the NFL's tradition of trying to find the acts that appeal to the most amount of people Madonna is sure to bring in a few prying eyes who would not typically tune into the Super Bowl.  In addition the loyal fan base that Madonna currently holds will be great in hyping the singer, and spreading the word (as if she or the NFL needed it).

Personally, I cannot imagine that the typical NFL fan is a big Madge fan, but I could be wrong.  In addition, the NFL really doesn't care what us hardcore football fans think because they know we will be watching the Super Bowl no matter what.

The NFL has made a concerted effort to find family friendly acts that everyone can enjoy for the Super Bowl halftime shows, in the wake of "Nipplegate."  For those of us old enough to remember, it's kind of crazy to think that Madonna is considered a safe and friendly family act.  Oh how the times have changed.

The Lucas Oil Stadium will be rocking in Indianapolis this year.